Stunning captured wild sea fish for better animal welfare
Fish Management Systems Ltd is pleased to announce its participation in a project which aims to improve the on-board welfare of wild-caught marine flatfish in The Netherlands. The main role of FMS will be the design, supply, and installation of an in-water, in-line electric stunning system which will be used to stun captured fish before slaughter and processing.
For additional information on this project please visit: https://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Research-Institutes/marine-research/show-marine/Stunning-captured-wild-sea-fish-for-better-animal-welfare.htm
Aquafutures Spain '22
Fish Management Systems are delighted to confirm their attendance at Aquafutures Spain '22. The event will take place from 23rd to 25th March 2022.
This will be the first time we will be exhibiting at this event and we are looking forward to showcasing our product range.
Aquaculture UK 2022
Fish Management Systems Ltd. will be attending the Aquacultures UK exhibition from 5th to 7th May 2022 in Aviemore, Scotland.
Fish Management Systems Ltd. is delighted to confirm their attendance at Aquafarm 2022, Pordenone, Italy 25 & 26 May 2022. We look forward to meeting everyone face to face again and showing our latest products and services for fish farming.
Aquaculture Europe 2022
Fish Management is delighted to confirm their attendance at the Aquaculture Europe event, taking place from 27th to 30th September 2022, in Rimini, Italy.
Managing farmed fish with electric fields in pipelines
by Robin McKimm and Martin O’Farrell, Fish Management Systems, (UK-Ireland)
A pest control business known to us has an introductory paragraph which reads, ‘most people don’t think about pests, but when they discover that they have a pest problem in their home, they can think about nothing else’. In the world of aquaculture, a similar concentration of the mind applies to fish harvest methods. Many fish farmers are concerned about the fish harvest methods they deploy. They know that regulators and society in general, as represented by the consumer, are concerned, and they know they must do better! Their fish deserve better.
Fish Farming Technology
International Aqua Feed
Everyone agrees that life is more complicated nowadays. In the past, universities had Departments of Zoology. Now there are Departments of Animal… Husbandry, Services, Care and Control, Health, Veterinary Services, Welfare and Behaviour. The welfare of farmed animals throughout their lives and, particularly, at the time of slaughter is now very high on the agendas of producers and consumers. The welfare of farmed fish, throughout their lives and at the time of slaughter is a relatively new consideration.