How a 60% protein derived from corn renewable fuels industry can improve aquaculture sustainability?
Peter E. V. Williams, senior nutritionist at Green Plains, will present a sustainable protein that has been successfully evaluated in many aquaculture species at Towards Sustainable Aquafeed conference on September 7 in Bangkok.
Corn Fermented Protein (CFP) is a highly digestible, 60% crude protein, functional feed ingredient optimized for aquaculture currently being commercially produced in multiple dry grind ethanol plants. Additional co-products, including feed-grade corn oil, clean sugar feedstock for expanding biochemical markets and renewable ethanol possessing a 46% lower GHG profile than petroleum-based gasoline, transform corn into a multipurpose, sustainable crop.
At the Towards Sustainable Aquafeed conference on September 7 at VICTAM Asia and Health & Nutrition Asia in Bangkok, Peter E. V. Williams, senior nutritionist at Green Plains, will present a sustainable high quality, fermented protein containing spent yeast components (24% of DM) that has been extensively and successfully evaluated in many aquaculture species.
Ten presentations will focus on recent developments for aquafeed producers and practical steps for more sustainable and profitable aquafeed and aquaculture production.
Check out the full program below or here. Pre-registration is required for this conference. First register for VICTAM Asia and Health & Nutrition Asia and then select the conference.