USSEC optimized utilization of US soy products as a food source for fish pond production. They introduced an innovative in-pond race system technology to the world.
This increased soybean exports from the US encourages sustainability of product. High protein feed with a third soy impute offers lower feed consumption, water sustainability, low waste removal.
Auburn University and Soy in Aquaculture Program of USSEC developed a technology that grow more fish with little environmental impact. US soybean growers in conjunction with Chinese’s aquaculture producers promote the highly efficient in-pond raceway system.
China is the largest producer of farmed fish was a natural choice. The pilot scheme introduced in Pingwang Jiangsu Province utilized soy-based fish food riverine flow in a pond system. The system guarantees healthy fish, treble yield effective waste removal, low labor costs. Waste water from the system is channeled into bio fuel or fertilizer for farm produce.
The USSEC’s Aquaculture Program
USSEC’s Aquaculture Program uses soymeal as primary ingredient if fish feed. To promote the system they promote on-site technology services, demonstrations and seminars. This reducing environmental impact, huge yields, recyclable waste water and food safety.
Advantages of in-pond race way system.
The system encourages increase demand in high quality soy-based feed. Other advantages is treble fish production, rapid growth, healthy environment. More include higher profitability, recyclable water low feed consumption increased demand for high quality fish. The system easily supports stocking of different species of fish in same system.
- increase demand in high quality soy-based feed
- treble fish production
- rapid growth
- healthy environment
- higher profitability
- recyclable water
- low feed consumption
- increased demand for high quality fish
- stocking of different species of fish
In-pond Race Way System