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Early weaning of larval giant Galaxias argenteus in New Zealand

Weaning period of larval giant larval giant kōkopu, Galaxias argenteus, was shortened in a study conducted in New Zealand, providing an option in significantly decreasing the expensive live prey feeding period.

An Armenian hatchery produces same-sex caviar

A family of Armenian fish farmers has discovered a way of producing rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) caviar, from which only female fish hatches. Their hatchery is now on the fast track to boosting production.
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Download Xelect's free guide to tilapia genetics

Xelect have published the latest in their series of detailed guides explaining how genetic breeding programmes work for key species. The latest guide focuses on tilapia, and explains the history of tilapia breeding, how traits can improve, advantages of male vs female production and the principles of genetic selection. » Download the guide here.
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The oyster choice

To say the oyster industry in the Gulf Coast of the U.S. has had a difficult last three years would be an extreme understatement. But companies like Triple N Oysters of Baton Rouge, La. are doing their best to give it a solid future. » Read more
Top 10 under 40 winner

Rachael Wilbourn
Devoted geneticist

Rachael Wilbourn, 35, never really considered a career in aquaculture. She described it as sheer luck. Throughout her academic career, her focus had always been on the evolution and ecology of wild animal populations. When her post-doctoral contract at the University of Edinburgh was coming to an end, she found a position as a laboratory manager at Xelect in St. Andrews, Scotland. » Learn more
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RAS Academy

World Aquaculture 2022

Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 2022
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71st Northwest Fish Culture Concepts

Dec. 6-8, 2022
Portland, Ore., USA
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