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Sept. 11, 2019
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Survey reveals extent of financial burden on US trout farmers

At the annual conference of trout farmers in the United States in Seattle, WA on Thursday, results of a major survey that measured the farm-level costs of regulations were unveiled. This gives regulatory agencies, policy makers and the trout industry itself a clearer picture of the costs of regulatory compliance.

Feed, fish health innovations need pathway to commercialization

Despite the lag, venture capitalist Dr. Michael Helmstetter, finds promise in innovations taking place in the area of aquaculture feeds. He points to companies, from startups to multinationals, which are pursuing fishmeal alternatives. An even greater opportunity may come with new, more efficient ways to deliver vaccines.

Cost of regs, fish health top U.S. trout farmers’ agenda

Results from a major study on the regulatory costs on US salmonid farms was a hot-button topic at the United States Trout Farmers Association Fall Conference but it was just one of the many pressing issues that commanded the attention of attendees. » Read More

Whole Oceans gets nod for new RAS build in Maine

Whole Oceans’ plans for a 945,000-square-foot land-based recirculating aquaculture system has received approval from the Bucksport Planning Board in Maine, U.S.A. » Read More
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Aquaculture Innovation Europe

Sept. 10 – 11
Location: London, UK
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Cold Harvest 2019

Sept. 24-26, 2019
Location: Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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Aquaculture Europe 2019

Oct. 7 – 10
Location: Berlin, Germany
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RAStech 2020

November 16 – 17, 2020
Location:South Carolina, U.S.A.
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