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Recirculating Aquaculture and Macro Algae

Recirculating Aquaculture and Macro Algae

The main advantage for utilizing recirculating aquaculture systems is the ability to conserve water and limit discharge. A well designed...
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Antibiotic Free and Growth Hormone Free

Antibiotic Free and Growth Hormone Free

One major black mark in the history of aquaculture is the use of chemical therapeutic treatments in aquaculture systems. Mainly...
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Mercury-Free Sablefish

Mercury-Free Sablefish

Many seafood consumers are concerned with the amount of mercury found in their dinners. This problem has grown to a...
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Manley to the Rescue!

Manley to the Rescue!

As Perciformes moves forward on developing sustainable aquaculture techniques for high value marine finfish species, Chris Manley (Director of Perciformes)...
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#FishyFriday

#FishyFriday

Due to their complex life history of living in deep ocean habitats, Sablefish filets have a very high Omega-3 content....
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February Marks Anniversary

February Marks Anniversary

Throwback Thursday: The month of February is a very special month for us at Perciformes. This is the month when...
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The Need for Sustainable Marine Finfish

The Need for Sustainable Marine Finfish

With how vast the ocean is, many people question why we need aquaculture projects like Perciformes in the first place....
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Optimal Parameters for Sablefish

Optimal Parameters for Sablefish

Perciformes’ Sablefish are cultured in a closed recirculating aquaculture system. This means that Perciformes has full control over environmental conditions...
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Sablefish: Rich in Omega-3

Sablefish: Rich in Omega-3

Normally fish regulate their buoyancy by using an air filled sac located near their stomachs called a swim bladder. A...
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