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October 23, 2019
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Salmon farmers react to Liberal win in federal elections

The Liberal Party’s victory in the recent Canadian federal elections has renewed concerns over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s campaign promise to phase out salmon net pen farming to land-based aquaculture by 2025.

Insect feed innovations take flight

In the last decade, feed manufacturers and suppliers have been looking to plant-based alternatives like soy and algae, but vegetable proteins have even higher environmental costs. Insect feed might be the next frontier in developing alternatives to supply aquaculture’s pursuit to feed the world.
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Diseases and Disorders of Finfish in Cage Culture, 2nd Edition

This new edition is a timely update on important advances in the understanding of infectious diseases of finfish. The content has been significantly updated to reflect current knowledge and developments in the fish production industry, including the dramatic increases in production in the Asia-Pacific region. An important resource for aquaculturalists, fish health consultants and fish pathologists. Learn More

Whole Oceans granted lease rights to former paper mills site

Whole Oceans announced that it has reached a significant stage in its plan for a US$180-million land-based aquaculture facility in Bucksport, Maine. » Read More

Feed producer pledges $2M for alternative feed R&D

Global feeds manufacturer Skretting is earmarking US$2 million in 2020 to fund the development of alternative feed ingredients for the aquaculture industry. » Read More

It’s a tough business, but science offers hope

North American farmers face economic pressure from costs of regulations, fish health and imports. » Read More


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