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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Global Fish Farming News from Malta Maltese Aquaculture Experienced Growth in 2013
MALTA - The gross output of the Maltese aquaculture industry totaled €98.1 million, up by 0.5 per cent from €97.6 million in 2012....
Global Fish Farming News from Canada Prince Edward Island Lobster Trap Fishery Certified Sustainable
CANADA - The Prince Edward Island (PEI) lobster trap fishery has been certified sustainable and well-managed by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)....
Global Fish Farming News from United States Deadly Oyster Bacteria Mistakenly Identified by Scientists
US - The bacteria that helped cause the near-ruin of two large oyster hatcheries in the Pacific Northwest have been mistakenly identified for years, researchers...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Gag Fishing to Close in South Atlantic
US - Commercial harvest of gag in South Atlantic waters will close at 12:01 a.m. (local time) November 21, 2014. ...
Global Fish Farming News from Canada Organic Mussel Farmers Receive Funding to Help Maintain Certifications
CANADA - Mussel farmers will continue to promote their sustainable and environmentally-responsible approach to aquaculture with support from the Provincial Government....
Global Fish Farming News from United States Scientists Gather to Discuss Eel Aquaculture Development
US - More than 30 marine science experts and industry leaders from the US and around the world gathered at the University of New England (UNE) on October 16-17,...
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Responsible Use of Antibiotics is Crucial
EU - On European Antibiotic Awareness Day, Copa-Cogeca highlighted the importance of tackling antimicrobial resistance warning it is a serious concern in the EU...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Patagonian Toothfish Catch Limit Increased
AUSTRALIA - Excellent management of Australia’s fisheries has led to an increase in the sustainable catch for the prized Patagonian Toothfish....
Global Fish Farming News from Sweden Sweden Reports First Ostreid Herpesvirus Outbreak
SWEDEN - An outbreak of ostreid herpesvirus-1 microvariant has been reported in farmed oysters....
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Global Fish Farming News from Global Weekly Overview: Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Quotas Increased, No Protection for Sharks
ANALYSIS - It is bad news for Atlantic bluefin tuna stocks as the recent International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic's Tuna (ICCAT) meeting resulted...
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Population Recovery at Threat as Quotas Increased
EU - As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic's Tuna (ICCAT) 19th meeting drew to a close this week in Genoa, Italy, there is concern that...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Antimicrobials: Usage Falling, Resistance Rising
GLOBAL – Antimicrobial usage is falling in Europe but bacterial resistance to antibiotics is increasing at an alarming rate....
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Bad Outcome for Sharks, Swordfish at ICCAT Meeting
EU - The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) meeting has concluded today in Genoa, Italy, but with no agreed management for sharks...
Global Fish Farming News from India Agricultural Minister Discusses Fisheries Funding
INDIA - The Indian agriculture minister, Radha Mohan Singh, has held a review meeting in Mumbai with state government officials of agriculture and animal husbandry...
Global Fish Farming News from Global Antibiotics in Aquaculture – Are They Needed?
GLOBAL - The miracle drugs of the 20th century are in danger of running out of power. Antibiotic use in both humans and animals is contributing to a reservoir of...
Global Fish Farming News from Germany EuroTier 2014: Farmers Face Their Challenges
GERMANY - EuroTier 2014 has far exceeded expectations, attracting 156,000 trade professionals, around 30,000 of whom came from outside Germany....
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom Chefs Take Part in Sustainable Seafood Demonstration
SCOTLAND, UK - Over 700 enthusiastic Scottish chefs and culinary students benefited from some quick-fire interaction on sustainability from Seafood Scotland during...
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Alarming Rise of Antibiotic Resistance in Europe
EU - Antibiotic resistance has increased in the past years to the point that now constitutes a serious risk to public health....
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Oceana Urges ICCAT to Take Action on Illegal Fishing
EU - Oceana has called upon the 49 Contracting Parties to the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) to examine and take action...
Global Fish Farming News from United Kingdom Poultry Company Fined Over Fish Kill
NORTHERN IRELAND, UK - A Co Fermanagh poultry company pleaded guilty and was fined £2,000 for making a polluting discharge to a waterway....
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Squid Excluded From South Korea-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement
NEW ZEALAND - A new Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with South Korea has brought disappointment to New Zealand's seafood industry as squid exports will still be subject...
Global Fish Farming News from Australia Free Trade Agreement with China to Benefit Australian Fishing Industry
AUSTRALIA - Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture, Senator Richard Colbeck, has welcomed the announcement of a Free Trade Agreement with China,...
Monday, November 17, 2014
Global Fish Farming News from Global Large Tuna Fishing Companies Threatening Pacific Food Security
GLOBAL - Food security in Pacific countries like Kiribati could be under threat if oversized tuna vessels are allowed to continue fishing at current rates, commented...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Synthetic Fish Making Hydroelectric Dams More Salmon Friendly
US - The Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL) new sensor fish is providing data to help design fish-friendly hydropower facilities....
Global Fish Farming News from India India’s Blue Revolution to Focus on Fish Production
INDIA - In order to increase the production of fish in the country, India will soon launch a blue revolution....
Global Fish Farming News from European Union Anger Rises at Loss of EU Scientific Advisor
ANALYSIS - Last week the European Commission president, Jean Claude Juncker decided to abolish the post of chief scientific advisor....
Global Fish Farming News from Global Omega Protein Fish Meal/Oil Recertified Friend of the Sea
GLOBAL - After an extensive auditing process, Omega Protein has achieved recertification by Friend of the Sea for sustainable fish meal and fish oil derived from...
Global Fish Farming News from Norway Good Financial Results for Norwegian Aquaculture in 2013
NORWAY - Record high sales and prices delivered a good performance for the Norwegian aquaculture industry in 2013, but increased costs reduced profits somewhat....
Global Fish Farming News from Viet Nam South Korea Increases Shrimp Imports from Viet Nam
VIET NAM - In the first nine months of 2014, South Korean shrimp imports increased by 6.4 per cent year on year in volume, and 50.2 per cent of this came from Viet...
Global Fish Farming News from United States Gulf of Mexico Aquaculture Plan Comment Period Extended
US - NOAA Fisheries has reopened the public comment period on the proposed rule for the Aquaculture Plan for the federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico...
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