Animal Care

“Using gut flora modulators to prevent bacterial disease outbreaks”


Olmix presented its algae-based solutions to answer some of the main challenges of the aquaculture industry at Aquaculture America (Las Vegas, USA).

Animal Care

MMi.S, MT.X+ and Ecopiglet certified for organic farming!


These certified products complete the list of the already certified ones: Mistral, Z'fix, stimul'Z and Z'lick ranges.

Plant Care

Olmix’s algae-based solutions for Plant Care show outstanding results for potato farming in Navarre, Spain


Mr Paul Ollobarren, from the Agronomic Department of Congelados de Navarra was interviewed last week by the Spanish tv programme ‘Agrosfera’ on the occasion of the FIMA animal trade fair in Zaragoza, Spain, where he showed the incredible results of one of the recent trials on potato cultivation in the region of Navarre (north of Spain).

Animal Care

Seaweeds: valuable sources of bioactive compounds for fish health


Olmix Group presented its algae-based natural solutions for aquaculture in Aquafarm, the international conference and exhibition on new technologies and practises for sustainable production in aquaculture that took place last week in Pordenone, Italy.

Plant Care

“We should boost crop defences in the best possible natural way”


Last Monday, 12th February, Olmix Plant Care and Servicentre hosted together a technical day in Vilatenim (Catalonia, Spain) on viticulture and fruit growing.

Animal Care

Raising broilers without antibiotics Thanks to Algae!


Olmix Group took part at the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where Dr Pi Nyvall, Olmix Group’s R&D Manager, delivered a scientific lecture on antibiotic-free production in poultry.

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Olmix Group was awarded at the GFIA Innovation Awards in Abu Dhabi


Olmix Group was awarded for the ‘Best Innovation in Animal Production’ category.

Plant Care

Racine SAP, Olmix Group and the Breizh Algae School


The commercial team of Racine SAP visited Olmix Group’s headquarters and the Breizh Algae School in Saint-Étienne-du-Gué-de-l'Isle (France), as part of a three-day technical programme.