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FFN 1 2014

[tmb_issueThumbnail_2]Issue 1  2014

New numbers will likely conclude the song remains the same: More growth in aquaculture is inevitable
by Bill Manci As we gather in Seattle for Aquaculture America 2014, I patiently and eagerly await publication of the latest set of world fishery and aquaculture production statistics developed annually by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO...

National Cold Water Marine Aquaculture Center
...Where they have built a successful breeding program benefitting Maine’s rebounding salmon farming industry by Brian Robbins FRANKLIN, ME – You could spend years driving Route 1 Downeast in Maine and never know what was happening on the sh...

From the Field - Time for a few reflections on the past year, plus a look ahead at new challenges of 2014
by Bob Robinson As we all gather in Seattle in early February for the Aquaculture America 2014 conference and trade show, it seems an appropriate time to look back on the year that just was and look ahead to this year that’s just beginning. &...

Fish Health Notes - Budget cuts threaten aquaculture drug approvals
by Rod Getchell BOZEMAN, MT – One of the most helpful government research programs dealing with the needs of fish farmers is about to take a huge budget cut.  The US Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) Aquatic Animal Drug Approval Partnership...

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