Scottish Sea Farms ‘green’ eggs incubation first

Scottish Sea Farms incubation unit

Source: Scottish Sea Farms

Scottish Sea Farms has taken delivery of the first batch of ‘green’ eggs at its new £2 million incubation unit at Barcaldine Hatchery.

The eggs, which were fertilised on-site in a first for the company, are doing well so far, said Rory Conn, head of freshwater, Scottish Sea Farms.

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