TARS 2023 reflected on the current situation in Asia’s shrimp aquaculture, mired by ten-year lows in shrimp prices with a global oversupply situation.
The forum will be held at the Van der Valk Hotel in Utrecht, the Netherlands, September 5-7.
The first workshop, AquaSpeech, conversations to have, will be held on September 12, 2023, in Puerto Varas, Chile, and will address different issues related to aquafeed raw materials.
The third edition of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture conference and exhibition will be back in Indonesia from June 11-14, 2024.
The conference will take place from November 13-16, 2023.
Some of the leading figures in aquaculture innovation will be presenting at the SVG Ventures|THRIVE Hawaii Agrifood Summit at the Honolulu Convention Center on September 26 and 27.
The events attracted eager customers to expand their knowledge and enhance their farming businesses.
The winning paper highlights the importance of assessing multiple mycotoxins when developing risk management programs.
The initiative will offer more education and training opportunities on responsible aquaculture practices.
The program is open to all AFIA member commercial dry feed manufacturing facilities.
Local companies urged to help shape the future of sustainable shrimp farming.
The course will take place from August 14-18, 2023 in a hybrid format, in-person at Texas A&M University and live online.
The Center for Responsible Seafood and Norway-based Aquaculture Tribe partnered to share and cross-promote the two platforms and educational offerings and coordinate trainings and events.
Designed to demonstrate increasing global demand for ASC-certified products and showcase the commitment of Ecuadorian shrimp producers to comply with the highest standards, the summit provided on-the-ground insights and new commercial possibilities.
The event was arranged to mark the 70th anniversary of CP Foods’ animal feed business.
The Alltech ONE World Tour will continue after Dublin, with stops in Canada, the U.S., Asia, South America and the Middle East.
The public conference welcomed a large range of national, European and international speakers and was attended by over 200 participants.
The program is now available and plenary speakers have been announced.
A total of 13 prizes were awarded to companies and individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to aquaculture over the past year.
The Second Annual International Conference and Exposition of the African Chapter of the World Aquaculture Society (AFRAQ2023) is scheduled from November 13-16, 2023, in Lusaka, Zambia.