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Multi-species hatchery push in the Philippines

A ₱30million (US $ 594,000) multi-species hatchery project in the Philippines’ Albay province is expected to give the region’s aquaculture industry a boost. The hatchery project looks to significantly contribute in addressing the deficiency in the supply of fish seedlings to the aquaculture sectors of the province of Albay and the Bicol Region.

Cargill invests in Salmon Evolution with new agreement

Land-based salmon farming company, Salmon Evolution, has entered a partnership agreement with Cargill, which consists of an investment and aquafeed supply contract.

Nornickel to pay billions for three new hatcheries

Russian state fisheries agency, Rosrybolovstvo, has filed a claim for 58.7 billion rubles (US $814 million) in damages from the world’s major nickel and palladium producer, Nornickel, over a devastating Arctic fuel spill in 2020.
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Dao Van Chuong

Growing up in the coastal province of Ninh Thuam in Vietnam, Doa Van Chuong learned that the fisheries and hatchery industry was the heart of the region's economy. After graduating from the Faculty of Fisheries at Nha Trang University, he quickly realized he wanted to start his own production company. >> Learn more

Essentials for a successful grade

Grading is an essential farm task at any production facility, especially for juvenile fish, but it is also a very stressful event for the fish. However, if done effectively, grading is very safe and can be done without mortality. Proper setup, inspection and monitoring are key to ensuring a successful grade. » Read more
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Scottish researchers look to take pro-active approach in mitigating shellfish diseases

Scottish aquaculture researchers are looking for a way to help detect the presence of a range of diseases and biofouling species impacting oysters and mussels, by developing a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method. The project could lead to a significant boost in the health and wellbeing of both species of shellfish. » Learn more

Boosting biosecurity for the shrimp industry

A new research project being carried out in Australia, “Demonstrating the impact of prawn viruses on prawn aquaculture production”, is focusing on pathogens found on Australian shrimp farms and looks to give producers a better understanding on how to mitigate them in the future. » Learn more
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International Vaccines Congress 2021

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