Scottish Sea Farms opens inhouse incubator

©ScottishSeaFarms New £2M incubation facility

A new inhouse £2m incubation unit is helping Scottish Sea Farms safeguard egg supply and quality

Scottish Sea Farms is opening a new inhouse incubation unit to help safeguard egg supply and fish survival.

The new unit will open at the company’s Barcaldine Hatchery in Oban this autumn and will reduce the reliance on specialist suppliers.

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