TARS 2019. Aquafeeds: Fit for Future. August 14-15 2019, Bali, Indonesia. Stay tuned for Program and Speaker updates.

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Aquafeeds: Fit for Future

 August 14-15, 2019      Bali, Indonesia
TARS 2019. Aquafeeds: Fit for Future. August 14-15 2019, Bali, Indonesia. Stay tuned for Program and Speaker updates.

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Program

The ninth in the series, TARS 2019 will feature a vibrant speaker program that will address a wide range of topics, from the state of Asia’s aquafeed industry and state of aquaculture nutrition in freshwater fish, marine fish and marine shrimp, to nutritional requirements (including new protein meals to replace fishmeal); functional feeds to boost immunity; disease control and health management; application of best management practices and feed technologies to improve overall performance and efficiency to ensure Asia’s aquaculture industry remains sustainable and viable.

Preliminary Program*

Session 1: State of Industry & Challenges
State of Asia’s aquafeed industry: Are we fit for future?
Aquafeeds in Indonesia: Different strokes for different species
Haris Muhtadi, Aquafeed Division, Indonesian Feedmills Association
Challenges in Thailand: A view from the next generation
Jarin Sawanboonchun, Aquaculture Nutrition and Feed Specialist, Thailand
Growing pains and technology changes in India
Ravikumar Bangarusamy, Growel Feeds Pvt Ltd, India
Session 2: Nutrient-Requirements Based Diets
Early stage nutrition as foundation for growth
Creating value for fish feeds
Orapint Jintasataporn, Kasetsart University, Thailand
Shrimp feeds: Fit for new genetics and new culture systems?
Brett Glencross, Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, Scotland
Session 3: New Protein Meals/Oils For Fishmeal/Oil Replacement
Fishmeal replacement strategies: Just a question of protein?
Martin Guerin, Adisseo Asia Pacific PL, Singapore
Protein meal replacements: What’s available and how
Alternatives to omega-3 PUFAs in aquafeeds: Addressing rising demand and critical animal health needs
Fuci Guo, Corbion Biotec, Inc, Malaysia
Session 4: Disease & Health Management
Different strategies towards quality feeding
Oliver Decamp, Inve Aquaculture, Thailand
Performance feeds for marine fish: From day 1 to market
Overcoming constraints and maximizing benefits with feed additives
Benedict Standen, Product Manager, BIOMIN Holding GmbH, Austria
Session 5: Technology & Sustainability: Fit for future
Quality research: A pre-requisite fit for future feed
M A Kabir Chowdhury, Jefo Nutrition Inc, Canada
Growing the aquafeed business
Feed for thought: Shrimp feeds
Rizky Darmawan, PT Delta Marine Indonesia

Hard Talk with C-Suite Executives

Hard-hitting questions with C-suite executives of aquafeed companies on their experience with business and technical challenges, and strategies for success.
Henrik Aarestrup, Vice President, Emerging Markets Division, BioMar Group

Breakout Roundtable Sessions with Panel Discussions

Led by team leaders, participants in each of the three assigned breakout groups will discuss issues, solutions and actions required to develop an ecologically sustainable aquafeeds sector in Asia that is both is fit and future ready.
Group 1: Shrimp Feeds
Group 2: Freshwater Fish Feeds
Group 3: Marine Fish Feeds

*Preliminary program, subject to change.

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