Livestock Feeds launches new fish feed in Nigeria

11-12-2014 | |
Livestock Feeds launches new fish feed in Nigeria
Livestock Feeds launches new fish feed in Nigeria

Livestock Feeds Plc (LSF), a subsidiary of UAC of Nigeria PLC (UACN) has recently launched its Aquamax extruded catfish feed in Lagos, Nigeria. Available in granules or pellets, the feed enables fish to feed more efficiently.

According to the company “with Aquamax, the maximisation of aqua resources is guaranteed.” Speaking at the launching ceremony in Lagos, the Group Managing Director (GMD)of UACN, Mr Larry Ettah says “Our investment in fish feed is borne out of the strong and long-term fundamentals of the animal nutrition and fish feed markets. We are committed to a strategy of increasing profitability through innovative and sustainable nutritional solutions, while leveraging our position and capabilities to meet global standards in the industry. We are also confident that we have the right strategy and the right people to drive our vision.”

GMD, who was represented at the occasion by Executive Director, Corporate Services of UACN, Mr. Joe Dada, stressed that with Aquamax, fish farming would be revitalised in the country. “As people, our drive towards sustainable food security lies in transforming agriculture into a profitable and competitive endeavour that can attract our best hands. As a Company, we have, through Aquamax, demonstrated that fish farming and fish feeds have a new profitable and dependable partner. This is a partnership that we are committed to giving our best with Aquamax,”he said.

Also speaking at the occasion, the Managing Director of LSF, Mrs Modupe Asanmo highlighted some of the exceptional qualities of Aquamax, saying, “we have produced an extruded fish feed that is fresh, affordable, with exciting aroma, attractive packaging and longer floating period to meet the nutritional requirements of Catfish. To the catfish farmers. I boldly affirm that Aquamax is the dependable route to profitable return on investment.”

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