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First hatchery launched in Siberia

Private entrepreneur Alexander Petrov is currently completing a hatchery within his fish farm in Kurgan Oblast, Russia. This is the first facility of its kind in this part of the country, and as soon as it is launched it would dramatically reduce the import-dependence of the region in stocking material.

Canadian study explores methods to trigger spawning in sea cucumber

A study at the Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada investigated methods used to trigger spawning and artificially induce maturation in sea cucumber (Cucumaria frondosa).

Zeigler’s new hire

Scott Snyder has joined Zeigler Bros., Inc. as the company’s new nutritional technology manager. In his role, Snyder will provide nutritional and technical support for domestic aquaculture production and customers as well as international licensees.

We are what we eat, also they are…

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Inside Marine Harvest’s new Inchmore hatchery

Looking back at the opening of Marine Harvest’s new Inchmore hatchery, freshwater manager John Richmond is optimistic. The new hatchery was established to increase Marine Harvest’s capacity to supply smolts. As the company expands its seawater operations, a number of new offshore sites have recently opened. The Inchmore facility will provide the smolts required for the company to meet the increasing demand for its salmon. The first batch of smolts could be produced by September 2018. » Read more

Raising RAS-reared trout for local lakes

About three hours north of Toronto in Ontario, Canada, a not-for-profit trout hatchery has mastered the art of sustainable stocking. At a time when the aquaculture industry is just beginning to ramp up efforts to increase adoption of land-based fish farming technologies, the North Hastings Community Fish Hatchery in Bancroft, Ont., has used nothing but a recirculating aquaculture system since it began operations in 2008. » Read more

Aqua 2018

Aug 25-29, 2018 » Read more

Laqua 18

Oct 23 - 26, 2018 » Read more