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05 March 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Fish Oil Market to Reach $1.7 billion by 2018 Driven by China's Aquaculture Sector
GLOBAL - A new report reveals that the global fish oil market will reach US$1.7 billion by 2018 due to the flourishing aquaculture industry in China....
04 March 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Work On-going to Determine Virus Y Relationship to New Trout Disease
ANALYSIS - In this week's news, The Norwegian Veterinary Institute has released more information on the new disease, which was detected in freshwater rainbow trout...
03 March 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States Who Will Win the US Cod Market Chess Game?
US - The cod fishing season began slow this year but the US cod market remains steady, reports Rob Reierson, in the Tradex Foods 3-Minute Market Insight....
02 March 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Halibut Catch Share Buyers are Ready but Sellers Scarce
US - Right after the yearly halibut catch limits are announced each January, brokers usually are busy with buying and selling and transferring shares of the catch....
27 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Shellfish at Risk as Ocean Acidity Expected to Rise
GLOBAL - By the end of the century it is predicted that levels of acidity in the oceans will have a pH value of around 7.8 on average, and this will bring with it...
26 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from European Union EU Aquaculture Production Worth €3.365 billion in 2012
EU - Aquaculture production by the 28 European Union Member States reached 1.108 million tonnes and €3.365 billion in 2012, according to the latest Economic Performance...
24 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: RMS Shrimp Disease Could Lead to Shortfall Next Year
ANALYSIS - The shrimp disease, Running Mortality Syndrome (RMS), has recently been detected on shrimp farms in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, India, reported the...
Global Fish Farming News from Malawi Chikolongo Fish Farm Project Contributing to Sustainable Aquaculture
MALAWI - Imani Development, in conjunction with Stirling University, has been contracted by the International Fund for Animal Awareness (IFAW) to assist in training...
23 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Busy Year for Alaska Brokers
US - Last year was one of the busiest years ever for Alaska brokers who help fishermen buy, sell and trade fishing permits and quota shares. ...
20 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States Disinfectant Found to Treat Fungus on Catfish Eggs
US - New US Department of Agriculture (USDA) research has discovered a disinfectant that has the potential to treat fungus on catfish eggs....
19 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States Uncertain Future for Atlantic Cod Market
US - Fishing for Atlantic Cod has begun in Europe and pricing on raw materials is still very strong, due to the prevailing variable catch. This is putting a lot...
18 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global What are Your Views on the Critical List of Antibiotics?
ANALYSIS - Agricultural use of antimicrobial medicines produces a source of resistant bacteria that can spread to humans....
17 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Falsely Labelled FAD Free Canned Tuna Thought to be Circulating EU Market
ANALYSIS - In this week's news, consumers are being told to watch out for canned tuna that has been falsely labelled FAD (fish aggregating device) free tuna, writes...
Global Fish Farming News from United States US Roundtable to Define Sustainable Aquaculture
US – Sustainability expert Dr Marty Matlock is to facilitate the first National Roundtable for Sustainable Aquaculture (NRSA) in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA on...
16 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Canada Will a High Seas Fishing Ban Boost Global Catches?
CANADA - New research from the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests that closing the high seas to commercial fishing could be catch-neutral and distribute...
13 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Norway Sharp Rise in Norwegian Salmon Export Price
NORWAY - In the period from 2 -8 February, the export price of fresh salmon came to NOK 43.43 per kilo. This is a rise of 9.2 per cent compared to the previous seven-day...
12 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Shallow Water Dwelling Oysters at Risk of Dermo Disease
GLOBAL - Oysters living in nutrient rich shallow waters around the world are far more likely to pick up the lethal Dermo disease, a team of scientists from the Smithsonian...
10 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States US Identifies Six Countries Undermining Sustainable Fishing Efforts
US - The United States is continuing its global leadership to address illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing as a biennial report from NOAA identifies...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: US Oysters, Mussels Found to Have Low Levels of Disease, Parasites
ANALYSIS - A new study from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has found the occurrence and severity of disease and parasite infections...
09 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global What’s Left If We Lose Antibiotics?
GLOBAL - Bacterial resistance is developing quickly and many critically important drugs risk becoming obsolete. Disastrous consequences lie in wait therefore unless...
06 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Lovers Choose Lobster as Top Valentine’s Day Dish
US - Lobster, crab legs and shrimp get the nod as ‘romantic meals’ on February 14 - one of the busiest dining out days for US restaurants. ...
05 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Analysis of Antimicrobial Data Confirms Human Animal Link
EU - The use of some antimicrobials in animals and humans will lead to resistance to these antimicrobials in bacteria from animals and humans....
04 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global What Role do Retailers Play in Reducing the Use of Antibiotics on Farms?
ANALYSIS - More resistant bacteria means more pressure on producers, veterinarians, and, as consumer awareness grows, retailers....
03 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: EU Discard Ban Sanctions Delayed
ANALYSIS - In this week's news, EU fishermen will now have two years before sanctions for failing to comply with the new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) discard ban...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Strong Halibut Pricing Expected for the Year Ahead
US and CANADA - The 2015 halibut TAC has been set at 29.22 million pounds, around six per cent above the 2014 level. Strong pricing is now expected for the year,...
02 February 2015
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Walmart Expands Commitment to Alaskan Seafood
US - Freezer displays at Walmart superstores in Alaska and Washington now include a new lineup of 14 Alaska seafood items. The world’s largest grocer announced...
30 January 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Spain Will the Multiannual Strategic Plan for Spanish Aquaculture Promote Growth in the Sector?
SPAIN - Spain is one of the leading countries for global consumption of aquatic products and was the leading country in Europe for aquaculture production in 2012...
29 January 2015
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Campylobacter Cases in EU Stable – Listeria Rising
EU - The number of incidents of illness caused by Campylobacter across Europe appears to be stabilising, according to a new report from the European Food Safety...
28 January 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Do You Feel Well Informed about Conditions to Use Antibiotics on Farms?
ANALYSIS - Concern has been growing among farming, veterinary and political communities as well as the public at large over the over-use of antibiotics....
27 January 2015
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Oman Aquaculture Projects to Boost Production to 7,330 Tonnes
ANALYSIS - Aquaculture production in Oman is set to rise from 353 tonnes to 7,330 tonnes annually thanks to three new projects, writes Lucy Towers, TheFishSite Editor....
 
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