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Nutrient Profiles of Rotifers and Rotifer Diets in Marine Fish Hatcheries
Cultured marine fish larvae are most often fed rotifers (Brachionus sp.) the first few weeks after first-feeding. However the nutritional value of rotifers...
Exopolymers in Hatcheries: An Overlooked Factor in Hatchery Hygiene and Feed Quality
Extracellular Polymeric Substances (EPS),1 or exopolymers, play vital roles in the productivity of commercial hatcheries, yet have received little attention...
Genetic and Non-Genetic Effects for Harvest Weight in the GIFT Nile Tilapia
The main objective of this study by Hooi Ling Khaw et al, Wageningen University, Netherlands, is to quantify the genetic and non-genetic indirect effects...
Bacillus Probiotics Improve Hatchery, Nursery Production In EMS-Hit Mexico
In early 2014, a trial to evaluate the effects of a mixture of Bacillus strains on early mortality syndrome bacteria during the larviculture and nursery...
A Guide to Recirculation Aquaculture
This article offers an introduction to the new environmentally friendly and highly productive closed fish farming systems, by Jacob Bregnballe, FAO....
How to Calculate Feed Conversion Ratios (FCR) for Your Fish Farm
IRTA researcher Enric Gisbert explains what the Feed Conversion Ratio is, how to calculate it and its importance for fish production....
Farm of the Future: Rearing Bluefin the New Way - Part Two
This article is the second in a two-part series about Japan's Kinki University Fisheries Laboratory. The first article looked at the history of the facility...
Farm of the Future: Rearing Bluefin the New Way
The Fisheries Laboratory of Kinki University in Japan has found a possible way to address the problem of declining tuna stocks by cultivating completely...

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