Aquaculture Health News
News published on August 7, 2018:
Over the last years the Swiss Feed Additives manufacturer Pancosma has constantly invested into natural solutions aiming at supporting aquaculture efficiency and sustainability. In a global context of e...
News published on February 8, 2017:
Multinational feed additives producer Nutriad has become a supporting member of the European Association of Fish Pathologists (EAFP). The EAFP, established in 1979, is an interdisciplinary society, embrac...
News published on March 20, 2015:
A product used as a disinfectant in agriculture, food preparation, and medical facilities also kills a fungus that causes the disease saprolegniasis on catfish eggs, and it has the potential to...
Sandra Avant, (USDA- ARS)
News published on September 4, 2012:
Lallemand gathered world leading aquaculture experts and industry players in Bangkok for its first South East Asia Aquaculture symposium: Intgestinal Health in Aquaculture. A Sustainable way towards performance...
Lallemand Animal Nutrition
News published on August 6, 2012:
MSD Animal Health, which is known as Merck Animal Health in North America, has obtained approval from Indonesian authorities to begin marketing an inactivated vaccine that aids in the protection against Strepto...
MSD Animal Health
News published on May 10, 2011:
In addition to causing widespread flooding, the rains drenching the Midwest this spring may exacerbate another environmental problem - phosphorus and nitrate pollution in the water supply that is causing a grow...
University of Illinois- News Bureau
News published on May 28, 2009:
Researchers from Oregon State University, NASA and other organizations said today that they have succeeded for the first time in measuring the physiology of marine phytoplankton through satellite measurements o...
Oregon State University news
News published on May 26, 2009:
In the world of marine mussels and other shellfish bivalves, looks can be deceiving when it comes to health.
"A major problem with bivalve populations is determining whether they're healthy, sick or in-between...
Vancouver Island University news
News published on May 22, 2009:
DNA research at the University of Guelph has provided insight into a perplexing environmental problem on British Columbia's west coast, where fish farms have been blamed for lice epidemics that have devastated ...
News published on May 18, 2009:
Viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS) is a highly contagious disease of rainbow trout in fresh water, causing great economic loss in the European trout farming industry. In his doctorate, Bjørn Erik Brude...
Norwegian School of Veterinary Science