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August 9, 2019

Ukraine floodings cause damage to fish farms

Fish farms have been among the businesses that were negatively affected by the floods of an unprecedented scale that captured nearly half of the Western Ukraine.

Superfeed helps keep tilapia bacteria-free

Global feed manufacturer Skretting launched a new superfeed to help tilapia fight off bacterial challenges during the hot summer seasons.

Sales veteran joins Troutlodge

Troutlodge has announced a new addition to its sales team. Sam Bowman will focus on developing a number of markets where the company currently operates and intends to see a strengthened position.

Australian rainbow trout hatchery gets million-dollar upgrade

Goulburn River Trout is one of the oldest aquaculture enterprises in Australia. Established by the Leake family in 1974 as an adjunct to their dairy farm, it was bought by the Meggitt family in 1990. To make life easier and for greater seedstock security, the company recently upgraded its hatchery at a cost of about a million dollars. » Read more

Study probes black soldier fly diet for Japanese seabass

A study in Guangzhou, China concluded that up to 64 per cent of defatted black soldier fly larvae meal can be used as replacement for fishmeal in the diet of juvenile Japanese seabass (Lateolabrax japonicas) without altering growth performance, hepatic and intestinal histomorphology. » Read more

Aqua Nor

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