Hatcheryfeed vol 5 issue 4 2017 – ORNAMENTALS

Hatcheryfeed vol 5 issue 4 2017 Now available 4 x year,  in digital format and print-on-demand. Special Focus: Ornamentals In this issue New research developments in aquatic animal larval feeding and nutrition—recent literature News Review Market report Nutrient requirements of freshwater ornamental fish Technological constraints of large scale production units in relation to feed and … More Hatcheryfeed vol 5 issue 4 2017 – ORNAMENTALS

First spat from Scottish pilot mussel hatchery goes to sea

Email Print The first mussel spat reared at the Scottish Shellfish Hatchery Stepping Stone project in Shetland is to be transferred to on-growing sites at sea. Industry members were given an update on the £1.7m 30-month collaborative project by Daniel Cowing, aquaculture scientist and technician at the NAFC Marine Centre and Michael Tait, chairman of … More First spat from Scottish pilot mussel hatchery goes to sea

Terengganu fisherman turns millionaire by spawning grouper eggs

A fisherman here has become a millionaire by investing in grouper egg spawning in line with the government’s effort to encourage aquaculture. The state government has targeted fish demand of up to three million tonnes per year with 80% derived from the sea and 20% supplied from aquaculture projects. A Bernama survey around the waterfront of Kampung … More Terengganu fisherman turns millionaire by spawning grouper eggs

NSW scientists breed record 429,000 Australian bass in bumper year for fish restocking program

A state-wide fish restocking program in New South Wales has been boosted by a record number of Australian bass fingerlings being bred this year. Australian bass are a native freshwater fish, which are popular with recreational anglers. The NSW Department of Primary Industries’ (DPI) fisheries institute at Port Stephens has run a large bass breeding … More NSW scientists breed record 429,000 Australian bass in bumper year for fish restocking program

COLOMBIA – Freshwater artemia assessed as aquaculture food

The National Aquaculture and Fisheries Authority (AUNAP) is conducting research on freshwater artemia as part of its work to validate new technology and innovations to reduce production costs in aquaculture. Freshwater artemia can be used as live food as native fish feed such as “bocachico” (Prochilodus magdalenae) and “dorada” (Brycon moorei sinuensis), in their larval … More COLOMBIA – Freshwater artemia assessed as aquaculture food

INVE AQUACULTURE releases enhanced probiotic for shrimp farming

INVE Aquaculture’s Sanolife range is widely appreciated for offering the industry’s highest concentrated probiotics at the lowest application cost. The company now further strengthens this reputation with the release of a significant novelty: a new and enhanced version of the successful feed probiotic for shrimp farming, Sanolife PRO-2. Increased activity and efficiency INVE Aquaculture’s innovation … More INVE AQUACULTURE releases enhanced probiotic for shrimp farming