The companies partnered to combine feed and vaccines to protect trout from Lactococcus garvieae infection.
Researchers conducted trials in larvae and juveniles to study the effects of varying levels of minerals, vitamin D and vitamin K on growth and skeletal health.
Global animal health company renews co-funding with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to advance the health and productivity of fish producers in countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Michigan State University is trying to reduce rainbow trout losses in U.S. hatcheries caused by the yellow-pigmented bacterium, Flavobacterium psychrophilum.
BluGen will apply super-intensive farming technology to its RAS infrastructure that improves fish welfare even at high fish density.
The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance calls for an immediate re-examination and reversal of this decision.
The company imported the first genetic lines into Colombia from GenoMar's breeding center in the Philippines and plans to deliver the first fingerlings in the third quarter of 2023.
The hatchery will produce fingerlings of seabream, seabass and meagre with a production capacity of 10 million fingerlings per year.
The move was made due to regulatory restrictions on Russian business in Norway, which could lead to liquidation risks.
A third variant of the deadly ISKN can now be identified in a new test developed by scientists at the University of Sydney and the University of Florida.
The new facility represents a platform to further progress in genetics and enable biological improvement.
It reveals substantial and unique genetic variation in GIFT strains of tilapia, highlighting the need to use this strain-specific resource to inform future breeding programs.
The production of broodstock will secure egg supply to Mowi Scotland, with the hope to also supply other companies.
Skretting and tuna farming startup Next Tuna established a new feed cooperation agreement to develop aquafeeds for Atlantic bluefin tuna from first feeding to transfer at 10 kg.
Researchers found that microplastics affect the severity of IHNV infections in aquaculture.
The hatchery and nursery building is now completed, with the last part of the equipment installed by AquaMaof.
Marbase and Miawpukek First Nations signed a MoU to cooperate in the first lumpfish hatchery in Marystown, Canada.
Chilean researchers found that gradual salinity changes and salmon fed on functional feeds had a greater microbial diversity, suggesting a higher health of fish transferred to seawater.
The newly constructed 1,350 m2 hall with an investment of USD 9.1 million will focus on training, education and research.
The use of lumpfish is a key tool in the management of sea lice, however, researchers and producers need to work together to turn research into real-world experiences, according to global lumpfish experts.