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Healthier salmon through exercise and better sorting

NORWAY | Thursday, December 18, 2014
Scientists are keen to sort farmed salmon and provide them with exercise right from the ea...

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Salmon price status at week 51
Norway | 21:40 | Fresh salmon export volumes for week 50 are up compared to week 49 but down compared to week 50 in 2003, reports Fish Pool ASA. Full Story
Lower lobster capture would mean returning to 'typical years'
United States | 04:00 | Apparently, the Maine’s 2014 lobster fishing season will result in lower catches compared to the two previous years, which increases the likelihood of rise in market prices. Full Story
SalmonChile backs salmon farm concession freeze in southern zone
Chile | 03:20 | The Chilean Government intends to freeze salmon farm concession allocation in the regions of Los Lagos and Aysen so as to organise the Chilean fishing sector. Full Story
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