The Global Aquaculture Alliance held its GOAL conference in Chennai, India, and recruited a host of experts in various fields to share their expertise.
This study evaluated through in vitro analyses the antimicrobial effectiveness of natural products used for P. vannamei bacterial diseases and antibiotics against pathogenic Vibrio strains circulating in Ecuadorian hatcheries.
The influence of antibiotics in fish and their effects on the gut microbiome aren’t well understood, says research team examining antimicrobial resistance.
The Shrimp Forum returned to SENA with insights into innovations in production, the threat of antimicrobial resistance, a unified marketing approach and a forecast from India.
Prophylactic use of antibiotics in animal production is being banned or restricted by many countries. A potential substitute for antibiotic growth promoters in aquafeeds is organic acids, which are the focus of much research and commercial interest.
A study tested the effects of a commercial product that includes three organic acids incorporated into a commercial feed for Nile tilapia fingerlings.
MicroSynbiotiX is employing the power of transgenic microalgae to make it cheaper and easier for aquaculture producers to administer vaccines to fish.
India, now the world’s top farmed shrimp exporter, may lose access to the European marketplace by 2018 due to ongoing issues with antibiotics.
At the IntraFish Seafood Investor Forum in New York, “all roads lead to salmon.” Buoyed by high prices and soaring demand, the sector is an example worth following. But it’s not without its challenges.