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Aquafeed Formulation Short Course

Soy Aquaculture Alliance’s annual Aquafeed Formulation Short Course offers members in-depth training on feeding systems and related topics of practical application. It is designed to introduce U.S.-based feed, aquaculture, and agriculture industry professionals to the dynamic field of aquaculture nutrition and feed formulation. Each Short Course features engaging speakers, hands-on learning with BESTMIX 4, access to feed formulation databases, and networking opportunities with fellow participants and industry leaders.

Applications are now open for the second short course, held July 10-12 at Auburn University. While the cost of the course itself is free, participation is limited to 25 participants to be selected by the organizers — follow the link below to apply by April 15th! (Please note that if selected, travel and lodging expenses are your responsibility.)


Aquaculture Research Spotlight

The Soy Aquaculture Alliance hosted an hour-long webinar covering current research trends, and updates from active projects. Speakers discussed where research is expanding or challenging soy use in aquafeed.


Opportunities and Challenges for Aquaculture in 2023

The Soy Aquaculture Alliance hosted an hour-long webinar covering the state of the soy and aquaculture industries for the year of 2023. Speakers discussed what stakeholders should expect throughout the year, and answered questions in a Q&A Panel discussion.


Feeding Fish Soy

The Soy Aquaculture Alliance hosted an hour-long webinar on October 25 discussing how soy is used in aquaculture formulations and the impact of its use for soybean farmers. This webinar explored how soy is a solid fishmeal replacement, how feed nutritionists determine how much soy can be included, and when soy is or isn't the right answer for fish feed.


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