F3 Publications

Research on F3 ingredients is growing. Here are a few recent highlights.

2022In Pursuit of Fish-Free Feed: A Multi-Species EvaluationCampbell et al.Fishes
2022Performance of Pacific white leg shrimp fed an open-source marine resource-free diet under commercial conditionsTran et al.International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2022Assessment of open-source fish-free feeds (F3) for pompano, Trachinotus carolinus (Perciformes, Carangidae), under hyposaline conditionsAlfrey et al.Aquaculture Research
2022Inflationary global economy presents an opening for alternative aquafeedsMark GodfreySeafoodSource
2022Optimizing efficiency and lowering aqua feed costs using the ideal protein conceptMcLean et al.Aquafeed Magazine
2022Optimizing efficiency and lowering aqua feed costs using the ideal protein conceptMcLean et al.Aquaculture Asia Pacific Magazine
2022Muscle amino acid profiles of eleven species of aquacultured animals and their potential value in feed formulationMcLean et al.Aquaculture and Fisheries
2022Responses of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides, Lacépède, 1802) to fishmeal-, and fish oil-free dietsMcLean et al.Aquaculture Research
2022Evaluation of growth performance, condition indices and body composition of juvenile red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) fed fishmeal- and fish-oil-free dietsSuehs et al.Aquaculture
2021The race to stop fish becoming the next factory farming nightmareMatt ReynoldsWIRED
20212020 - Watershed year for alternatives to fishmeal and fish oilKevin FitzsimmonsAquaculture Asia Pacific Magazine
2020Performance of fishmeal-free rabbitfish (Siganus lineatus) feed in PalauCamperio Ciani et al.Micronesica
2020Complete replacement of fish oil and fish meal in the diet of juvenile California yellowtail Seriola dorsalisStuart et al.Aquaculture Research
2020Testing diets without fishmeal and fish oil for kampachiMeigs et al.GAA
2020Is removing marine ingredients from largemouth bass diets possible?McLean et al.GAA
2020Performance of largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides (Lacépède, 1802), fed fishmeal- and fish oil-free diets McLean et al.International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2020Growth, integrity, and consumer acceptance of largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides (Lacépède, 1802), fed marine resource-free dietsMcLean et al.International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2020Op-ed: IFFO is wrong on alternative feedsKevin FitzsimmonsSeafoodSource.com
2020Point: There are no essential ingredients in aquaculture feedsKevin FitzsimmonsGlobal Aquaculture Advocate
2020Opinion: The aquaculture feed industry needs to stop 'business-as-usual' thinkingKevin FitzsimmonsIntrafish
2020Study replaces dietary fish oil with microalgal oilMcLean et al.Global Aquaculture Advocate
2020Complete replacement of fishmeal by soybean and poultry meals in Pacific whiteleg shrimp feeds: Growth and tolerance to EMS/AHPND and WSSV challengeMcLean et al.Aquaculture
2019Illustrating the hidden economic, social and ecological values of global forage fish resourcesKonar et al.Resources, Conservation and Recycling
2019From bench to belly: Driving supply-side solutions for the future of fish feedMichael TlustyGlobal Aquaculture Advocate
2018Avoiding the ecological limits of forage fish for fed aquacultureFroehlich et al.Nature Sustainability
2018Feed Innovation Network: A streamlined aquafeed ingredient evaluation toolTlusty et al.Global Aquaculture Advocate
2017A transdisciplinary approach to the initial valudation of a single cell protein as an alternative protein source for use in aquafeedsTlusty et al.PeerJ
2016Why I chose to judge the F3 challengeMichael TlustyGlobal Aquaculture Advocate
2014Aquaculture's Prominent Role in Feeding a Growing Global PopulationMichael Tlusty and Neil SimsSeafoodSource.com