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Join F3’s webinar on emerging trends with alternative feeds for salmonids

Friday, June 4, 2021

The F3 – Future of Fish Feed will convene a panel of leading feed companies and farmers from around the world to discuss emerging trends in fish-free feeds for salmonids, present their successes and challenges, and discuss what’s on the horizon to totally eliminate wild-caught feed ingredients in salmonid diets. The webinar will take place on June 17, 2021 at 5 am GMT. A Q&A session with representatives from Cargill, BioMar Norway, Riverence and Star Milling Co. will follow the panelist presentations.

Farm-raised salmonids, including salmon, trout, and chars, consume roughly 23% of the global fishmeal and 60% of the global fish oil produced, representing a major opportunity to reduce our global reliance on fishmeal and fish oil with more sustainable substitutes. Years of research has led to major breakthroughs for feed companies and salmonid farmers to greatly reduce and, in some cases, totally eliminate fishmeal and fish oil in salmonid feeds. Today, numerous alternative ingredients exist, each with their own unique nutritional profile and capabilities for inclusion in aquafeeds. 

This event is part of a yearlong webinar series hosted by the F3 Team. The webinars are free and open to everyone. For more information and to register, visit f3meeting.com/webinars.

Panelists:

  • Bill Cramer, President, Star Milling Co.
  • Vegard Denstadli, Technical Director from the Salmon Division, BioMar Norway
  • Jesse Trushenski, Chief Scientific Officer, Riverence
  • Lindsay Pollock, Sustainability Manager for Cargill Aqua Nutrition, North Sea, Cargill

Moderator: Kevin Fitzsimmons, Chair and Judge of the F3 Challenge, Professor and Director of International Initiatives at The University of Arizona.

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