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August 2, 2019

Oregon hatchery gets another chance at life with new funding

The 70-year old Leaburg Fish Hatchery on the McKenzie River in Oregon, U.S.A., was set to close July 1st, when funding for the hatchery was not included in the state’s budget, but efforts from the community have given this hatchery a new lease on life.

Indian state imports rainbow trout eggs from Denmark

In order to meet the demand for fish, Indian state Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) will be importing rainbow trout seed from Denmark.

New vaccine targets Nodavirus in sea bass

Mediterranean producers and veterinarians associated with Mediterranean aquaculture were present at the recent launch of HIPRA’s new injectable vaccine against Nodavirus for sea bass, Icthiovac VNN.

Oyster breeding project seen transformative for Eastern Canada

New Brunswick’s biggest hatchery is beginning a four-year project with Dr. Louis Bernatchez of Université Laval, called “Genomics for developing the first Canadian production-ready strain of selectively bred Eastern oyster.” » Read more

BP invests in start-up to produce fish protein with natural gas

BP Ventures has made an investment of $30 million in Calysta, Inc., an alternative protein producer, that will use BP’s natural gas to produce protein for fish, livestock and pet feeds. » Read more

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