Dec 102012
 

For the spring 2013 semester, the Kentucky State University Division of Aquaculture will be offering four online classes. These include Fish Genetics, Fish Disease, Principles of Aquaculture, and Water Quality Management. They are taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. More information is available online at: video bingo online

http://www.ksuaquaculture.org/OnlineClasses.htm and on the website Aquaculture at Kentucky State University

Also, if you have questions please contact Dr. Jim Tidwell (james.tidwell@kysu.edu) or Nathan Cochran (nathan.cochran@kysu.edu).

 

Nov 302012
 

Here is the link to the main page for the recordings and power points as well as the individual links.  All in all it turned out very well.  Special thanks to Vanessa Weldon for setting it up and getting everyone organized.

http://www.extension.org/pages/66298/proceedings-of-the-2012-extension-virtual-aquaculture-workshop

Day 1- Introduction to Aquaculture (recording)

Aquaculture: What is it? Is it important? Why should I care? – David Cline, Auburn University

Business planning and economics – Matt Parker, University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension

Day 2 – Pond Culture (recording)

Pond Culture – Forrest Wynne, Kentucky State University

Recreational Pond Management (Bass/Bream) – Russell Wright, Auburn University

Aquatic Plant Management – Gary Burtle, University of Georgia

Day 3 – Species Culture (recording)

Yellow Perch – Laura Tiu, Ohio State University

Sunfish – Charles Hicks, Lincoln University

Walleye – Allen Pattillo, Iowa State University

Clam Culture – Joshua Reitsma, Woods Hole Sea Grant Program

Oyster Culture – Vanessa Weldon, eXtension

Day 4 – Aquaponics (recording)

Aquaponics – Patricia Duncan, Fort Valley State University the best online casinos for us players

For more information:

David J. Cline, Ph.D.
Extension Aquaculturist
203 Swingle Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: 334-844-2874 (office)
Fax:  334-844-0830
E-mail: clinedj@auburn.edu
Web:  www.alearn.info

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Nov 292012
 

We have a great line up of experts and discounted hotel room rates for course participants. Dr. Nick Savidov, Dr. Michael Timmons, Charlie Shultz are just a few of our great line up of speakers.

To register and find out more information:  http://www.noafisheries.ca/courses/registration/

Daily schedule information:  http://www.noafisheries.ca/courses/schedule/

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All course participants will be able to purchase the textbook Recirculating Aquaculture by Dr. Timmons and Ebling for a special rate of $99.  This book is usually sold for $170-270.   Take advantage, this book is considered the bible when it comes to recirculating aquaculture and is an excellent reference for the commercial farmer, but is still easy enough to read for the hobbyist.

http://www.noafisheries.ca/products-page/product-category/recirculating-aquaculture-hardcover/

Contact:

Noa Fisheries
www.noafisheries.ca
Phone: +1-416-546-6623

Nov 142012
 

Cornell University and Michigan State University  will conduct a 2.5 day Worskhop on: Engineering Design of Recirculating Aquaculture (RAS), Hydroponic, and Aquaponic Systems Short Course, November 29-30, December 1, 2012. rtg casino codes

The Classroom course location is Dundee Michigan at the Cabellas Outdoor Store.  The course will cover the engineering design, operation, and management of water reuse systems with additional coverage of hydroponics and aquaponics.  At the conclusion of the course, individuals should be able to design their own water reuse systems and have a fundamental knowledge of the principles influencing design decisions.  Two farm tours are included (one to Aqua Growers in Livonia MI and the research facility of the Aquaculture Research Company in Tecumseh MI).

Early-registration is $500 per person with discounts for multi-party groups.  More information on the short course can be found here:

http://bee.cornell.edu/aqua

 

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Nov 132012
 

USDA NIFA logoMedicated feeds are a common mechanism used in the veterinary and animal industries to treat large numbers of animals to treat or prevent therapeutic conditions and enhance production.  A workshop entitled Drugs for Use in Animal Feeds will be held on May 22-23, 2013 in conjunction with the American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics (AAVPT) Biennial symposium.  The workshop is designed to provide interested parties with basic knowledge on the new animal drug approval process specifically relating to medicated feeds.  Participants will have an opportunity for clarification on what, exactly, is a medicated feed and how it differs from other dosage form new animal drugs.  Topics for discussion include manufacturing requirements, labeling, combination drugs, and developing data for substantial evidence of effectiveness.  Finally, participants will have a forum opportunity to ask FDA/CVM specific questions to help clarify their specific needs.

Additional information may be obtained from the AAVPT website (www.aavpt.org) under upcoming meetings.

Oct 312012
 

Freshwater Aquaculture Community of Practice is proud to present the Aquaculture Virtual Workshop. The workshop will be included an introduction to aquaculture, an in depth look at pond culture and management, overviews on a variety of species, and a full hour covering aquaponics. This session is open to anyone interested in learning more about aquaculture in the US. If interested or have questions about attending this workshop please contact Vanessa Weldon vmaxwell24@gmail.com 

To attend the event please use the following link at 2:30 PM central on the day of the event:
https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/freshwater

To make sure you computer will work during the session please test your computer at: https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

 

November 12 – Introduction to Aquaculture

2:30 – 3:00 PM  Aquaculture: What is it? Is it important? Why should I care? – David Cline, Auburn University usa online casinos for android

3:00 – 3:30 PM Business planning and economics  Matt Parker, University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension

November 13 – Pond Culture 2:30 PM Central Time

2:30 – 2:50 PM  Pond Culture – Forrest Wynne, Kentucky State University

2:50 – 3:10 PM Recreational Pond Management (Bass/Bream) – Russell Wright, Auburn University

3:10 – 3:25 PM Aquatic Plant Management – Gary Burtle, University of Georgia

November 14 – Species Culture 2:30 PM Central Time

2:30 – 2:50 PM Yellow Perch – Laura Tiu, Ohio State University

2:50 – 3:10 PM Sunfish – Charles Hicks, Lincoln University

3:10 – 3:30 PM Clam Culture – Joshua Reitsma, Woods Hole Sea Grant Program

3:30 – 3:50 PM Oyster Culture – Vanessa Weldon

November 15 – Aquaponics 2:30 PM Central Time

2:30 – 3:30 PM Aquaponics – Patricia Duncan, Fort Valley State University

 

An e-learning course has received official approval from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. The aquaculture subject is operated by TheFishSite and the educational facility and the postgraduate certificate’s official accreditation was announced by director of the subject Neil Hazon during Aviemore’s Aquaculture UK exhibition and conference. Other enterprises involved in the creation of the virtual learning environment include 5M Publishing and consultancy body Fish Vet Group. Read more …

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