Having surpassed all objectives in lab-scale trials and commercial prototypes, Billund Aquaculture and Aquapurna are preparing for large-scale production in Germany.
The feed technology concept is based on waterborne transport and dosing of fish feed in RAS.
With approvals received for Mowi Scotland’s broodstock and egg facility at Ardessie, the first eggs have now been collected from specially selected Mowi broodstock.
The report, funded by The Global Shrimp Forum Foundation, studied the most effective ways that shrimp consumption can be better promoted.
A filter that removes carbon dioxide from holding tanks experienced a "structural collapse".
JALA is a digital ecosystem enabler for the shrimp industry value chain, providing comprehensive end-to-end solutions to streamline the shrimp farming process.
With over ten years of prior collaboration, the companies will now work together to develop high-quality, nutritionally optimized feeds using Calanus finmarchicus-based ingredients.
The company will deliver electro and automation solutions, process equipment, and support systems for new smolt facility of Helgeland Smolt.
The company has implemented robust initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, promote fair labor practices and foster ethical business conduct.
Aquarech streamlines the production behind fish farming with a mobile app platform that allows manufacturers, farmers, and buyers to trade, buy, and sell quality fish feed.
BIO-UV Group was selected to supply its innovative ozone generator to Cermaq’s new salmon farm in Chile.
Aquaculture hatcheries traditionally rely on rotifer and Artemia as live feeds for the early larval stages. But technology is evolving and has allowed the industrial production of other live feed species and smaller dry feeds.
Hatchery Feed & Management hosted this webinar to discuss some of these recent innovations, with two of the recent disruptors in live feeds, CFEED and Planktonic, and inert feeds with BioMar.
Moderator: George Koumoundouros, Professor of Marine Biology, University of Crete
The main discussions were focused on the current low shrimp price crisis due to oversupply and how to make the industry more profitable and more resilient.
High raw material costs are affecting shrimp farmers but also feed producers, a situation that was forecasted to change in the next nine months.
“The launch of this framework for credible AIPs, together with the support and investment that ASC aims to provide to the sector, will be a game changer to the industry,” said Roy van Daatselaar in an interview at the launch of the program.
In a recent interview, the company highlighted a reduction of the carbon footprint through the value chain, sourcing sustainable and alternative feed ingredients and supporting farmers as some of the key highlights of its sustainability improvements.
SyAqua Group recently appointed Fred Kao as chief executive oﬃcer. Hatchery Feed & Management talked with Kao to get some insights on where the company is today and future prospects for its genetics and nutrition hatchery businesses.
Seabass and seabream are the most commonly farmed species in the Mediterranean Sea. Despite being a consolidated industry, there is still room for improvement.
The company recently launched an innovative shrimp hatchery feed and has several innovations in the pipeline that will radically change the way shrimp hatchery production is approached.
Asian farmers are struggling to make shrimp farms profitable mainly due to diseases. How could farm profitability and success increase in this area? In the third and last part of the shrimp series, stakeholders discuss issues in the Asian market but also the future challenges in Ecuador.
Would it be possible to standardize hatchery feed protocols? In this second article in the shrimp series, stakeholders discuss recent feed developments, eyestalk ablation and the potential of new management tools.
By providing real-time data on six key areas of the aquatic microbiome, the app provides insights that enable users to make informed decisions.
The system is a cost-effective and flexible method to produce high-quality fish with minimum environmental impact.
The company, together with Aris, developed an automated rotifer and Artemia counting tool that requires far less time and effort while offering unparalleled precision.
EVONTA®-MF200se is the first commercially available device for fully automatic testing and diagnostics of fish eggs.