Cooke Aquaculture Pacific is awaiting approval to farm a species native to Washington at Puget Sound sites where it previously produced Atlantic salmon.
Study investigates blood and muscle changes in young Atlantic salmon when fed diets containing different amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids, or PUFAs.
Year-long ban on salmon ova exports is being lifted slowly, as different production zones satisfy Norwegian authorities of their ISA-free status.
Study evaluated the effect on Atlantic salmon smolts growth performance when adding abrown seaweed meal (from Laminaria sp., or kelp) to their feed.
Study searched for genetic variants associated with omega-3 fatty acid content in Atlantic salmon, to identify genes underlying genetic variation.
RAS is an emerging sector with two producers leading the U.S. pack, responding to high demand for Atlantic salmon and for local, low-impact food.
A review of technology usage in finfish aquaculture, future application possibilities for precision fish farming (PFF) and guidelines for research.
In the second of a two-part series, Steven Summerfelt discusses various efforts to improve knowledge of closed-containment systems, innovations in fish feed and presents comprehensive concluding remarks.
The recent 2017 Aquaculture Innovation Workshop in Vancouver brought together numerous stakeholders involved in and interested in fish farming – particularly salmonids – in the growing industry of closed-containment systems.