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October 18, 2019
Reed Mariculture

Whole Oceans appoints new hatchery manager for Maine operations

Maine, USA-based fish farm company Whole Oceans has chosen a person with more than 20 years of progressive experience in recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) to manage its hatchery operations.

UK’s FloGro Fresh plans shrimp hatchery build

In response to increasing demand, FloGro Fresh shrimp farm are planning to build a hatchery. The UK-based operation, which grows shrimp to 30 grams before selling them to the local market, claims to be the first in the region to farm Whiteleg Shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei).

Official report inconclusive on Noon’s Creek fish losses

Department of Fisheries and Oceans investigation into the causes of significant fish losses at the Noon’s Creek Hatchery in British Columbia, Canada, was able to rule out a virus or disease, but was unable to pinpoint a specific cause.
Top 10 Under 40 
Top 10 Under 40

Brittany Palm-Flawd: Teach them how to fish

Book smarts and street smarts. These two skills embody the professional work of Brittany Palm-Flawd. She grew up in a fishing community in Long Island, New York. Even as a kid, she already exhibited a keen interest in marine life.

Meet one of Hatchery’s International’s Top 10 Under 40.
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Insect feed

Buzzing about insect feed

The black soldier fly is the superfood of superfood, and it’s unlocking the future of sustainable feed production. » Read more

Research in octopus breeding makes headway

Researchers at Nueva Pescanova Group in Spain announced in July that 50 octopuses of the common variety (Octopus vulgaris) that were born in captivity in 2018 have matured. One of them has even laid some eggs. » Read more

70th Annual NWFCC

Dec. 3 – 5, 2019 » Read more