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Maine research centre to provide sea scallop spat for local farmers

For most aquaculture activity around the world, there are commercial hatcheries to provide seed, but that is not the case with sea scallops—yet. Currently, Maine farmers must collect spat from the ocean themselves or buy it from others who collect in volume. 

BioMar releases new bioremediation solution

BioMar announced it is expanding its feed offering with a new product category, a bioremediation solution, to ensure optimal environmental conditions for shrimp from hatchery to grow-out.

Salmon season closure raises anxiety in California

Californians from all areas of the salmon industry came together on a chilly rain swept morning on April 7 to voice their concern over the closure of salmon season. U.S Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was undeterred by the weather and spoke of her worry for those who depend on salmon for their livelihood. ”This closure has an impact,” she said.


California hatcheries brace from this year's storm season

The storm signs were all over: darkening clouds, chilly winds and then the rains came with fierce force. “Rain started really picking up around the 3rd and 4th of January and the storm and was pretty non-stop for about three weeks,” said Connor Greenwood, at the Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project (MBSTP). “No more damage at the hatchery today (March 14)… But, water is high and wind is bringing down trees in our valley so if anything happens, you’ll be one of the first to know.” » Read More...

Inside BioMar's algal oil facility in Australia

Reducing reliance on traditional wild-harvest sources of Omega-3 and Omega-6 rich ingredients has been a target of feed company's research and development programs for decades. The industrialization of animal protein production has placed a global demand on several key ingredients. » Read More...

Is fishmeal availability going to be stable in 2023?

Fishmeal availability is always a concern in the global aquaculture industry as it is a critical ingredient for the farming of many species. There is good news on this front from the IFFO (Marine Ingredients Organisation) – volumes look solid for 2023, with many main “reduction” fisheries (the biomass is processed into oil and meal) around the world doing well. » Read More...




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Global Seafood Expo 2023

April 25-27, 2023
Barcelona, Spain
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Aquaculture Ghana 2023

April 26-27, 2023
Accra, Ghana
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