Carpbusters Begins Phase 3 Trials of Eco Carp Product Made with Invasive Species
Invasive carp are a huge problem in our waterways. After years of research carpbusters has found a way to use those carp to provide complete nutrition in animal food. By doing so Carpbusters will increase the demand for the invasive fish and help our native fish to thrive.
"After almost a decade of research Carpbusters inc. is confident we have solved the thiaminase issue in carp that limited its use in pet foods," says Ellen Dierenfeld, PhD and lead nutritionist on the project. If Carpbusters final trials are successful they will be partnering with pet food manufacturers across the globe to find a good use for this bad fish. Imagine a time when large events hosted by Carpbusters entice hundreds of teams of sportsmen to small towns along the Mississippi River to harvest carp. Carpbusters then take those carp and make nutritious, tasty and affordable food for zoos, sanctuaries, and your fur babies, as well as many other applications. That day is one step closer to reality. It is a win-win for both the environment and our critters.
As they enter this final trial they do not need nor are able to accept carp donations.
For more information contact Ellen directly at Edierenfeld@aol.com or her phone number 314 717-3885 .