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Coming up, Down Under

Every Christmas Eve – before the pandemic struck – Australians would descend on big city seafood markets in their tens of thousands buying up salmon, prawns and almost every type […] Continue Reading

Making waves

Sound waves are a non-lethal way to deter seals, but there is a debate over their use. Sandy Neil reports It’s a simple question fish farmers face: how do you […] Continue Reading

Must fish fly?

Salmon are meant to swim, not fly! With these words Atli Gregersen, owner of the Faroese fish farming company Hiddenfjord, sparked off a major debate inside the industry after he […] Continue Reading

A long road ahead

Some of the post-Brexit problems faced by UK seafood exporters have been fixed but there is still plenty to be done, reports Sandy Neil It’s one thing after another. No […] Continue Reading

They know their plaice

Trials aimed at breeding plaice under farming conditions have proved highly successful, less than two years after getting underway. The results have even surprised the scientists at Norway’s Institute of […] Continue Reading

Northern star

Iceland’s fish farming saga is on the verge of an exciting new chapter. A new force in Atlantic salmon farming is starting to make its presence felt on the world […] Continue Reading

The right kind of fat

Omega-3 oils really do make a difference in salmon feed, Vincent McDonagh reports. New research by Nofima, Norway’s highly respected Food Research Institute, has confirmed that increased levels of omega-3 […] Continue Reading

Open minds

The US public could be ready to give aquaculture a cautious welcome, a new survey suggests. For a people renowned for enterprise and innovation, especially in food production, Americans have […] Continue Reading