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Mairi Gougeon MSP at Aquaculture UK 2022

Even more at Aviemore

This year’s edition of the UK’s leading aquaculture trade show promises to be bigger and better than ever This May will see the return of Aquaculture UK, which is once more being held in Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands. With...
Atlantic salmon with gill lesion caused by Tenacibaculosis

Tenacibaculosis – an alternative approach

The Center for Aquaculture Technologies Canada has launched a tenacibaculosis model to assist farms in combating growing disease challenges In 2023, the Norwegian salmon industry experienced the loss of 62.7 million Atlantic salmon before they reached market size, marking an...
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Revolutionising aquaculture safety

OTAQ introduces LPAS to combat harmful algae blooms: a game-changer in aquaculture monitoring Within the aquaculture industry there are increasingly frequent reports of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS) being responsible for devastating fish kill events, in some cases with a single...
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BIO-UV and Pinnacle in partnership for ozone treatments

BIO-UV Group has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with US-headquartered Pinnacle Ozone Solutions to leverage the company’s QUADBLOCK Ozone water treatment products in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.  Pinnacle is one of the largest suppliers of ozone technology...
Brenda Chandler, CEO Nordic Aquafarms

Major setback for US East Coast salmon farm plan

A plan for a large salmon farm on the US East Coast is hanging in the balance following a controversial decision by the local city council. Nordic Aquafarms has been trying for years to build the $500 million facility near...
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Nordic Aqua Partners completes first commercial China harvest

Nordic Aqua Partners has announced the successful completion of its first commercial harvest of Atlantic salmon produced at its facility in Gaotang, eastern China. The company described the achievement as a major operational milestone for Nordic Aqua which would now...
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Atlantic salmon with gill lesion caused by Tenacibaculosis

Tenacibaculosis – an alternative approach

The Center for Aquaculture Technologies Canada has launched a tenacibaculosis model to assist farms in combating growing disease challenges In 2023, the Norwegian salmon industry experienced the loss of 62.7...
Example AI performance

Revolutionising aquaculture safety

OTAQ introduces LPAS to combat harmful algae blooms: a game-changer in aquaculture monitoring Within the aquaculture industry there are increasingly frequent reports of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS) being responsible for...
Bio-UV Group Pinnacle

BIO-UV and Pinnacle in partnership for ozone treatments

BIO-UV Group has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with US-headquartered Pinnacle Ozone Solutions to leverage the company’s QUADBLOCK Ozone water treatment products in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. ...
Ozone technology in fish farming process

Aquaculture technology and biosecurity

Advanced aquaculture technology is enhancing biosecurity and fish welfare, writes Iain Brown, Industry Sales Engineer, Xylem UK and Ireland Leading aquaculture experts from Xylem will deliver a keynote address at...
UCO’s Netfix system on an ROV

UCO nets a solution to the problem of containment 

Maintaining the integrity of nets is essential for a fish farm – but can be expensive. Fortunately, there is an answer to the dilemma Containment of stock is a key...
Tritonia are working to develop a regulatory standard for hard substrates beneath fish farms using ROV based 3D photogrammetry

Enhancing aquaculture operations

A comprehensive solution from Tritonia and Ocean Ecology Tritonia Scientific provide underwater surveying through the use of remote sensing techniques (multibeam, sidescan and ROV – remotely operated vehicle – visual...
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Quality Monitor, Lerwick

We’re currently recruiting for a Quality Monitor at our Lerwick processing plant. The role is within our Quality team who are responsible for ensuring the highest welfare, food safety and...
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Senior Husbandry, Orkney

Are you a highly motivated individual looking to expand your career? We are currently recruiting for a Senior Husbandry role to support the Farm manager in the day-to-day operation of...
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Electrical/Maintenance Engineer, Girlsta Hatchery

At Scottish Sea Farms we are committed to supporting local economies in some of the most remote parts of the Scottish Highlands and Islands by providing employment and career development...
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Features

Mairi Gougeon MSP at Aquaculture UK 2022

Even more at Aviemore

This year’s edition of the UK’s leading aquaculture trade show promises to be bigger and better than ever This May will see the return of Aquaculture UK, which is once...
Pike perch

Fit for an emperor

A RAS farm in Germany has been leading the way in raising pike-perch for the table at a commercial scale. Robert Outram reports Mark Saalmann has some advice for any...
Moen Marine hydrogen boat

Innovation at sea

The marine sector is changing, with alternative fuels and bigger vessels coming onto the market, says Sandy Neil The world’s first hydrogen workboat, the UK’s first 100% electric workboat, the...
Oyster depuration

Emerging innovations for the shellfish industry

Innovation could help the shellfish industry adapt to restrictions posed since Brexit, writes Martin Sutcliffe Water quality is an important issue for the aquaculture sector and can be incredibly varied...
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Fjords, the Faroes and flying fish

For a small fish farming nation, this rocky archipelago punches above its weight, writes Robert Outram. Additional reporting: Vince McDonagh The Faroese Research establishment formerly known as Fiskaaling has a...
Air freight

Hurdles get higher

Bureaucracy, import duty and international tension are holding back seafood trade, the Norwegian Seafood Council says. Vince McDonagh reports War, international unrest and inflation are creating major challenges for seafood...
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Opinion

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The speed of reaction

Opinion piece by Nick Joy I admit that my mind might not be quite on the job at the moment. Coming back from Sicily by car has been quite an...
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Southern exposure

Scotland was well-represented at the Aquasur trade show in Chile, as Mairi Gougeon reports I have recently returned from an official visit to Chile, promoting Scotland’s aquaculture sector and exceptional...
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Why we need exports

By Nick Joy Travelling to Europe is a wonderful thing for widening the mind but also reminding me how much we continue to depend on the good taste of our...
Norwegian Minister for Fisheries and Ocean Policy Cecilie Myrseth

Building up an appetite

How to persuade UK consumers to eat more seafood was a key issue at the Norway-UK Seafood Summit, reports Dr Martin Jaffa At the end of February, Norway came to...
Loch Linnhe

But where are the lice?

Modelling for the supposed prevalence of sea lice is not backed up by samples taken in the field, says Dr Martin Jaffa Congratulations to the Fish Farmer magazine team for...
Fish farm salmon round nets in natural environment Loch Awe Arygll and Bute Scotland

The great masquerade

Salmon Scotland Chief Executive Tavish Scott addresses the blurring of the lines between activism and journalism, and highlights the desperate tactics of anti-salmon campaigners Our sector has hundreds of brilliantly...
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Events

Aquaculture America ‘will be in-person event’

Aquaculture America, one of the leading trade shows for the sector, is due to go ahead as an in-person event in August, organisers say. The largest aquaculture event in the...

Madeira is still on, AE2021 organisers say

The organisers of Aquaculture Europe 2021 (AE2021) are confident that the event will be able to go ahead as an in-person conference in Madeira this October. An annual event, Aquaculture...

Covid-19 puts Aquanor format in question again

The format of one of the aquaculture industry’s leading trade events remains in the balance, following the announcement by the organisers of Aquanor that a decision will be made on...

Seafood Expo North America cancelled over health concerns

Seafood Expo North America, one of the leading events for the industry, has been cancelled because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The event, due to be held in Boston, Massachusetts...

Resilience is theme for Adisseo’s Aqu@Event

Feed business Adisseo is hosting the first of a new series of Aqu@Event online conferences on March 30-31. The theme of the first event is “The New Normal in Aquaculture:...
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Machinery from well-known crustacean and mollusc processor goes to auction

On behalf of Prins and Dingemanse in Yerseke (NL), Industrial Auctions is organising an online auction with a large amount of processing machinery for their well-known products such...
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