Entries by Aquamedic

How useful is the lice skirt?

In a project that has just been completed (see FHF #901453 Norwegian language), Aquamedic and 4 partners have carried out this field study to quantify the advantages and disadvantages of using the Midt-Norsk-Ring together with use of the skirt. The project has done research of the effect of using skirts against lice impact and attempted […]

Gut heath status for farmed salmon

The FHF project “Gut Matters” started in 2018 to identify and find remedies for damage to the salmon’s intestinal function that may be caused by new plant ingredients in the feed. A survey on intestinal tissue injuries was completed in 2018 and showed minor to moderate inflammatory changes, especially as the fish approached harvest size. […]

Beta-glucans reduce inflammation

“Everyone” knows that beta-glucans added to the fish’s feed stimulate the nonspecific immune system, but a new project we carried out shows that they can also reduce the expression of inflammatory genes. The results from vaccination trials to trigger abdominal inflammation will be presented at the European Fish Pathologist Conference in Porto September 9-14, 2019. […]

Pancreas Disease can be controlled

A tax relief funded project we are implementing with a salmon farming client confirms that the Norwegian PD control strategy should be revised. Read more in a (Norwegian language) article that provides a link to the Norwegian veterinary journal, and in a more recent update. Both are published on kyst.no. Contact us for industrial projects […]