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Fish in the sea are a limited resource. Thus, there will be increasing competition for using the fish in food for humans, farmed fish and farm animals.
While some people think that fish farming is a new phenomenon, fish farming has actually been around for thousands of years.
Aquaculture, or fish farming, is a rapidly growing industry that currently produces approximately 50% of the world’s seafood. Just like a regular farm
The Global Coalition for Animal Welfare (GCAW), the world’s first food industry-led initiative aimed at advancing animal - including farmed fish
There is increasing evidence that farmers can augment brain growth in their fish by mimicking aspects of their natural habitat in farm sites.
A proposal for the country’s first large-scale marine fish farm that would raise grouper, sea bass and other valuable dinner-table species has been sent to the
A new £300,000 study involving University of Stirling experts and a leading animal feed manufacturer is aiming to explore how certain feed ingredients
Farmed fish feed supplemented with β-glucan binding protein based zinc oxide nanoparticles may support fish survival in the face of a disease challenge
An innovative new anchoring technology which could allow Scotland's aquaculture sector to move into high energy marine locations is being developed
Aquatic environments have abundant pathogenic organisms, and farmed fish species can be susceptible to several diseases caused by these pathogens