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6 min ago | Bradenton.com
Known by many names throughout the world, including black kingfish, black salmon and crab eaters, cobia is one of nature's most beautiful fish.
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1 hr ago | Sunday Herald
An angling organisation has called for one of the two farms at Ardessie in Little Loch Broom, Wester Ross, to be closed and the second to undergo a thorough environmental impact assessment after the issue came to light.
6 hrs ago | Saveur.com
For ocean lovers, making the right decision at the seafood market can be daunting.
10 hrs ago | Arka News Agency
YEREVAN, April 15. / ARKA /. Artur Atoyan, the head of the Association of Armenian Fish Farms, argued today that the price of locally grown fish would jump further if the government did not convince the Customs Union to allow Armenia to levy the current customs duty on imported fish feed.
14 hrs ago | City Pages
Urban Organics, one of the nation's largest aquaponic farms, has opened for business in the former Hamm's Brewery building in St. Paul.
16 hrs ago | MindaNews
Local officials invited reporters and investors to a feast of grilled and "kinilaw na bangus," on Tuesday to prove that it is safe to eat fish caught in this town.
The Company is looking at entering an agreement whereby the cultivators will begin a research and development phase to test the Company's product.
Minister of Innovation, Business and Rural Development Terry French, Senator David Wells, Geoff Davis, regional vice-president sales, Bell Aliant, and Chief Misel Joe, Miawpukek First Nation, take part in a news conference at Confederation Building Friday where $4 million in funding was announced for Broadband service to the Connaigre Penninsula.
Norwegian fish-farming company Marine Harvest, riding growing global demand for aquaculture products, achieved the best quarterly operating results in its eight-year history following a larger-than-expected harvest and rising prices for salmon and other fish.
Australia's largest farmed Atlantic salmon producer, Tassal Operations Pty Ltd. , has earned certification to the Aquaculture Stewardship Council standard, the most rigorous environmental and social sustainability certification program for farmed seafood products.
Bruce Hancock, Director of Aquaculture, could not comment on how many fish were lost as a result of the storm but said that the loss should not have negative effects on the environment.
CSCC Student Benjamin Branam removes floating debris prior to stocking the fish in CSCC's new aquaponics teaching lab while Associate Professor Robert Brewer looks on.
Taking part in the sod turning ceremony are Acting Premier and Primary Industries Minister Jeremy Rockliff, Huon Aquaculture managing director Peter Bender, Wiley Construction managing director Tom Wiley and Parliamentary Secretary for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forests Senator Richard Colbeck.
Tassal chief executive officer and managing director Mark Ryan with an Atlantic salmon.