Development and testing of tilapia welfare assessment protocol begins alignment to procedures used for other aquatic, terrestrial farm animals.
Soy has fueled the growth of aquaculture, but environmental and social concerns for some producing areas are prompting some fish farmers to take stock.
Study evaluates compensatory growth in shrimp at different temperatures and under feed restrictions in efforts to reduce costs and improve water quality.
The neotropical fish species trahira has aquaculture potential under semi-intensive production conditions, according to a study in Brazil.
Studies in Brazil over the last five years addressed the challenges facing commercial producers of the important, air-breathing, freshwater fish pirarucu in order to support and expand production.
After concentrating mainly on the domestic market, the Brazilian Shrimp Farmers Association says producers are returning to international trade and competition, seeking intensified production and expansion.
A study of experimental diets for juvenile shrimp showed a halving of fishmeal usage. Limited inclusion of krill meal offset other expensive ingredients.
Larval shrimp performance (feed conversion and final weight) in a biofloc nursery system improved with both added diatoms (Navicula sp.) and rotifers (Brachionus plicatilis).
Un estudio tuvo como objetivo determinar niveles seguros de amoníaco y nitrito a diferentes etapas de vida del langostino del Río Amazonas, basándose en la hipótesis de que las primeras etapas de desarrollo de M. amazonicum son más sensibles al