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OPERATIONS - Winter Prep at the Hatchery

Things you can do now to prepare northern hatcheries for winter ... and by doing so, save yourself grief when it's cold and snowing. more »

Jul 29, 2014 Recirc

The Environment and Disease

The second instalment of the hatchery health series contributed by Alan Dykes, Fish Health Services Manager at FishGuard Scotland. more »

Aug 4, 2014 Husbandry

Genomic selection of lice-resistant eggs

The Scottish salmon breeding company Landcatch announced that it continues to make headway in the ongoing battle against sea lice – selecting eggs with improved resistance to the pesky parasite. more »

Aug 11, 2014 Research

The Case for Concentrates

A California producer touts the merits of microalgae concentrates to increase yield and improve reliability for bivalve production. more »

Jul 23, 2014 , Husbandry

Researchers test fishmeal-free diets on juvenile salmon grown in RAS

USDA/Agricultural Research Service in Montana experiments with diet formulations for coho salmon reared in RAS. more »

Jul 7, 2014 Recirc

Norwegian phosphorus research could benefit fry and smolt production

The Norwegian research institute Nofima has been developing biotechnology solutions that can make the nutrients in herring waste more readily available for salmon, from fry to adult fish. more »

Jul 7, 2014 Research

The International Trade of Fry and PLs

The Specific Pathogen Free (SPF) certification is possibly the best option we have today for an international protocol that will allow the safe trade of eggs and juveniles between countries. more »

Jun 23, 2014 News

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