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Abstract A broad definition of integrated aquaculture based on linkages between human activities in general rather than on agriculture (including aquaculture) specifically, has merit. This recognizes that the world is changing rapidly and is becoming increasingly diverse and complex; by the end...
Abstract Nutritional requirements for catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) feeds based solely on maximizing growth may not lead to the best economic performance. In addition, the choice of protein level may have important implications for dress‐out percentages in the processing sector. Processors may...
Abstract There have been several attempts to distinguish farmed Atlantic salmon by origin using trademarks. Whether there exist different regional markets for salmon, and in particular whether the UK market is separate from the market in continental Europe, is also an issue that has received...
Abstract Policy makers in developing economies continue to promote small‐scale fish culture as a means of generating stable income and alleviating malnutrition and famine problems. In some places like Rwanda, land previously established with traditional crops has been re‐allocated to small‐scale...
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