Features

Electric shock

Well, what a couple of months it’s been. In Fish Farmer’s September issue, we looked at the Russo-Ukrainian War in Europe raging on, and food and fuel costs rocketing up. […] Continue Reading

Yes, we kanpachi!

Any connection between aerospace engineering and ocean fish farming may not be an obvious one, but the results of a crossover between the two will soon be evident on the […] Continue Reading

Frozen assets

An important discovery for mussel hatchery production was announced in August, with the publishing in Nature of results from a long-term study funded by the ASSEMBLE Plus project. The report, […] Continue Reading

Buon appetito!

Italians, noted for their sports cars and world class cuisine, have discovered a new addiction – salmon. According to the latest report from the Norwegian Seafood Council, sales of the […] Continue Reading

Steely determination

When the Fish Farmer team visited Kames’ headquarters in Kilmelford, the west coast of Scotland had just seen several days of heavy rain. The water in the hatchery tanks, normally […] Continue Reading

No place like home

Noemi Lorenzo-Vidaña began work as a seawater health manager and veterinarian at Mowi Scotland earlier this year. She says: “When I started my new job in aquaculture, I was very […] Continue Reading

Partnership potential

Wave energy leaders are targeting aquaculture as a potential development partner with the industries combining to harness the power of the ocean to their mutual benefit. The prospect of taking […] Continue Reading