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Livestock and Fish breeding better farm animals and fish for developing countries

Composite of parts of two paintings: A Cow Like That Gives 5,000 Liters a Day, by Maria Primachenko, and Fish, by Aldemir Martins (both via WikiArt). 1,608 more words

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Improving fish health management in Egypt

Already the tenth largest aquaculture producer in the world, Egypt is striving to intensify the country’s production of farmed fish, particularly tilapia, to meet growing demand. 469 more words

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Workshop explores the future of fish in Bangladesh

Fish is a staple food and key source of nutrition and income for the people of Bangladesh, whose population will reach more than 185 million by 2030. 324 more words

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Livestock and Fish project to upgrade fish feed production practices in Bangladesh

Feed production is an important part of the aquaculture value chain as the quality directly impacts the productivity and profitability of a fish farm.

To improve feed quality in Bangladesh, a new project funded by Katalyst and implemented by WorldFish commenced on 1 October 2014. 182 more words

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Egyptian fish farmers learn best aquaculture practices

Aquaculture in Egypt employs more than 140,000 people and, as market demand grows, the industry has boomed over the last two decades and continues to grow at a rapid pace. 103 more words

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Conference on diseases in Asian aquaculture brings together animal health experts

Three aquatic diseases, Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome (EUS) of fresh and brackishwater fishes in 1980’s, White Spot Disease (WSD) of shrimp in the 1990’s and the infamous shrimp Acute Hepatopancreatic Necrosis Disease (AHPND) have contributed to fostering a strong, scientific network among aquatic animal health experts in the Asian region over the past 25 years. 240 more words

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New feed technology to offer more nutritious and sustainable aquaculture in Vietnam

As the global population grows, so does the demand for fish and the pressure on aquaculture to increase productivity. This is particularly true in Vietnam where the population will increase by 15% to 103 million by 2030. 733 more words

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