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07 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Tradex Foods On Hand to Answer Your Seafood Questions this October
US - October is National Seafood Month and to celebrate, Tradex Foods is sharing its knowledge of seafood....
05 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Unaturally Warm Oceans Contibuted to 2015 Toxic Algal Bloom
US - A study led by researchers at the University of Washington and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration connects the unprecedented West Coast toxic...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Environmental DNA Used to Provide Early Detection of Invasive Crayfish
US - A University of Illinois researcher and his colleagues have analyzed environmental DNA (eDNA) to successfully detect the presence of the highly invasive rusty...
03 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Alaskans Find Innovative Use for Cod Trimmings
US - Alaskan Cod Crunchies begin a national roll out this week with a debut at Costco’s two stores in Anchorage. The dog treats are one of the newest products...
30 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Puget Sound Salmon Fishery Expectations - Pricing on the Rise
US - The Puget Sound Fall Chum Salmon Fishery is set to get underway mid October and we expect pricing to be on the rise, reports Kyla Ganton in the Tradex Foods...
29 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States University of New Hampshire Launches Aquaponics Project
US - Researchers at the University of New Hampshire have launched an integrated aquaculture farming research project that aims to provide a model for integrating...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Target Well On the Way to Selling 100% Sustainable Seafood
US - US retailer Target has announced that it is 97 per cent complete on its goal of only selling fresh and frozen seafood that is sustainable and traceable....
28 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Glowing Bacteria Could Improve Food Safety
US - Scientists looking for traces of a type of E. coli bacteria contamination in foods soon could have a new detection method on their hands - turning off the lights...
26 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Pressure for Government to Declare 'Disaster' for Regions Hurt by Low Salmon Catch
US - Governor Bill Walker has officially requested that the federal government declare a disaster for four Alaska regions hurt by one of the poorest pink salmon...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Slow Start to Cod Fishery Leaves Fillet Inventories Bare
US - Recent reports from West Coast vendors show Pacific Cod frozen fillet and loin inventories drying up as the Fall fishery is underway, reports Rob Reierson in...
21 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Elevated CO2 Linked to Altered Brain Chemistry, Behavioral Impairments in Fish
US - In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers from the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the ARC Centre of Excellence...
20 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Seafood Launches 'We Are Wild' in the UK
US - The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) has launched a new marketing campaign in the UK - “We are Wild”. ...
19 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Tanner Crab Fishery Awaits Revival
US - Cordovans are hoping to revive a long lost Tanner crab fishery in Prince William Sound as a step towards keeping the town’s waterfront working year round....
15 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Large-Size Pollock Fillets Still Scarce In Alaska
US - Directed fishing for the Pollock C season in the Gulf of Alaska opened August 25 with increased allocations rolled over from B season, reports Kyla Ganton in...
14 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Female Fish can Favor Sperm from Preferred Males
US - Ovarian fluid released with eggs during spawning of ocellated wrasse favors sperm from the nest-tending males preferred by females, limiting fertilisation by...
13 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Blue Harvest Acquires High Liner Foods’ Scallop Business
US - Blue Harvest Fisheries has acquired High Liner Foods’ scallop business and processing facility in New Bedford, Massachusetts....
12 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Fall a Busy Time for Alaskan Fishermen
US - It surprises many people across the state that fall is one of the busiest times for Alaska’s fishing industry from the Panhandle to the Bering Sea. As salmon...
08 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Only 9 Weeks Remain in the Halibut Fishery - Where is the Catch Market At?
US - With only 9 weeks remaining for the Pacific halibut fishery, catches continue to sit on par with last year's harvest, reports Rob Reierson in the Tradex Foods...
05 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Crabbers Stunned By Latest Outlook
US - Bering Sea crabbers were stunned last week when the outlooks for the upcoming fall and winter fisheries were revealed....
02 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Researchers Find Bivalves Live Longer at High Latitudes
US - Researchers in the Department of Earth Sciences, Syracuse University, have shown that high-latitude bivalves live longer and grow slower than those in the tropics. ...
01 September 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Over $2.4 Million Available for Bycatch Reduction Projects
US - NOAA Fisheries is awarding more than $2.4 million to partners around the country to support innovative bycatch reduction research projects through its Bycatch...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Troll Coho Salmon Fishery: The Inside Scoop
US - After a strong opening in June, all indicators pointed to a decent harvest of troll-caught coho salmon in Southeast Alaska. Last year, the troll coho fishery...
30 August 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Pink Salmon Fishermen Await Financial Relief
US - Wheels are already in motion to provide two measures of relief for Alaska’s pink salmon industry, which is reeling from the lowest harvest since the late...
Global Fish Farming News from United States ISSF, Pacific Alliance for Sustainable Tuna to Promote Sustainable Tuna Fisheries
US - The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) and the Pacific Alliance for Sustainable Tuna (PAST) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)...
25 August 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Indiana to Hold Two-Day Aquaponics Conference
US - Six Purdue University faculty members whose work includes aquaculture will be giving presentations during a two-day conference on aquaponics in October...
Global Fish Farming News from United States North American Flounder Demand Skyrockets
US - Prices of raw materials are slowly climbing, as Chinese processing plants take orders of Yellowfin Sole and Flounder before Chinese New Year, reports Kyla Ganton...
24 August 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Climate Change Enhancing Chesapeake Bay Algal Blooms
US - Nitrogen-rich agricultural runoff into the Chesapeake Bay presents an ongoing environmental and economic concern for the bay's massive watershed. While efforts...
23 August 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Hepatitis A Outbreak Linked to Scallops
US - A recent hepatitis A outbreak in Hawaii has been traced back to frozen imported scallops from the Philippines....
22 August 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Pink Salmon Fishery to be Worst in 20 Years
US - Alaska’s 2016 pink salmon fishery is set to rank as the worst in 20 years by a long shot, and the outlook is bleak for all other salmon catches except sockeyes....
19 August 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Global Warming's Saltier Beaches Have Implications for Mussels, Crabs
US - Batches of sand from a beach on the Delaware Bay are yielding insights into the powerful impact of temperature rise and evaporation along the shore that are...
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