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Issue One 2015



Kennebec River Biosciences continues to diversify

RICHMOND, ME – Private fish health labs are few and far between here in the US, so I’d like to profile a couple of these valuable businesses in 2015.  In this issue we’ll look at Kennebec River Biosciences Inc. (KRB), a growing lab that alread...

SITE VISIT - Astor Farms: Careful planning and tight controls lead to North Carolina recirculating tilapia operation’s success

by Amy Riedel-Stone CHARLOTTE, NC – Located in an industrial park just off the Charlotte International Airport property, Astor Farms here is producing tilapia for live markets throughout the East Coast. Rob Ellis, owner and manager of the far...

Well-organized workshop focuses on development of marine fishfish production in North Carolina

BEAUFORT, NC –As a precursor to the prestigious BioMarine Business Convention that will convene later this year in Wilmington, NC, the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, the Marine Bio-Technologies Center of Innovation (MBCOI), and the NOAA Coast...

Awesome location, terrific water flow rates make Troutlodge’s Rock Creek, ID facility a huge winner

TWIN FALLS, ID – Most everyone in this industry, and certainly anyone in the trout business, is familiar with the Troutlodge name. One of the oldest aquaculture companies in the US, Troutlodge – based in Sumner, WA – is the world’s largest...

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