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02 December 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Top Tips for Keeping Predators Away from Farmed Fish
GLOBAL - Aquaculture offers many advantages for people. We don’t have to go out and hunt for seafood, and we can produce big animals in large quantities. However,...
01 December 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom New Diagnostic Test Invented to Detect Virus Causing Pancreas Disease in Salmon
SCOTLAND, UK - Scientists from the University of Glasgow, working with major companies in the aquaculture industry BioMar Ltd and Marine Harvest (Scotland) Ltd,...
30 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: New Freshwater Fish Parasite Detected in Japan
ANALYSIS - Scientists at Hiroshima University in Japan have identified a new species of parasite infecting an invasive freshwater fish on the subtropical island...
29 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Pangasius: High Anti-dumping Duties, Heightened USDA Inspections, Growing Global Competition
GLOBAL - China has now surpassed the European Union to become the world's second biggest importer of Vietnamese Catfish, after the USA, reports Rob Reierson in the...
28 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Alaskan Salmon Sales Outlook Looks Positive for 2017
US - Alaska seafood goes to roughly 120 countries around the world and competes in a rough and tumble commodities market. Looking ahead to next year, sales conditions...
25 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom The Importance of Biomass: Introducing Ace Aquatec's 3D Biomass Camera
The latest technology in aquaculture has progressed significantly over the last 50 to 100 years, leading to advances such as more accurate observations, analysis...
24 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Egypt Egyptian Aquaculturalists Best Management Practice Training Boosts Profits
EGYPT - Best management practice training helps Egyptian aquaculturalists improve their net profits, a new study lead by Dr Malcolm Dickson, Country Programme Manager...
22 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Recovery Plan Agreed for Mediterranean Swordfish
ANALYSIS - Following a week of negotiations between the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) and 51 countries a recovery plan...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Strong Twice Frozen Haddock Fillet Pricing on the Horizon
US - A drastic price increase on Atlantic Haddock finished goods could hit North American markets as early as next April, report Rob Reierson and Kyla Ganton in...
21 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Alaskan Universities Ramp Up Their Course Offerings
US - Alaska’s university system is ramping up programs to train the next generations of fishery and ocean specialists - and plenty of jobs await....
18 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States USDA Invests $1.2 Million in Aquaculture Research
US - The US Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) has announced four grants totaling $1.2 million to support the development...
17 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Project Develops Sustainable Method for Growing Tilapia, Tomatoes
EU - The Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries has developed an innovative method for producing tilapia and tomatoes that saves resources...
15 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Sockeye Salmon Market Steady During Strong Inventory Holdings
US - Sockeye Salmon raw material prices continue to remain stable, indicative of a steady market on finished goods for the time being, reports Kyla Ganton in the...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Personality Test Could Help Improve Sole Farming
ANALYSIS - Researchers in Spain and Scotland have made a discovery that may help sole reproduce better in captivity, and in turn help improve aquaculture production....
14 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: What Does Trump's Election Mean for the Seafood Industry
US - What might the election of Donald Trump mean for the seafood industry? Economic reports already are pointing to his platform of opposing trade and pulling out...
11 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from India African Catfish Battle to Stay in India
INDIA - The African catfish (Clarias gariepinus), a banned variety of fish in India as it has been posing a threat to indigenous varieties, appears to be making...
10 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Japan Dainichi: The Face of Japan's Clear Sea
JAPAN - Dainichi Corporation is one of Japan's main seafood and aquaculture firms. Located by the Uwa Sea in Ehime prefecture, it employs 140 people in three cities...
08 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Greece Assessing the Environmental Impacts of Copper Alloy Aquaculture Nets
GREECE - Copper-alloy aquaculture nets may have similar impacts on the environment and farmed species as conventional nylon nets with copper-based antifouling paints,...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: South Korea Successfully Farms Salmon
ANALYSIS - South Korea's Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries has reported that, for the first time, the country has successfully farmed 500 tons of salmon at a facility...
07 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Jaw-Dropping Prices for Halibut Catch Shares
US - As Alaska’s iconic halibut fishery wraps up this week, stakeholders are holding their breath to learn if catches might ratchet up slightly again in 2017....
04 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Denmark Exploring the Challenge of First-Feeding European Eels in Captivity
DENMARK - Rearing European eels in captivity throughout their life cycle in a complex task, hampered by our lack of knowledge about several phases of their life...
03 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Accurately Measure Your Farm’s Performance with Infrared Technology
GLOBAL - The innovative use of infrared technology is now helping fish farmers improve their feed efficiency whilst optimising the production of their fish. The...
01 November 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: US Seafood Consumption on the Up
A new report from NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has found that US seafood consumption is making a steady increase....
Global Fish Farming News from Japan Removing the Smell: Could Odourless Fish Take off in Japan?
JAPAN - Although fish is popular in Japan, its distinct smell is enough to turn some consumers off. But recent work at Kindai University might catch on with them;...
31 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: Salmon Permit Values Take a Nose Dive
US - Values of Alaska salmon permits have taken a nose dive after a dismal fishing season for all but a few regions....
28 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Predicting Algal Blooms to Protect Aquaculture Farms
GLOBAL - Algal blooms are causing millions of dollars, pounds and euros in damage to salmon and shellfish farms around the world every year, writes Chris Harris....
27 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Making IMTA Work for Europe
EUROPE - The drive to increase profitability and environmental performance has led many industries across Europe and globally to look for ways to reduce both their...
25 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Pentair Expands Product Offering With Vaki Acquisition
GLOBAL - US company Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems has announced that it is to acquire the Icelandic aquaculture equipment company Vaki....
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom Could Biorefinery By-Products Be a New Feed Source for Farmed Juvenile Oysters?
UK - Hatchery production of bivalves requires unicellular algae-based feed. Producing the algae for feed can be costly, labour intensive, and tricky. In the future,...
24 October 2016
Global Fish Farming News from United States Alaska Fish Factor: New Study Investigates Climate Change's Impact on Alaskan Salmon
US - A changing climate is altering rain and snowfall patterns that affect the waters Alaska salmon call home, for better or worse. A first of its kind study now...
 
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