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Reinforcing shrimp natural defences thanks to specific algae extracts


Olmix Group shared the latest results of its algae-based programme for aquaculture at CIAC 2019 in Mexico.

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Antibiotic-free production strategies Thanks to Algae


The University of Tours organized a scientific seminar last November, where Olmix Group joined the conversation to discuss how to use specific algal extracts to reduce the use of antibiotic in animal farming.

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Digestive efficiency in poultry


Ms Frédérick Bussy, from Olmix Group, delivered a lecture at the latest edition of AVECAO (Mexico), where she talked about how to improve productivity and health in poultry thanks to specific algae extracts.

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Olmix Group released Algimun® at the Breizh Algae Tour 2018


After a promising presentation at SPACE 2018 last September, Olmix Group has now officially launched its new born of its Immunity range at the Breizh Algae Tour in Berlin, Germany.

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Olmix American Seminar 2018: Blue biotechnology for the future of animal farming


Held in Riviera Nayarit from 28-30 November, the second edition of the Olmix American Seminar highlighted how innovation, circular economy and technology coming from the sea will help develop new, respectful and sustainable animal production strategies.

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Specific algae extracts for an effective dairy production


Olmix Group and its partner Agrosfera hosted a scientific seminar in Voronezh, Russia, to address the main challenges of the dairy industry and how to face them through the biological activities of Olmix’s MSP®.

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Allen Nutrition wins the Gold Innovation Award for Mistral at the National Dairy Show in Ireland


The awards took place at the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, on Saturday 20th.

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Olmix Technical Forum on Animal Health and Nutrition


The latest edition of the Olmix Forum was held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where several issues concerning animal health and nutrition were addressed.