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Scottish Sea Farms to open new $2.5M incubation unit at Barcaldine hatchery

Salmon producer, Scottish Sea Farms, said it's taking "ova control" with its new incubation unit this fall. The £2 million (US$2.5 million) addition will be in its own dedicated building next to the main hatchery.

Ace Aquatec transforms operations for Australian Murray Cod producer

Ace Aquatec has installed its first trailer mounted in-water stunner, overseen by Australian distributor Fresh by Design.

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The Power of Insight. Introducing The New FALCON® BIOMASS

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3 reasons to automatically control DO levels while transporting fish

  1. Transport is stressful for fish. Ideal oxygen levels will help mitigate this stress.
  2. Poor or quickly changing water quality can causes stress in fish which may lead to poor survival rates.
  3. Climbing on the truck to take measurements with a handheld meter can be hazardous for the technician.

Controlling oxygen automatically can prevent fish loss, as well as reduce the stress on the fish. Find out more about the InWater monitoring system for live fish transport trucks, please visit www.inwatertech.com » Learn more

Viewpoint: My mission to restore the Mediterranean Sea

The Mediterranean Parliament hopes to restore fish populations that have declined and return the populations to the point where they can sustain regular harvests is a field of study that I promote worldwide. » Read More...
Hatchery 101 

Hatchery 101: Water conservation

Water is the most important resource in a fish hatchery. Thoughtful and efficient use of this natural resource not only ensures production for many more years to come, but it safeguards the health and welfare of the fish stock. » Read More...

Hatchery 101: Energy efficiency

Optimizing your hatchery’s energy consumption can be as simple as turning off unessential electronics or as comprehensive as installing solar panels for an off-grid generator system. To figure out what the right steps for your operations would be, a panel of experts share best practices for energy-efficient operations. » Read More...



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