Aquaculture News

News published on May 7, 2008:

Marine Harvest Canada partners with local groups to improve wild fish survival

Marine Harvest Canada has teamed up with a number of British Columbia organisations in a bid to improve wild coho salmon and trout survival.The company has joined the Tsolum River Restoration Society, Fisheries...
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Fish Farmer Magazine
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News published on May 7, 2008:

Scots salmon sector trials new nets

A new net material for Scotland’s salmon farmers is being pioneered in Sutherland and the Western Isles and could play a major role in reducing escapes in the aquaculture industry.The first in a series of trial...
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Fish Farmer Magazine
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News published on May 6, 2008:

Use organic feeds for tastier, better-looking fish

An organic aquaculturist from Sipalay City (Philippines) said fish feed with natural or organic food actually looks, smells and tastes better than fish supplied with synthetic feeds. Francisco Britanico, who ha...
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Visayan Daily Star
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News published on May 6, 2008:

Research program to enhance animal by-products value and utilization in aquaculture feeds

Last week at their spring meeting in Montreal, Canada, the Fats and Proteins Research Foundation, Inc. (FPRF) enhanced their international program aimed to support research on the use of animal by-products in a...
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Aquafeed.com
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News published on May 6, 2008:

EWOS acquires Chilean feed plant

EWOS Chile Alimentos Ltda, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cermaq ASA, has signed an agreement to acquire a feed plant from Cultivos Marinos Chiloé Ltda (CMC).The parties have also agreed a contract under which EW...
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Fish Farmer Magazine
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News published on May 6, 2008:

Neptune addresses USDA on alternative feeds

Neptune Industries, Inc. headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida announced today that its executive officers attended the USDA's Alternative Feeds Initiative in Silver Springs, Maryland yesterday to discuss the re...
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CNN Money
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News published on May 5, 2008:

New study spotlights 'complex factors' impacting BC wild salmon

A new study published by the British Columbia Pacific Salmon Forum throws light on environmental and other conditions and events in the Broughton Archipelago over nearly 60 years.'Broughton Archipelago: A State...
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Fish Farmer Magazine
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News published on May 5, 2008:

Hot topics on agenda at Irish shellfish event

Issues affecting the Irish shellfish industry will be up for debate at a conference in Co. Mayo next month.Due to be attended by Minister of State, John Browne, the Irish Shellfish Association conference featur...
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Fish Update
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News published on May 5, 2008:

Salmon with a twist

A new "hotter" hot dog is ready for the Norwegian market. Investor Gustav Fritzoe has together with Mills invested NOK 40 million on developing a new hot dog made from salmon. They will spend another NOK 2...
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The Norway Post
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News published on May 5, 2008:

Genetically altered trout approved for release in U.K.

Plans to pour tankfuls of genetically altered fish into wild lakes and rivers have been given the go-ahead in the United Kingdom after conservation scientists backed the project.According to a recent study, rel...
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National Geographic Society
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