Aqua Industry News
News published the February 1, 2008:
Fish culture facilities should rely on a disease prevention program which includes: water quality and nutritional management, quarantine of new animals, and sanitation. Sanitation practices should include disin...
University of Florida/IFAS
News published the January 25, 2008:
The stockfish industry can save millions if fish are handled correctly, resulting in less mucoso. After three years of research, fishermen are being warned to avoid storing gutted fish in seawater. Mucoso is a ...
News published the January 17, 2008:
Alltech, the global biotechnology company based in Jessamine County, made its name by producing food additives for cows, horses, swine, poultry and dogs.But the company hopes to take its knowledge of land anima...
Lexington Herald Leader
News published the January 14, 2008:
By 2100, warmer oceans with more carbon dioxide may no longer sustain 1 of the world's most productive fisheries, says USC marine ecologist.The last fish you ate probably came from the Bering Sea. But during th...
News published the January 7, 2008:
Wild-captured Arctic charr farmed at land-based aquaculture facilities grow better if light conditions are adapted to suit winter, new research on environmentally-friendly aquaculture shows. It is normal practi...
News published the January 4, 2008:
Aquaculture is the farming of sea creatures for human consumption. It is done in ponds and adjacent to the sea. Shrimp aquaculture has expanded the fastest over the past two decades in Asia and Latin America. I...
The Island Online/Growfish
News published the December 27, 2007:
As countries from around the world met in Bali, Indonesia recently to thrash out a new framework on fighting global warming, the fishing community there is adapting to the looming impact of climate change. Many...
News published the December 20, 2007:
European collaboration will provide answers about which welfare actions can provide good profitability for the aquaculture industry. A group of scientists from six European countries will develop models that wi...
News published the December 18, 2007:
Old fashioned use of fish waste as fertiliser has provided the inspiration for a win-win project in the north, with waste from the shrimp industry proving to be a first-class ecological fertiliser. "In the old ...
News published the December 12, 2007:
How has it been handled before it arrived at the shop? Work is now underway so the fish's history can be traced from the seafood counter back to the boat. As consumers, we want information about the products we...