New Report: The Evolution of Land Based Atlantic Salmon Farms
Global report highlights the role of land based farming systems for Atlantic salmon.
The global salmon farming industry continues to lead the way in the use of land based farming systems, says a new report.
The International Salmon Farmers’ Association (ISFA) released a report in November 2016 – The Evolution of Land Based Atlantic Salmon Farms – that highlights the history and the current state of land based farms for Atlantic salmon.
The report reviews available studies and information on land based Atlantic salmon farms from around the world, the current state of knowledge and technology as well as the challenges that have to be overcome as these systems continue to evolve.
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