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06 August 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Marine Lighting Technologies Offers Energy Efficient LED Lighting
AUSTRALIA - Based in Tasmania, Australia, Marine Lighting Technologies specialises in the manufacture of high-powered LED submersible lighting products specifically...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Talk to the Fish Lawyer - Aquarius Lawyers
AUSTRALIA - Don’t flap around in the water! If you have a legal issue or question choose the law firm with “the Fish Lawyer". ...
02 August 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Evaluation of Nutrient Inputs from Salmon Farming in D’Entrecasteaux Channel
AUSTRALIA - A scientific assessment of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and Huon estuary ecology has highlighted the effectiveness of the nutrient emission regulatory...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Oyster Farmers Plan to Increase Investment
AUSTRALIA - More than 60 per cent of oyster growers surveyed by New South Wales Farmers’ Association intend to increase investment in their business in the next...
31 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia New Sustainable Prawn Feed Additive Uses No Fish Products
AUSTRALIA - Australian researchers have developed a food additive for farmed prawns that is more sustainable, meaning prawn lovers will have access to more sustainable...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia QBFP and Fishermen Meet to Safeguard Fishing Industry
AUSTRALIA - The Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol (QBFP) and commercial fishers are meeting throughout the state to join forces to tackle the key compliance...
30 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia MSC and Sealord Promote Certified Sustainable Seafood
AUSTRALIA - The MSC, in partnership with Sealord, will reward Australia’s school children for sharing their thoughts about sustainable fishing as part of the SAVE...
26 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Hope for Commercial Green Oil Production from Algae
AUSTRALIA - Newly trialed native algae species provide real hope for the development of commercially viable fuels from algae, a University of Queensland scientist...
22 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia New Feed Strategies to Save Abalone Farmers Millions
AUSTRALIA - Australian abalone farmers look set to save up to A$2.5 million every year by switching to a new feed strategy developed by SARDI scientists....
18 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Strong Kingfish Growth for Cleans Seas Tuna
AUSTRALIA - Clean Seas is experiencing strong growth with its new season Kingfish. Development rates are the best the company has produced in recent years....
17 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia New Resource for Finding and Using Premium Produce
AUSTRALIA - Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Gail Gago has launched a comprehensive new industry guide to South Australia’s produce....
15 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Australian Vegetables Could Feed Aquaculture Industry
AUSTRALIA - A healthy diet of Australian vegetables could soon help the local aquaculture industry grow up big and strong, if innovative research into alternate...
09 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia New Markets Opening for Australian Pipi
AUSTRALIA - The famous South Australian Goolwa cockle might soon enter new markets with the development of a packaging system that aims to extend the shelf life...
04 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia New Closures to Protect Spawning Snapper
AUSTRALIA - The State Government has determined the upcoming closures of five key Snapper spawning areas during the annual breeding season, following extensive consultation...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Rare Fish Find on SA Gulf Shores
AUSTRALIA - A Blue Marlin that washed up on a southern Adelaide beach last week may be the first recorded sighting in South Australia....
03 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Port River Mud Cockle Fishery Closure to Continue
AUSTRALIA - PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture is extending the Port River Mud Cockle fishing closure for another year, in response to continuing concerns about the...
02 July 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Legacy of Yasi for Hinchinbrook Barramundi Stocks
AUSTRALIA - James Cook University researchers are gaining valuable insights into the legacy Tropical Cyclone Yasi has had on barramundi fish stocks in the Hinchinbrook...
24 June 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Increase in Giant Cuttlefish Research Funding
AUSTRALIA - The State Government has announced an increase in funding to A$200,000 for research towards the future protection and recovery of Giant Australian Cuttlefish...
20 June 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Abalone Trafficking Ring Dismantled
AUSTRALIA - The State Government’s fisheries and aquaculture department has wrapped up the largest abalone trafficking case in its history with the conviction...
18 June 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Mark your Traps or they will be Seized
AUSTRALIA - Fishers are reminded to ensure their traps are correctly labelled following an increasing number of unmarked traps being seized from Moogerah and Maroon...
14 June 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Aquaponics to Boost Finfish Aquaculture
AUSTRALIA - The feasibility of farming seaweed to complement aquaculture and safeguard the environment will be examined during open sea trials to be conducted in...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Torres Strait Fishery to be Owned by Islanders
AUSTRALIA - The Torres Strait Finfish Fishery has become the first wholly traditionally owned commercial fishery in Australia to have a Statutory Management Plan,...
12 June 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Multi-million Dollar Investment in Aquaculture
AUSTRALIA - An additional A$7 million will be spent on the expansion of fish farms in Macquarie Harbour to help with the infrastructure....
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Parasitised Fish Pick Sides
AUSTRALIA - Fish with parasites attached to their heads have a stronger preference for left or right when facing a T-intersection, giving them an edge when it comes...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Plunging Fish Numbers Linked to Dam Releases
AUSTRALIA - A significant decline in the numbers of native fish in Australia's Murray-Darling Basin may be linked to released dam water being too cold for breeding....
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Sustainable Cod Aquaculture Set Up in NSW
AUSTRALIA - The Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson has officially opened the largest aquaculture development of its kind in New South Wales....
07 June 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Sexual Selection in the Sea
AUSTRALIA - Biologists have uncovered new insights into how the male sexual behaviour of the peculiar southern bottletail squid is primed to produce the greatest...
03 June 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia New Project to Understand Status of Catfish
AUSTRALIA - A new project aimed at improving the understanding of the stock status of River Murray Freshwater Catfish may lead to a review of its protected status....
30 May 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Annual Pipi Fishing Closure Nears
AUSTRALIA - The annual closure for the taking of Pipi (Goolwa Cockles) comes into effect in South Australian waters this week....
29 May 2013
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Good Haul of Prawns During Successful Season
AUSTRALIA - Hawkesbury River prawn fishers have been rewarded for their hard work after another successful prawn fishing season. Department of Primary Industries...
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