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BIOMIN offers sustainable animal nutrition products such as quality feed additives and premixes, which include solutions for mycotoxin risk management, a groundbreaking natural growth promoting concept as well as other specific solutions which address dietary requirements for fish and shrimp.


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Improve Pond Performance Through Biomin's Aquastar Product Line
US - The aquaculture industry has to overcome many challenges, such as managing disease outbreaks and maintaining environmental sustainability, to maintain and improve its profitability. ...
BIOMIN Celebrates Opening of Second Premix Facility in Viet Nam
VIET NAM - BIOMIN officiated the grand opening of its second premix plant in Viet Nam, a state-of-the-art facility located in Binh Duong province. The impressive 4.7-hectare fully-automated plant is capable...
EU Authorisation for Mycofix Secure and Biomin BBSH 797
AUSTRIA - Biomin announces the authorisation of two Biomin products as 'substances for reduction of the contamination of feed by mycotoxins'....
BIOMIN Establish New Business Unit in the UK
UK - BIOMIN is setting up a UK business unit, to be headed up by Neil Spreckley as Chief Operating Officer. The new UK operations will focus on local feed and livestock needs with customer-specific technical...
Biomin Receives Positive Votes for Mycofix in EU
EU - Two products from the well-established Mycofix product line of BIOMIN, Mycofix Secure (bentonite/dioctahedral montmorillonite) and Biomin BBSH 797 (Gen. nov. sp. nov., formerly Eubacterium), are slated...

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