The Pakistani Aquaculture Trade Team visits the Desert Springs Tilapia Farm in Arizona.The American Soybean Association’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health program (ASA/WISHH) is currently co-hosting a Pakistani Aquaculture trade team under the USDA-funded FEEDing Pakistan program. The team—made up of six individuals including fish farmers, an animal nutritionist and an animal feed engineer—is attending a two-week Fresh Water Aquaculture Training Course in the U.S. under the leadership of R.S.N. Janjua, ASA/WISHH’s Country Representative in Pakistan. The course was organized by Kansas State University (KSU).Last week the team attended the World Aquaculture Society’s Aquaculture America Conference and Exhibition in Seattle followed by training at the University of Arizona. The training in Arizona, led by Dr. Kevin Fitzsimmons, included a visit to the Desert Tilapia Farm in Hyder, AZ. The team is concluding training this week in Manhattan, Kansas with KSU’s International Grains Program (IGP). Dr. Dirk Maier, Director of IGP and faculty are hosting trainings focused on soy-based floating feed production, storage and use.