BIG to supply Australia's largest king fish farm

The Big news today is that as of early January 2013, Big Nutrition will supply Clean Seas Tuna with its yellow tail king fish feed.
The company which is the largest and most succesfull king fish farm in Australia, up until recently had been struggling to identify the cause
of a mystery illness which had devastated much ofkingfish2-1 their king fish stock. As reported in various publications including The Australian, Adelaide Now and Channel 9’s morning program segment “a minute on your money”, the company believes that a deficiency in the essential amino acid Taurine in the feed is responsible for the poor growth and survival of its fish stocks.

According to Clean Seas Tuna, since adding taurine to the diet, the company has seen significant growth and health improvement across the farm and has now engaged Big Nutrition to supply Clean Seas Tuna with its grow out diets. Our formulation, which was developed in conjunction with a number of successful Japanese King fish farms is manufactured using the highest Land Animal Protein Free ingredients with the addition of synthetic taurine as standard.

This morning, Clean Seas Tuna’s latest ASX announcement confirms the securing of an alternate feed supplier from its former two Australian feed suppliers pending ongoing negotiations for the alledged damages suffered due to the feed deficiency.

We look forward to supplying Clean Seas Tuna with the highest quality King Fish diet available in the Southern Hemisphere.

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