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BlueNalu partners with Nutreco on cell-cultured seafood

BlueNalu and Nutreco are joining forces “to bring down the costs of cell feed and establish specifications and metrics for certain raw materials necessary to produce BlueNalu’s proprietary cell-cultured seafood products,” according to a recent press release.

Russian hatcheries told to revive muksun population in Siberia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has instructed the government to develop a comprehensive program aimed at restoring muksun (Coregonus muksun), nelma (Stenodus leucichthys) and whitefish (Coregonus) in Siberia. Over the past few years, Russian scientists have been raising an alarm that the muksun population in the region was dwindling owing to poaching and environmental issues.


From the Editor: Building blocks

Research innovations and developments are happening all the time in the world of hatcheries. This May/June 2023 issue is clear evidence of that. In these next pages, we explore new stories about genetics and broodstock, which are the building blocks of any hatchery production. It seems many countries now understand that investing in its fisheries and aquaculture are of great national interest. » Read More...

Hatchery Hack: Brood program basics

Brood is an entire field unto itself, complicated and with high stakes. There are many intricacies to a brood program and many worthy books and papers on the subject. When looking at brood it can be difficult for the farmer to decide where to get started. The initial impulse for the farmer is often in favour of keeping brood, but the question is an essential one to explore for any farm.  Should a farm have its own? The answer, of course, is that it depends on the farm and the nature of the venture. » Read More...

Benchmark researchers identify genetic trait with S. inae resistance in tilapia

Benchmark researchers have identified a significant quantitative trait locus (QTL) that could affect a tilapia's disease resistance to Streptococcus iniae. The breakthrough discovery could lead to improving health and sustainability in tilapia farming. Benchmark geneticist Sergio Vela-Avitúa et al. collaborated on this research wth the USDA’s Aquatic Animal Health Research Unit (AAHRU). » Read More...




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Global Seafood Expo 2023

April 25-27, 2023
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April 26-27, 2023
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