Future-proofing fish welfare with Scottish-grown eggs

Scottish Sea Farms is working with AquaGen to select the best from its own marine farms and to produce offspring from those. Photo: SSF

Scottish Sea Farms is set to take delivery of the first eggs bred from salmon grown at its own marine farms in Scotland – a key milestone in its sector-leading collaboration with breeding specialists AquaGen aimed at future-proofing farmed fish welfare in the face of climate change.

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