Quality Fish Feed
Technical Information and Forms
High Quality, Long-term Solutions
Bio-Oregon fish feeds are manufactured in mills that have achieved the following certifications.
Bio-Oregon's fish feed factory operates a fully equipped test laboratory. Our skilled and experienced analysts have the on-site resources necessary to ensure all fish feed is tested for the most critical parameters against strict specifications prior to its release.
Raw Material QC
A key factor in the control of our fish feed manufacturing process is sampling and testing raw material deliveries prior to release to intake. Only those loads conforming to specification are accepted.
At the point of packing, only those tons of fish feed that pass our rigorous testing program are released to dispatch. Protein, oil, moisture and ash levels are determined and checked for conformity against the fish feed’s declaration (as shown on the bag label). Physical quality is assessed, from checking the fish feed pellet dimensions, density and dust level.
Special Focus on Physical Quality
Before delivery, all Bio-Oregon fish feeds must pass through the “quality window” where elasticity and water content are the four cornerstones. A pellet that passes these tests is deemed suitable for a well-functioning hatchery.
Aquaculture Industry Leaders
We are committed to quality and sustainability
Bio-Oregon commits itself to producing top quality fish feeds backed up by extensive research and highly developed logistics. Bio-Oregon's experienced technical support and sales team are readily available to help all aspects of your operations and ensure that you get the best out of our fish feed products.
Bio-Oregon has a wealth of experience in North American fish feed production. We constantly strive for improvements in fish feed performance, logistics and service to ensure that we meet or exceed customer expectations.
The Bio-Oregon fish feed line includes products that embrace the latest in raw material replacement technology, reducing our reliance on fishmeal and fish oil and improving price sustainability. From traditional fish feeds to specialty low phosphorus and broodstock feeds, our customers will benefit from a wide variety of fish feeding options.
We explore the frontiers of fish feed nutrition
Established in 1989, our central Research & Development (R&D) department employs an international team of highly skilled R&D specialists. Our specialists undertake major research projects on a variety of fish species using a top grade analytical laboratory, a research station and a fish feed pilot plant. We also work closely with numerous universities and research institutes in international partnerships thereby drawing together the best available expertise from around the world.
The nutrition department at Bio-Oregon’s fish feed research facility identifies the dietary needs of different fish species and establishes how different raw materials can be used to meet those nutritional requirements. Over the past ten years, scientific work has generated results that can be used to support reductions in the fishmeal and fish oil content of our products by partial substitution with vegetable proteins and a blend of vegetable oils. These findings contribute to the development of sustainable, modern aquaculture.
We strive for a superior customer experience
Bio-Oregon understands the need for timely deliveries. Our customers can rely on us to maintain their productivity through our advanced and effective logistics systems managed by highly motivated staff.
Bio-Oregon's strong logistics network is an ideal blend of high technology, electronic information processing, effective distribution management and the human touch. Customer orders are accommodated efficiently in production schedules so that your fish feed is available, packaged and dispatched for delivery when it is needed.
Bio-Oregon utilizes a variety of cost-effective methods of transport, from road transport supplying small fish farms and fish hatcheries, to boats and barges delivery feed directly to remote sites.
Recent Announcements and Events
- August 2018
Join us for the 148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society!
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter invites you to attend the 148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society - Communicating the Science of Fisheries Conservation to Diverse Audiences. The meeting will take place in Atlantic City, New Jersey from August 19-23, 2018. We hope to see you there!
- December 2017
Attending the 68th Annual North West Fish Cuture Conference?
The 68th Annual North West Fish Culture Concepts Workshop will be taking place from December 5th to 7th, 2017 in Redding, California. This year's theme is Conservation, Mitigation, and Recreation. Make sure you come visit our booth in the exhibition hall!
- October 2017
An extended shelf-life for select diets.
We recently updated the recommendations around feed storage and shelf-life for select products. When properly stored, the nutritional content of our standard diets (including starter feeds) are guaranteed for 12-months from the date of manufacture. Any feeds ordered with higher pigment levels are guaranteed for 6-months. As always, fish feed should be stored in a cool, dry place. Refer to our product catalog for more information.
- August 2017
Introducing our newest team member, Ryan Vasak!
Join us in welcoming Ryan Vasak to the Bio-Oregon team.