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Entobel opens Asia's largest insect protein plant in Vietnam

Singapore-based insect-based ingredient producer, Entobel has opened a new black soldier fly (BSF) production plant in Vung Tau, Vietnam. According to a Cision PR News Wire report, it’s Asia’s largest insect protein plant. "Today marks a major milestone in our journey to transform the insect protein landscape and supply sustainable feed ingredients to the rapidly growing aquaculture and pet food industries," said Alexandre de Caters and Gaëtan Crielaard, co-founders and co-CEOs of Entobel.

University of Missouri researcher uncovers migration patterns and threats to common snook

Allison Pease, a fish ecologist in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources at the University of Missouri, is studying the common snook. The common snook is an important game fish in Mexico both culturally and economically, but it’s at risk of facing endangering due to over-harvesting. Pease’s latest study focuses on its migration patterns and the effects of proposed hydro dams on the population in southern Mexico.

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The Winterborne legacy

A genetic selection process, launched in 2004 at Houghton Springs Fish Farm in North Dorset, England, has delivered a 51.9 per cent gain in growth performance for the unit’s “forensically selected” rainbow trout strain, known as The Winterborne. The “forensically selected” description is the way Houghton Springs founder, Hans Hoff, described his 19-year rainbow breeding journey » Read More...
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Top 10 Under 40

Michelle Poprawski is one of the few female hatchery managers that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has had, and her supervisor Jim Daley thinks she’s great at her job. “She tackles all aspects of the job with 100 per cent enthusiasm, is constantly striving to improve operations, and is held in very high regard by her staff, her supervisors, and her peers. She has the potential for a long and very productive career in New York State’s Fish Culture Section,” said Daley, who nominated her. » Read more
Hatchery 101 

Hatchery 101 continues for 2024

As climate change continues to intensify, concrete solutions for the industry to adapt become more urgent. Hatchery 101 on sustainability continues with 2024 dates to tackle important issues faced in the fisheries and aquaculture industries around the world. » Read More...

Hatchery 101: Waste management

In order to protect the natural resources that drive hatchery production, hatcheries must implement clear and conscious waste management protocols. Host Ben Normand continues Hatchery International‘s four-part series on sustainability with a panel of experts who can share best practices that ensure the future health of the environment. » Read More...



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