A new report shows that between 2012 and 2016 an increasing amount of terrestrial raw materials are used in salmon feeds.
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- Hybrid tilapia culture in an outdoor biofloc production system
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As EU countries consider banning many chemical therapeutants used in fish farming, researchers suggest using humic substances and hydrogen peroxide sustainable
Ensuring smolt adapt successfully after transfer to marine sites is notoriously difficult, but Virginia Iglesias of the Fish Vet Group offers some valuable
Adding select probiotics to the diets of farmed catfish may improve both fish growth performance and the water quality of production ponds, says researcher.
Two genes that might help tilapia producers to selectively breed fish that perform better under crowded conditions have been identified in a new study.
A strain of tilapia that has been recently developed by WorldFish in Egypt is producing significantly improved fish yields, lower feed conversion ratios
Nofima scientists' work shows that zinc and omega-3 fatty acids provide an important interaction in the intestines and likely the gills of salmon.