What’s New

The November issue of Fish Farmer is online now After nearly two years of peering at each other on screen, the aquaculture industry is cautiously returning to in-person events. Last month the European Aquaculture Society held its annual conference, […] Ocean Infinity signs major robot deal with Saab Seaeye SAAB Seaeye, a British based company building underwater remotely operated vessels, has signed a potentially ground-breaking deal to sell 10 of its latest eWROV vehicles to the marine robotics company […] Being Isolated Isolating specific strains is a key control point in disease prevention The period between 2012 and 2018 saw a steady increase in the prevalence, in Norway, of Yersiniosis or Enteric […] Managing aquaculture risk In-depth knowledge of the industry makes Sunderland Marine an invaluable resource for fish farmers With farmed fish under increasing threat from environmental conditions – including algal blooms caused by excess […] Stunningly effective – Humane smolt stunner helps hatcheries target new markets Ace Aquatec’s humane smolt stunner can help the aquaculture sector further reduce its carbon footprint by converting waste into a natural, healthy and safe ingredient for pet food products and […] SSC chooses Boris Net for bird protection Following highly successful sea trials, Boris Net has received a large follow up order for its innovative High Pole Bird Net system, from the Scottish Salmon Company. MD John Howard […] Getting up close and hands on At Collins Nets we have been manufacturing our range of hand nets for over 35 years. Now the leading supplier to many Scottish, English and International fish farms, our stainless […] Catamaran gets new lease of life It has been a busy few months for the team at Ross-shire Diving Services Ltd. While the divers have been kept busy servicing the fish farms, the office staff have […] Digestive and metabolic enhancers to optimize feed-fish compatibility Compatibility of feeds with fish digestive and metabolic capacities is paramount for optimal growth performance and health. Suboptimal levels of dietary lipids, the inclusion of plant ingredients, or the seasonal […]

Being Isolated

Isolating specific strains is a key control point in disease prevention The period between 2012 and 2018 saw a steady increase in the prevalence, in Norway, of Yersiniosis or Enteric […] Continue Reading

Managing aquaculture risk

In-depth knowledge of the industry makes Sunderland Marine an invaluable resource for fish farmers With farmed fish under increasing threat from environmental conditions – including algal blooms caused by excess […] Continue Reading

One system does it all

Aquacom is a leading IT system for maintenance, assets control, quality and planning in the aquaculture industry, with users all around the world. Mørenot’s customers use Aquacom through the whole […] Continue Reading

Excellent opportunities

Swansea University delivers excellence in aquaculture education, research and innovation Aquaculture offers an incredibly diverse job opportunity. If you are a student just starting, changing careers, or wish to upskill […] Continue Reading