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Salmon farmers feel the heat

With the south-coast beaches and coves of Newfoundland caked in salmon fat last October, it became easier for everyone—scientist, salmon farmer, and citizen—to imagine the unimaginable impact of climate change, which will only get worse, according to the lead researcher of a new study.

Canadian study outlines approaches to avoid early maturation in Arctic char

When Arctic char reach sexual maturity prior to harvest, meat yield and quality decrease. This problem has dogged Canadian attempts to expand profitable production of this promising candidate for aquaculture. But new and encouraging strategies both at the hatchery level and grow-out phase are emerging, according to experts.
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Growing body of evidence makes case for offshore mussel farming

Calling it “an opportunity too good to ignore,” NOAA scientists are giving a thumbs-up to offshore mussel farming in the Northeast United States based on new research and a trove of data. » Read more

Trout fed with enriched soybean meal outshine counterparts

An enhanced soybean-based fish feed called EnzoMeal has improved the performance of rainbow trout compared to fish that consumed regular soybean meal, trials show. » Read more

Fillet of salmon unchanged with diet of fly larvae meal

A study that aimed to assess the quality of fillets of Atlantic salmon fed solely or partially with black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) larvae meal found no adverse effect on the quality and taste of the fillets. » Read more
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