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Archive for April, 2008


02
Apr

Norway says NO to science

Norway must stop fishing for endangered species like coastal cod, halibut, redfish and eel, according to the Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management.
It is the first time that the Directorate has voiced such strong opinion in favour of stopping the fishing for species listed on the official ranking of threatened marine species, reports The Norway Post.
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02
Apr

Scallop Association joins SFF

The Scallop Association has joined the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF); the Association has about 80 members, plus 15 processor and two diving members.
Apparently the Assocaition it is joining the SFF to get better representation for the scallop industry and to ensure it’s voice is heard at the highest level by taking advantage of the SFF’s [...]


01
Apr

Sustainable haddock farming ?

SUSTAINABLY farmed haddock could soon be on the plates of UK consumers thanks to Argyll-based Viking Fish Farms.
It is anticipated that the production of haddock in the UK could be around 5,000 tonnes per annum.
Unlike cod farming where the feed is based on fish meal and oil, Viking plans to use an alternative feed using [...]

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