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Fish Health Section Blue Book now free
PORTLAND, OR – Perhaps the most exciting news to come out of the Seventh International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health held in September in Portland was the announcement that the “Blue Book” – a virtual bible in the fish health world ...

Meet San Diego’s ‘aquacowboy’
Don Kent of Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute forges ahead with plans for large scale, open-ocean fish farm   by Clare Leschin-Hoar SAN DIEGO, CA – America is running a deep seafood deficit. We control more ocean than any natio...

Excellent presentations, great location, good turnout for this year’s USTFA fall meeting, conference & show
TWIN FALLS, ID –  Every few years the US Trout Farmers Association (USTFA) migrates back to Idaho for its annual meeting, conference, and trade show. And why not?  This is, after all, the heart of American trout farming and, without a doubt, s...

The many faces of fish farming: This issue, meet Amy Riedel-Stone
APOPKA, FL – If you have attended any of the major aquaculture shows or conferences here in the US over the past decade or so there’s a very good chance you’ve met (and maybe done business with) Amy Riedel-Stone. Amy’s solid no-nonsense gr...

AST team moving forward with new products, new research, following death of president
As reported in the last issue of Fish Farming News, Douglas Drennan, the 52-year-old founder and president of Aquaculture Systems Technologies LLC (AST), died suddenly and unexpectedly in late July. While obviously shocked and saddened, the AST fa...

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