One of the animal production methods that is expanding the quickest is aquaculture. This expansion is accompanied by a number of problems with regard to profitability, animal welfare, and environmental sustainability.
A major challenge to aquaculture success is disease. Pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites can harm humans and kill them while dramatically slowing down output. It might not be desired or practical to address these conditions using vaccines, antibiotics, or other chemicals.
Specialty additives used in aquaculture feed are crucial for assisting fish in warding off infections. They support a healthy, well-balanced microbiota in the digestive system, preserving the health of the fish so that you may maximize production yield and raise profitability.