IFFO hosts meeting on how climate change impacts may affect fishmeal and fish oil supply chains (Neil Auchterlonie)

19th September 2018
IFFO hosted a small meeting this week as a start to looking at how climate change impacts may affect fishmeal and fish oil supply chains into aquafeed (and thus, aquaculture development).  At this stage the work looks at UK supply chains, but as with all seafood supply chains it is almost...

IFFO Presents at ISAAH, Prince Edward Island, Canada

6th September 2018
Neil Auchterlonie attended the International symposium on Aquatic Animal Health ( today, where he presented on the importance of marine ingredients in relation to the health of farmed salmon.  Neil’s presentation can be accessed here (Members only).  The symposium had...

Ray Hilborn presents at SeaWeb in Barcelona

27th June 2018
As IFFO members who regularly attend the Members’ Meetings and Annual Conferences will know, Prof Ray Hilborn of the University of Washington in the US has been undertaking some project work for IFFO on forage fish stocks since 2015.  Ray’s work looks specifically at the interactions between forage...

IFFO Technical workshops in Peru and Chile (June 2018)

8th June 2018
IFFO Technical hosted two workshops recently, one in Lima (Peru), and one in Concepcion (Chile).  IFFO was represented by Alejandra Aguilar, Jorge Mora and Neil Auchterlonie, and these workshops were conceived as an opportunity to engage directly with the technical representatives of the IFFO...

IFFO presents at Aquaculture UK 2018

25th May 2018
Neil Auchterlonie travelled to Aviemore, Scotland, on the 22nd May in order to take up an invitation to present at a workshop during the Aquaculture UK event.  The workshop, arranged by the Royal Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation...