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10 farm fish stories

What experts tell me about aquaculture, the world’s fastest-growing food source.

  1. Nigerian catfish are bred so densely you can walk across their ponds.
  2. “In an urban environment, why not use a rooftop to grow fish in a couple of recirculating ponds?”
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University of Guelph: U of G Researchers Ensure Access to Nutritional Information for Farmed Fish and Aquatic Organisms

The University of Guelph has created a nutrition information database for the needs of farmed fish and other farmed aquatic organisms. “Although specific nutritional requirements for terrestrial animals like cattle, swine and poultry are well known by the producers who raise them, this is not the case for aquaculture. 67 more words

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4th Indonesia Research Day Panelist: Kurniawan

Kurniawan is a Master of Science (Aquaculture) student at the School of Biological Science, Flinders University. He received Bachelor Degree in fisheries from Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) in 2001. 236 more words


A new chapter: Chile

On the growing list of cool and unusual experiences I’ve had this year, I can now add time travel. I left New Zealand on the 22nd of February at 8pm and, after a 15-hour flight, arrived in Chile on the 22nd of February at 7pm. 835 more words


PAMALAKAYA rejects BFAR’s National Mariculture Program

PAMALAKAYA rejects BFAR’s National Mariculture Program

Manila, Philippines – The militant fisherfolk group Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (PAMALAKAYA-Pilipinas) on Friday expressed its opposition on the proposed National Mariculture Program (NMP) which aims to establish mariculture parks and zones in duly designated areas located within the municipal waters. 351 more words


In a first, deadly disease diagnosed in B.C. salmon


A new study has found heart and skeletal muscle inflammation disease in B.C. farmed salmon. Photograph By Marine Harvest Canada… 1,022 more words