The July issue of Fish Farmer is out now online The July 2022 issue of Fish Farmer magazine is out now and you can read it here. This month’s issue focuses on Ireland, a country that could be described as […] Mark of quality The certification scheme operated by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) is one of the most widely used and recognised in the seafood sector. So far in Scotland, 22 salmon farms […] Salmon prices drop more than 8% Will Norway’s astonishing salmon export boom come to an end – or at least a temporary end – over the next couple of months? This is the question being asked […] Kingfish Zeeland achieves antibiotic-free status The Kingfish Company has become the first fish farmer in Europe to successfully complete a pilot of the new “Raised Without Antibiotics” Standard. The company produces yellowtail kingfish at its […] Seafood tourism initiative hailed as success More than 20 businesses so far have taken part in a mentoring programme aimed at promoting “seafood tourism” in Scotland. The series of webinars have been created as part of […] Trout farmer in wave power world first Norwegian trout farming company Svanøy Havbruk is set to become the world’s first aquaculture business to use wave power to generate electricity. The work was carried out at the company’s site […] Loch Duart brings the Highlands to the Hamptons Independent Scottish salmon farmer Loch Duart was one of the main sponsors at a high-end fashion event in New York, showcasing designers from Scotland. The Dressed to Kilt charity fashion […] Go west Few people were surprised when land-based fish farming new boy Salmon Evolution announced last month that it was looking to North America for long term growth prospects. The company, due […]

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Brimming with quality

Brimmond have a strong track record of successfully supplying and servicing marine cranes to suit client requests. They sell, stock, rent, refurbish, repair and upgrade a diverse and ever-increasing range […] Continue Reading

The best of both worlds

Rainbow trout has been part of the Norwegian based AquaGen AS’s breeding program since the early 1970s. Through more than 17 generations of intensive family breeding, direct selection for performance […] Continue Reading

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Go west

Few people were surprised when land-based fish farming new boy Salmon Evolution announced last month that it was looking to North America for long term growth prospects. The company, due […] Continue Reading

Mark of quality

The certification scheme operated by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) is one of the most widely used and recognised in the seafood sector. So far in Scotland, 22 salmon farms […] Continue Reading

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Stemming the tide

I recently participated in the Seafood Matters meeting held at Stirling University and co-hosted by Lancaster University and the University of Aberdeen. I was specifically asked to answer the following […] Continue Reading

Message in a box

Tucked away in the corner of one of the bigger barns at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Show was a three-metre cube with three simple words on it: “Scottish Salmon Experience.” It […] Continue Reading

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Book now for AE2022 Rimini

The deadline for early bird registration at Aquaculture Europe, taking place this September in Rimini, Italy, has been extended to 1 August. Aquaculture Europe 2022 (AE2022), organised by the European […] Continue Reading

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