Oct 222014
 

‘Fish Waste for Profit’, the inaugural Icelandic Fisheries Conference, was held at the Smárinn convention centre in Kópavogur, on the outskirts of Reykjavik, on 25 September. It took place during the first day of the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition (IceFish), organised by Mercator Media.

The conference programme was put together by Mercator in conjunction with Matís, an Icelandic government owned, but independent, company which carries out research and development in the food and biotechnology industries. Read more …

Oct 212014
 

As the world grows hungrier for animal protein, insects could be the new way to feed livestock.

Most farmers go to great lengths to keep insects at bay. For a growing cadre of livestock and fish producers though, bugs have never been so welcome.

Despite the appearance of some insect-based foods on store shelves — protein bars and tortilla chips made from crickets, for instance — creepy-crawlies are still a little distasteful for most.

However, food producers are likely to feel the pinch as the world’s population climbs to nine billion by 2050, while rising incomes in large countries like China and India lead to greater demand for meat-rich diets. So entrepreneurs, researchers, and even the United Nations are looking for an animal feed less expensive than the soybeans and fishmeal typically used today. Insects like mealworms and fly larvae, a natural food for wild birds and fish, could be a near-perfect replacement. With several startups planning industrial-scale operations, it may not be long before some poultry or fish entrées are raised on a regular diet of bugs.  Read more …

Sep 262014
 

Fish waste for profit – maximising return: utilising the entire fish, the first IceFish Conference held on the first day of the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition, provided delegates with a fascinating insight into the many products can be made from previously discarded parts of fish.

Thor Sigfusson, Managing Director of the Iceland Ocean Cluster (Sjavarklasinn) and Sigurjon Arason, Chief Engineer at MATIS opened the conference, which was held in association with MATIS.  Read more …

Aug 202014
 

Helping farmers understand the animal agriculture industry and make informed decisions about livestock management is the goal of Ivy Tech’s new online certificate program for Indiana’s agriculture community.

Developed in partnership with the Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn Marketing Council, this comprehensive 21-week online course can give anyone looking to add livestock, poultry or aquaculture to their operation the tools and knowledge they need to potentially run a successful livestock or aquaculture business.  Read more …

Jul 102014
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An independent report commissioned by the Nova Scotia government is casting doubt on the commercial viability of farming Atlantic salmon in land-based, closed-containment facilities.

The report by Gardner Pinfold Consulting concludes that land-based salmon farming operations — while technically feasible — would have to be large-scale to overcome the inherent engineering, building, labour and energy costs.  Read more …

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Jun 032014
 

The 10th International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture takes place August 22 – 24, 2014 at the Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center Roanoke, Virginia, USA.

You are invited to participate in the 10th International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture (ICRA) (August 22-24, 2014), taking place at The Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center in Roanoke, Virginia, USA.

A tentative schedule of speakers is attached (and will be posted soon) and early bird registration fees are still available for this conference. If you register in the next month, you will save $100 off of the regular registration fee.

The biennial International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture offers a wide scope of aquaculture-related topics including research, enterprise, and discovery; unique opportunities for discussion; and the chance to explore new products and technologies in our trade show.

Join your colleagues in industry, government, and academia to share your successes and learn all about the latest advancements in the field.

Have you considered being an exhibitor at the trade show or becoming a conference sponsor?  For more information, go to http://www.recircaqua.com/tradeshow.html.

For complete information on the conference and online registration, visit our website atwww.recircaqua.com or contact us at aquaconf@gmail.com or call (540) 553-1455.

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May 072014
 
Photo: Tor-Eddie Fossbakk/ACG

Photo: Tor-Eddie Fossbakk/ACG

It will probably be the largest audience Campbell River and Northern Vancouver Island has ever had.

The most popular on air news magazine in North America, 60 Minuteson CBS with an average of 11.6 million viewers a week, will air a segment on salmon farming this Sunday at 7 p.m. PST.

Special correspondent Dr. Sanjay Guptaand a 60 Minutescrew were in Campbell River in October 2013 to film local salmon farmers for the program.

So the audience is huge and so too could be the repercussions — good and bad — for the salmon farming industry. About 70 per cent of all farm-raised salmon is shipped to the United States, a huge potential for a food producer that says it employs 6,000 direct and indirect jobs in B.C.

Ian Robertsof Marine Harvest represented the industry and was interviewed at length by Dr. Gupta on a farm site near Campbell River.  Read more …

Apr 172014
 

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