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HatcheryFM Bulletin Issue 13, 2020
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Issue 13, 2020
Hendrix Genetics starts shrimp production at its breeding facility in Ecuador
The first generation of shrimp produced at the Macrobio hatchery, a state-of-the-art shrimp breeding operation in Ecuador, will be ready by the end of 2020. 
CPF builds shrimp “5.0” farm in the USA
Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CPF) is developing “Aquaculture 5.0” shrimp farm in the USA that can be cultured anywhere, any time of the year. Both the hatchery and farm are totally enclosed. It will be managed based on the “domesticated floc” technology used in the company’s broodstock grow-out farms.
Lactococcus garvieae outbreak forces euthanization of fish at Southern California hatcheries
Three Southern California hatcheries have depopulated more than 3 million trout in an effort to eliminate the bacterial infection. 
New Zealand’s seafood company secures loan for a new salmon hatchery
Sanford Limited secured an $8 million loan from the Provincial Growth Fund to help it create a new salmon RAS hatchery in Southland that will produce 6 million Chinook salmon smolt.
China halts shrimp imports from Ecuador
China has suspended imports from three Ecuadorean shrimp producers after detecting coronavirus in a recent shipment.

Severe contraction in shrimp production and exports in Ecuador
SAIC’s innovation fund to support aquaculture recovery - UK
Thai farmed shrimp achieves Yellow Good Alternative from Seafood Watch
Seafood giant invests in Salmon Evolution
Worldwide satellite ocean data map to monitor water conditions
eDNA applications for early detection of fish parasites

ASC translates standards for Indonesian farmers
New BAP farm standard open for public comment
GAA to promote best practices in animal health and welfare

Food grade processing plants used for Tharos’ patented solvent-free krill oil extraction proof-of-concept.
1. Plant used for on-land and at-sea research, built from Danish-made equipment, 100-150k/h.
2. Norwegian-built, plug-and-play concept, commercially operated at-sea, 350-500k/h. DETAILS.
INVE new Artemia tools to drive efficiency in hatcheries
The company developed new SEP-Art tools that are tailored to all hatchery sizes and available in manual, semi-manual and fully automatic. The newly-launched tools are based on the Artemia SEP-Art technology produced by INVE Aquaculture in 2008. The technology consists of cysts covered with iron particles that are attracted to magnets leaving nauplii in the solution. 

Does cannibalism have a genetic component?
A team of researchers found differences in cannibalism rates among Asian seabass families and suggest that family selection for reduced cannibalism rate could be effective to increase survival during the fingerling stage.

How to prolong meagre spawning season
A team of researchers found that the use of GnRHa implants on meagre males enhances milt quantity and quality and can be produced for a long spermiation period.

Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2021 to be held in Indonesia
After the successful Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2016 meeting in Surabaya, the organization decided to hold the event again in Indonesia in 2021 from September 7 – 10.

Open abstract submissions for AlgaEurope 2020
Every year the European algae scene meets at the AlgaEurope conference that is inviting authors to submit abstracts on recent developments. Deadline is September 10, 2020.
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NEW  PhD student in reproductive physiology and hatchery science of catfish - USA
A PhD graduate student position is available at Auburn University that will be hosted by the Aquatic Reproductive Physiology laboratory. Closing August 10, 2020.

NEW  Breeding Program Manager - UK
Xelect Ltd is seeking to appoint two dynamic aquaculture professionals with a strong grounding in quantitative genetics to join its growing team. Closing August 14, 2020.

NEW  Research Assistant - UK
MiAlgae is looking for a research assistant to assist in the preparation and execution of experiments that explore the utilization of alternate feedstocks and optimization of various algal growth parameters in-line with R&D carried out by the company.

NEW  Territory Manager - Malaysia
Cargill is looking for a territory manager for the business development of the Cargill Aqua Feed segment in Malaysia.

Researcher Shrimp Nutrition and Physiology - Norway
Skretting ARC is looking for a researcher focused on shrimp nutrition and physiology to develop novel solutions to optimize shrimp diets for the fast-growing aquafeed operations worldwide. Closing August 2, 2020.

Oyster Hatchery Manager - USA
Harte Research Institute is seeking an oyster hatchery manager to operate a commercial facility for the Palacios Marine Agriculture Research Organization.
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