The July issue of Fish Farmer magazine is online now The July issue of Fish Farmer magazine is out now, packed as ever with news and features. To access the latest edition online, click here. Norcod is currently the front […] NRS shareholders fight shy of NTS offer Aquaculture group NTS may be forced to raise its bid price if it wants to acquire Norway Royal Salmon. The latest reports suggest a lukewarm response from shareholders to the […] BC farmers highlight innovation in the industry A report from the British Columbia Salmon Farmers Association has highlighted the sector’s advances in technology on a wide range of fronts, from ocean-based containment systems to sea lice treatment […] SalMar chief in warning over wealth tax A war of words has broken out between SalMar chief  Gustav Witzøe and some of Norway’s left leaning parties over proposals to raise the country’s wealth tax. Norwegians go to […] RSPCA Assured clears Mowi of welfare allegations Animal welfare certification body RSPCA Assured has cleared Mowi Scotland, following a complaint of alleged welfare abuse from anti-salmon farming group Scottish Salmon Watch. RSPCA Assured carried out an investigation […] AquaBounty announces new site for GMO salmon US-based GMO salmon farmer AquaBounty has selected an appropriately named venue for its first full scale site – Pioneer, Ohio. AquaBounty’s AquAdvantage fish are the first GMO (genetically modified organism) […] EU says salmon price fixing probe is still active The European Union has made it clear that it has not dropped its anti-trust investigation into allegations of price fixing by Norwegian salmon farmers. A similar inquiry is also active […] Trio of Investors in People awards for SSF Scottish Sea Farms has been recognised for its commitment to jobs, training and employee wellbeing with three Investors in People awards. The company retained its We Invest in People Platinum […] The third wave Norcod’s CEO believes that the secret to successful cod farming has finally been cracked. In the race to restart Norway’s cod farming industry, Norcod is in pole position. Following a […]

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The third wave

Norcod’s CEO believes that the secret to successful cod farming has finally been cracked. In the race to restart Norway’s cod farming industry, Norcod is in pole position. Following a […] Continue Reading

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Fender – ON YOUR SIDE

We are a newly started engineering company in Norway with a goal to provide independent engineering, inspection and certification services for fish farmers and equipment suppliers. As an independent partner […] Continue Reading

Experience in aquaculture

Don’t ignore the human factor when it comes to risk management Fish farming is subject to many risks, some of which, such as extreme weather events, cannot be avoided. However, […] Continue Reading

Strong proof of concept

Production of large Rainbow trout in salty or brackish environments has always been associated with the risk of vibriosis (V. anguillarum), with vaccination being the only protective measure so far. […] Continue Reading

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Field Engineer – Argyll

Scottish Sea Farms are a recognised employer within remote areas of the West Coast and Scottish Highlands and Islands. Providing industry leading personal learning and development paths, our aim is […] Continue Reading

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Reef relief

Norwegian salmon farmer Kvarøy Arctic is supporting a more diversified, equitable, and climate-change resilient food system through its contribution to two aquaculture projects in a not-for-profit initiative. The two projects […] Continue Reading

Solid solution

Øymerd’s floating islands should be tough enough to face the roughest seas. It is the latest in a growing line of futuristic offshore salmon projects that look more like space […] Continue Reading

Counter measures

‘Multichannel marketing’ and livestreaming could get consumers back to the fishmonger, a report suggests No nation is buying as much seafood on-line today as China – and that includes its […] Continue Reading

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Fishy statistics

Dr Martin Jaffa asks: has the pandemic reversed the long decline in fresh fish consumption? A new report commissioned by the Alaskan Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) would seem to suggest […] Continue Reading

Never-ending Brexit

The UK’s European divorce continues to have repercussions for the salmon industry It always used to be said that Scottish devolution was “a process not an event”. Well, it seems […] Continue Reading

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