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Activists use of Science study to alarm public is misleading and wrong, says PAA

Jan 9, 2004 — A bombshell study in the journal Science has led to an outporing of protest from fish farming organizations around the world

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BSE Update

Jan 7, 2004 — Latest developments in the U.S. BSE case

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Aquaculture couple killed in avalanche

Jan 3, 2004 — An avalanche in Idaho claimed the lives yesterday of Marsha Landolt, dean of the Graduate School and vice provost at the University of Washington, U.S.A., and her husband, Robert Busch, who worked for a division of ALPharma Inc and was an aquafeeds researcher.

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GAA to step up action in wake of U.S. shrimp anti-dumping petition

Jan 1, 2004 — The Global Aquaculture Alliance is to step up its support of the aquaculture industry's defense against the proposed U.S. shrimpers call for 'anti-dumping tariffs' that could increase the cost of shrimp over 260%.

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Vietnam to focus on aquaculture quality

Dec 26, 2003 — Mekong delta must upgrade facilities for high quality products, Vietnam's Minister of Fisheries, Ta Quang Ngoc says

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BSE update; AFIA statement

Dec 26, 2003 — Latest news on the U.S. BSE outbreak

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BSE diagnosed in U.S. cow

Dec 23, 2003 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has diagnosed a presumptive positive case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in an adult Holstein cow in the state of Washington.

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US FDA announces comprehensive foods advisory on methylmercury

Dec 17, 2003 — FDA has released a draft advisory containing revised recommendations regarding fish and shellfish consumption for people at risk from exposure to the high methylmercury levels

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Algae the answer to fish disease?

Dec 17, 2003 — New Ohio Sea Grant research is investigating how genetically altered algae can be used in the fight against IHNV

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AquaVision 2004 seeks ways to sustain the Blue Revolution

Dec 17, 2003 — AquaVision 2004, the unique global business conference for modern aquaculture, will focus on the steps necessary to make the Blue Revolution sustainable by achieving the transformation from production driven to consumer led.

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New facility expands aquaculture training and marine science education at The Oceanic Institute

Dec 9, 2003 — Hawai‘i to benefit from future economic development

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CONFERENCE REPORT: Global Shrimp Outlook: 2003

Dec 9, 2003 — Global Shrimp Outlook: 2003 convened the world's top shrimp buyers, producers, and suppliers to consider the status and future of shrimp aquaculture.

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Bern Aqua - a quiet revolution

Dec 8, 2003 — Tucked away in the industrial park of a small Belgian village, a cutting edge
aquafeed facility quietly came on-line in mid-September and is set to
revolutionize the larval feed sector.

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COMING SOON! AQUAFEED NEWS IN SPANISH AND MANDARIN

Dec 5, 2003 — Sign up to receive your free copy of the monthly Aquafeed.com electronic newsletters - first issue: January 2004.

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New Zealand aquaculture moratorium extended

Dec 3, 2003 — New Zealand Minister of Fisheries, Pete Hodgson, has confirmed that the current moratorium on processing new marine farm resource consent applications is to be extended.

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Cyanotech qualifies for continued NASDAQ listing

Dec 2, 2003 — Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Panel says Hawaii-based micoalgae producer, Cyanotech meets requirements for continued listing on the Nasdaq SmallCap Market.

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IFFO elects first lady president; Barlow to step down

Nov 28, 2003 — Solveig Samuelsdottir of SR-Mjol h.f., Iceland elected. Stuart Barlow announces retirement at annual conference

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FDA Announces Sampling and Trigger Levels for Minerals

Nov 26, 2003 — FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) announced the agency would be taking 1,700 samples of feed and feed ingredients for dioxin testing over the next year.

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President Signs New Law Providing User Fees to Improve Animal Drug Review

Nov 26, 2003 — President Bush signed legislation that provides user fees to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its animal drug review work on November 18. Known as the Animal Drug User Fee Act (ADUFA), this law establishes a funding system for the new animal drug review process that is similar to that established for the human drug review process over a decade ago.

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U.S. to phase in animal ID plan

Nov 24, 2003 — The U.S. is developing an animal identification plan for all species, that will include aquaculture.

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