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December 21, 2018

Few hatchery brook trout genes in PA wild fish: study

A doctoral student studying ecology at Pennsylvania State University studied the genes of wild brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) found in the Loyalsock Cree and while she found evidence of introgression in relatively few fish – six percent of her sample – she did find evidence of introgression in unexpected areas.

Aquaculture industry educator honoured

The British Trout Association recently held its annual conference at University Centre Sparsholt in Winchester, United Kingdom.

Global Aquaculture Awards accepting applications

The 2019 Aquaculture Awards are now officially open for industry individuals and companies across the globe to enter.

Smart farms

The tide is shifting for the aquaculture industry. The global demand for fish production and the uncertainty of offshore aquaculture is a cause of great concern. As a result, it has become critical to implement sustainable inland fish farms utilizing recirculating aquaculture systems to increase fish production to meet this global demand. » Read more

Practical ways to build knowledge base in RAS operations

The expanding land-based aquaculture industry requires skilled staff, and experienced RAS operators remain in demand. However, there are many opportunities at both new and existing facilities for new operators to develop confidence in operating RAS. » Read more

Jensorter expands production

Fish egg sorter and counter manufacturer Jensorter has expanded production by adding a new facility in Hillsboro, Oregon. » Read more

Maximizing profits for shrimp farmers

Shrimp and fish farmers and hatchery owners no longer need to rely on manual data entry to monitor their stocks and maximize profitability. » Read more

RAStech 2019

May 13-14, 2019 » Read more