Aquaculture

Aquaculture

Global demand for seafood is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2030, an additional 41 million tons of fish per year will be needed to maintain current levels of seafood consumption. Aquaculture is the solution and soy-based feed is the most sustainable and healthful alternative to traditional fish-based aquafeeds.

 

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Aquaculture

U.S. Soy Leads the Way in Sustainable Global Aquaculture

Colby PinkstoneDec 4, 2019

What do U.S. soybean farmers and global aquaculture have in common? Quite a bit, actually, especially in helping to make fish farming more sustainable and…

Aquaculture

U.S. soybean farmers on mission to develop new markets

Missouri RuralistNov 26, 2019

South Dakota soybean grower Dawn Scheier among those who visited Cambodia With the ongoing trade war impacting sales to the largest buyer of U.S. soybeans,…

Aquaculture

USSEC: Aquaculture ‘showing some life’ in sub-Saharan Africa

Global Aquaculture AllianceOct 13, 2019

By 2030, 62 percent of all seafood produced for human consumption will come from aquaculture. Today, about 50 percent of seafood comes from the aquaculture…

Aquaculture

Exploring Aquaculture’s Relationship with Vietnam Waters

USSEC Staff WriterAug 21, 2019

The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) recently collaborated on a GAA film exploring aquaculture’s relationship with the Mekong River…

Aquaculture

New Chinese Feed Mill Breaks Ground

Rob HatchettJul 26, 2019

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held in late May at a new feed mill in China’s Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei economic zone that is expected to begin producing aquaculture feed…