TheFishSite Newsletter - 3 April 2012
Welcome to this week's newsletter
Editorial: Securing Fish Stocks and Maintaining Sustainable Fisheries
We have 5 new features this week:
Discards and Fitting Square Mesh Panels
In the fourth of a series of articles for Fishing news, Mike Montgomerie, Gear Technologist at Seafish, continues by examining the options for fitting square mesh panels.
Disease Management: The Big Challenge
At Global Aquaculture Alliance’s recent GOAL 2011 conference in Santiago, Chile, Executive Director Wally Stevens discussed in his welcoming remarks the five major challenges between us and our objective of responsibly doubling aquaculture production in a decade: disease management, feed supply, environmental impacts, funding and market acceptance, writes Darryl Jory, Development Manager, Global Aquaculture Advocate.
Levercliff Report Generates Food for Thought
Production of trout in the UK is increasing, according to a study by the Levercliff Associates, writes Patrick Smith, Chairman of the British Trout Association.
Application of Enterococcus Faecium as a Probiotic Strain in Aquatic Species
Probiotic bacteria are a sustainable approach to modulate the gut microflora towards a favorable composition, which is of utmost importance since the digestive system of fish and shrimp is an important entrance point for infections.
Salmon Market Outlook
Salmon farmers see record prices in early 2011 drop to money losing levels in no time. 2012 outlook negative from mid year as production is expected to increase by up to 15 per cent, according to Globefish.
Ildex Viet Nam A Success, Says Meriden
VIET NAM - Meriden Animal Health Limited exhibited at Ildex Viet Nam last week, welcoming the opportunity to greet old and new customers alike.
Anpario Acquires Meriden Animal Health Limited
UK - Anpario plc, one of the leading suppliers of natural high performance feed additives to enhance health, growth and sustainability in global agriculture and aquaculture markets, has acquired Meriden Animal Health Limited.
Novartis Sponsors Young Scientist Award at AquaUK
UK - Novartis Animal Health (NAH) is to recognise the best student presentation at Aquaculture UK, with a “Young Scientist Award” and an expenses paid trip to its Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada, dedicated Aquaculture Research & Development site. NAH is also sponsoring the first day of the conference.
» Aquaculture to Boost Maltese Economy
» Intergrated Maritime Surveillance Project Finalised
» Diseases Affecting Comercially Valuable Fish Studied
» Global Investment in Sustainable Agriculture Needed
» Cooperation in the Black Sea to be Discussed
» Scientists: Crucial Prey Species Fishing must Halve
» Mackerel Certificates Suspended by Certifiers
» Caribbean to Promote Aquaculture
» Fisheries Commission Blind to Bigeye Tuna Fate
» Namibia Strikes Fishing Deal with Mozambique
» Rock Lobster Catch Limit Changes
» China Becomes Leading Importer of NZ's Seafood
» Restoring Natural Flat Oysters: Breeding in Captivity
» Gary Hooper New Aquaculture New Zealand CEO
» Red Tide Remains Up in Bataan and Zambales
» Illegal Fish Cages in Taal Lake to be Dismantled
» Trade Department Boosts Cream Dory Industry
» Bani Cleared of Red Tide, Other Areas Still Infected
» Bar Coding for Fish Looms in the Philippines
» AquaVision 2012: More Speakers Announced
» Using Local Raw Materials for Fish Feed Production
» Consultation on New Rules to Combat Sea Lice
» North Sea Nephrops Withdraw from MSC Process
» Drought Spreads to Yorkshire, UK
» E.Coli Warning from Excessive Antibiotic Use
» Appointments to the Seafish Board
» Politicians hear Fishermen’s Policy Concerns
» RM2 Billion Lobster Farm for Sabah
» Fishmeal Production Forecasts are Down
» Lagos Supports Poultry, Rice and Aquaculture
» Marine Protected Areas Under Threat from Poachers
» Clean Seas Tuna Pleased with Progress
» Maintaining Strong Sustainable Fisheries
» Future Fish Stocks Secured with New Treaties
» Catch Limits Increase as Stock Data Improves
» Oman Strives to Develop Aquaculture
» Management Plan Created to Protect Clam Fisheries
» More Salmon Culled in ISA Outbreak
» First Harvest from AgriMarine Demonstration Site
» CCPFH Launches Fish Harvester Blog
» Mediterranean Fishermen: Time is Running Out
» Warmer Summers could Shrink Trout Populations
» FDA Enforcement Action Against Fish Processor
» New Gulf of Maine Cod Management for 2012
» Fishing Bans on Pearl, Yangtze to Help Declining Stock
» Soybean Imports to Maintain an Upward Trend
» International Meeting to Combat Illegal Fishing
» New Bluefin Tuna Farms Await Registration
» Seafood Giant Sees $5bn Revenue in 2015 Via Growth
» Role of Fishing on Pantanal Conservation Studied
» Portugal Dependent on Fish from Outside EU
That's all for this week!