UPDATE: Drone footage from plant!

Construction is on-track for new Prairie AquaTech manufacturing plant!

The latest drone footage from the Prairie AquaTech manufacturing plant in Volga, SD is now available.   Plant Manager and VP of Operations Dennis Harstad stated, “We’re pleased with progress.  First quarter of next year will be busy as we begin the process of testing our manufacturing operations.  However, we’ll be ready to go second quarter!”


VIDEO: Rushing Waters Hatchery

Rushing Waters Hatchery featured in video produced by Prairie AquaTech

As part of their extensive two-year feed trial with Rushing Waters Hatchery, Prairie AquaTech has been working on solving crucial challenges in aquaculture operations.  Two of those challenges, phosphorus discharge and plant-based protein imprinting will be the subject of two future videos.

In the meantime, operating partner Peter Fritsch explains his renown farm and hatchery!

NEWS: PAT at GOAL Ecuador

Report from GOAL 2018

Prairie AquaTech attended the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) annual GOAL conference in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Though the conference focused on global shrimp production (Ecuador is world leader in this $40 billion dollar industry), important aquaculture trends, forecasts and species-specific reports were shared to the audience.

Key takeaways for Prairie AquaTech were particular opportunities involving shrimp nutrition and areas of aquaculture advocacy for 2019.


NEWS: PAT to attend Conservation Fund event

Prairie AquaTech will represent at Conservation Fund workshop

The Conservation Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to solve conservation issues that make environmental and economic sense, is hosting the 2018 Aquaculture Innovation Workshop in Miami, Florida this December 4-6.

The annual Aquaculture Innovation Workshop (AIW) is dedicated to the presentation of the latest developments in sustainable aquaculture. AIW participants come to discuss sustainable aquaculture seafood production and work to elevate an industry they feel passionately helps improve public health, protects the ocean and natural resources, and is economically viable. Leading representatives from all parts of the aquaculture seafood value chain attend the AIW, including investors, feed suppliers, producers, processors, retailers, chefs, and consumers.

For more information, click here.




ME-PRO brochure has been updated

Two new updates were added to the ME-PRO brochure: the inclusion of Phytate test data as well as Phosphorus discharge data (from Rushing Waters Hatchery).

These two pieces of news will also be featured in an upcoming white paper from Dr. Steven Craig.

Click here to download the updated ME-PRO brochure.