Aquaculture Case Study




A university used the Certified Quality Reader (CQR) to monitor fish health at a rainbow trout farm. They tracked proximate composition, including fat, water, and fish health, over a 12-month time frame. Instead of killing fish to send to the lab, the CQR produced significant savings and increased sustainability.


Value Capture


The proximate composition cost WITHOUT the CQR

150 fish * $110.00 (laboratory cost) = $16,500


The proximate composition cost with the CQR is $840


TOTAL ANNUAL SAVINGS of $15,660











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