Dr Anna Silvia Pedrazanni, fish vet and key partner in Brazil’s Tilapia Welfare Project, discusses welfare, fish health and how Brazil has the potential
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- Study backs benefits of submersible fish farms
- Why Brazil is emerging as a global tilapia farming contender
- Nutritional tool creators question the value of using fishmeal for animal feeds
- New Zealand scientists launch novel flounder farming breeding programme
- Shrimp stunning initiative wins animal welfare award
- Should seaweed be more widely used in shrimp feeds?
A novel water purification system inspired sewage plants has been shown to be effective at optimising fish waste for use as fertiliser for plants in aquaponics
Hundreds of households that raise fish in cages on the waters of Hoà Bình hydropower reservoir have struggled in recent years due to unstable water levels.
The Việt Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) forecasts that Việt Nam's tra fish (pangasius) exports will continue to grow in the coming
A project that aims to overcome barriers to growth in North Carolina’s aquaculture industry and strengthen the resiliency of the state’s wastewater
Juvenile salmon experience higher mortalities if transferred to sea at a larger size, according to an extensive new study based on eight years of data.