The line is selected for fast growth and also combines robustness, resistance to specific pathogens and a competitive fillet yield.
The service examines water for specific pathogens that can affect the fish’s health.
Identifying 18 shrimp pathogens with a single test, the latest edition of the testing technology redefines industry standards, giving farmers cost-effective and comprehensive protection for their animals.
Craig L. Browdy will lead SyAqua's research initiatives and drive innovation in the field of aquaculture.
The model is designed to accelerate research into vaccines and feed additives for this important cause of mortality in farmed salmon, or the identification of genetically resistant strains.
This development moves beyond the traditional certification provided by the Norwegian Veterinarian Institute (NVI), which verifies UV doses of at least 25 mJ/cm2.