AGROS and its partners actively develop the aquaculture section of the trade fair

Now, more than ever, feed and livestock enterprises of all areas of activity and fish farms are thinking about the possibilities of reducing costs in the production of feed, including the use of new, non-traditional sources of feed protein. Continuing the theme of cost optimization, as well as having their own idea of ​​​​transitioning animal husbandry to the production of protein products (in aquaculture and mariculture) and algae through global water resources to reduce the environmental burden on the planet, the specialists of the Eurasian Aquaculture Alliance are ready to share their experience and knowledge with visitors of AGROS 2023.

At the recent meeting of the event organizers with Head of the Eurasian Aquaculture Alliance, during the negotiations, it was decided to develop the aquaculture section through a number of activities. Thus, the Alliance will act as a partner of the exhibition in organizing a collective stand "Digital Aquaculture Ecosystem". In addition, the Alliance will be directly involved in organizing the events of the business program.

Speakers from business, science and practice will report during a specialized industry conference on January 26, 2023 "Production of aquatic organisms in the fight against the global threat of a food crisis".  On January 27, within the framework of the Federal Forum of Farmers, a workshop "School of the Aqua Farmer" will be held with the issue of certificates of completion of a short course of one of the industry's universities. The target audience of the events are investors who would like to get involved in the development of a new direction of management, and farmers who want to diversify and learn new things.

Thus, AGROS 2023 will allow not only to get acquainted with the latest technologies and achievements in the field of fisheries, but also to receive knowledge and gain practical skills on important topics (cultivation, breeding, feeding, diseases), and will attract a greater number of interested fishery specialists.