About Fish Farmer magazine subscription
Fish Farmer is an Edinburgh, UK based bi-monthly magazine serving the aquaculture industry for well over three decades. World’s seafood consumers respect the magazine for its pioneering role in the commercialization of the aquaculture industry and its growth. Specific mention can be made of the enormous strides made in the farmed species of salmon, scallops, seaweed and trout for mass consumption.
The magazine is a storehouse of information for anything and everything to do with aquaculture. It publishes a wide range of articles authored by field experts from all over the world and disseminates the information for the common benefit of those engaged in the fish farming industry. A quick glance into the diverse nature of issues affecting the industry and the corresponding solutions on offer, which have been put together by the magazine, amongst innumerable others include: Sequencing of salmon genome; Scottish Seaweed Anaerobic Digestion programme for sustainable harvesting and processing of seaweeds and marine algae - an untapped natural resource; commercial production of yellowtail kingfish, amberjack and sea cucumber for NPC, Saudi Arabia; study of streptococcus infections in warm water fish aquaculture and Mexico symposium findings; sea urchins farming in Norway; FAO/EIA bio-security workshop’s monitoring guidelines for sustainable aquaculture; health management of tilapia fish and its protection against disease; Cod shortfall bridged by salmon with Norwegian Pharmaq technology; Scottish company, Trossachs Country Foods’ efforts at popularizing sustainable freshwater fish like pike, arctic, charr, roach and perch sourced from pristine lochs and Malta’s tuna farming crisis, to name a few.
Fish farmer as a reference document of international repute has been doing yeoman’s service to fish lovers, fish producers, fish scientists, fishing industry and for all those people in general, whose lives are centered on fish as one of the essential items in their regular staple diet. Subscribe today for all the information on aquaculture and more!