Resources for Aquaculture & Seafood

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Intensive Marine Finfish Larviculture
Marine finfish production is a rapidly expanding field, both in research and industrial aquaculture. A driving force behind this growth is the inherently high value placed upon marine finfish products in the marketplace.
Feb 7, 2020 600-050 (CNRE-84P)
Overview of Good Aquaculture Practices Feb 22, 2019 600-054 (CNRE-40P)
Common Diseases of Cultured Striped Bass, Morone saxatilis, and Its Hybrid (M. saxitilis x M. chrysops) Jun 15, 2020 600-080 (VM-01P)
Rotifer Production (as a First Feed Item) for Intensive Finfish Larviculture Aug 30, 2019 600-105 (CNRE-61P)
Artemia Culture for Intensive Finfish and Crustacean Larviculture Aug 21, 2019 600-106 (CNRE-60P)
Getting Acquainted with Amyloodinium ocellatum Feb 22, 2019 600-200 (CNRE-39P)
Dealing with Trichodina and Trichodina-like species Feb 22, 2019 600-205(CNRE-38P)
The Problems of Avian Predators on Fish Farms: Scaup on Baitfish (Golden Shiner) Farms Jul 8, 2019 AAEC-191NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: National Findings Sep 19, 2019 AAEC-192NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Coastal State Findings Sep 19, 2019 AAEC-193NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Midwest States Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-194NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Colorado Findings Sep 5, 2019 AAEC-195NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Idaho Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-196NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Michigan Findings Sep 26, 2019 AAEC-197NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: New York Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-198NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: North Carolina Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-199NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Ohio Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-200NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Pennsylvania Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-201NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Utah Findings Sep 26, 2019 AAEC-202NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Virginia Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-203NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: West Virginia Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-204NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Wisconsin Findings Sep 23, 2019 AAEC-205NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Salmonid Industry: Western Region Findings Oct 2, 2019 AAEC-206NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. aquaculture, aquaponics, and allied businesses: Quarter 1 Results Apr 29, 2020 AAEC-218NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. aquaculture, aquaponics, and allied businesses: Quarter 2 Results
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease pandemic, a collaborative initiative was launched by The Ohio State University, Virginia Tech, and Engle-Stone Aquatic$, LLC to assess the impacts of the pandemic on U.S. aquaculture, aquaponics, and allied industry. Over the course of the first quarter of 2020, the U.S. government developed and implemented several emergency relief measures, in an effort to assist small businesses and individuals. The Q2 survey asked specifically about these relief and assistance programs, as well as questions on adaptations and changes being implemented by farms and businesses in response to the ongoing challenges. This fact sheet summarizes the Q2 results of this study, covering the period from April 10th to June 29th, 2020.
Aug 6, 2020 AAEC-228NP
Cormorant Predation of Commercial Catfish Aquaculture in the Mississippi Delta Mar 9, 2020 AAEC-231NP
Aquaculture Marketing Issues and Solutions in Response to COVID-19 Concerns Sep 11, 2020 AAEC-232NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. aquaculture allied business: Quarter 1 Results Jan 12, 2021 AAEC-235NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. catfish businesses: Quarter 1 Results March 23, 2020 to April 10, 2020 May 1, 2026 AAEC-236NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. ornamental fish farms: Quarter 1 Results Jan 15, 2021 AAEC-237NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. aquaculture, aquaponics, and allied businesses located in the USDA North Central Aquaculture Region Jan 13, 2021 AAEC-238NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. mollusk businesses: Quarter 1 Results March 23, 2020 to April 10, 2020 Jan 15, 2021 AAEC-239NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. aquaculture, aquaponics, and allied businesses located in the USDA Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture Region: Quarter 1 Results March 23, 2020 to April 10, 2020 Jan 14, 2021 AAEC-240NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. crustacean farms: Quarter 1 Results Jan 14, 2021 AAEC-241NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. aquaculture, aquaponics, and allied businesses in the USDA Western Aquaculture Region: Q1 Results Jan 18, 2021 AAEC-243NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. trout foodfish businesses: Quarter 1 Results Jan 18, 2021 AAEC-244NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. tilapia farms: Quarter 1 Results Jan 18, 2021 AAEC-245NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. aquaculture, aquaponics, and allied businesses: Quarter 1 Results March 23, 2020 to April 10, 2020 Jan 13, 2021 AAEC-246NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. sportfish farms: Quarter 1 Results Jan 18, 2021 AAEC-247NP
Enterprise Budgets for Trout Production in Idaho Feb 8, 2021 AAEC-276NP
Economics of Farm and Agribusiness Sustainability Feb 25, 2021 AAEC-278NP
Risk Management and Crop Insurance Mar 25, 2021 AAEC-282NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Shellfish Industry: Pacific Coast Findings Jun 16, 2021 AAEC-285NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Shellfish Industry: California Findings Jun 16, 2021 AAEC-286NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Shellfish Industry: Washington Findings Jun 16, 2021 AAEC-288NP
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. Mollusk aquaculture and allied businesses: Quarter 4 Results Apr 22, 2022 AAEC-295NP
Safe and Nutritious Seafood in Virginia
Consumers enjoy eating a variety of seafood and can find many choices of fresh as well as frozen seafood in the refrigerated and freezer cases of grocery stores.Abigail Villalba, Extension Specialist, Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center Michael Jahncke, Professor, Food Science and Technology, and Director, Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center Michael Schwarz, Extension Specialist, Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center David Kuhn, Assistant Professor, Food Science and Technology, Virginia Tech Alisha Farris, Extension Specialist, Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise, Virginia Tech
May 6, 2021 AREC-156P
Sanitation Monitoring for Seafood Processors
Seafood processors must practice strict sanitary procedures to reduce contamination sources, thus providing consumers with high quality, wholesome foods. A routine sanitation monitoring program in place demonstrates that processors are actively maintaining a sanitary environment during processing.
Sep 3, 2021 AREC-163NP (FST-391NP)
The Seafood Hazard Guide, 4th edition: Summary of Changes and Recommendations pdf Feb 14, 2018 AREC-18P (AREC-228P)
Cost of Regulations on Baitfish/Sportfish Farms: What will it be for trout? Jan 30, 2017 AREC-202
Alabama Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 10, 2017 AREC-211
Arkansas Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 12, 2017 AREC-212
Florida, Illinois, Texas, and Kansas Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 12, 2017 AREC-213
New York Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 12, 2017 AREC-214
North Carolina Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 18, 2017 AREC-215
Ohio Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 18, 2017 AREC-216
Pennsylvania Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 18, 2017 AREC-217
Wisconsin Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 18, 2017 AREC-218
National Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Jul 25, 2017 AREC-219 (AREC-225)
Great Lakes Region Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 24, 2017 AREC-220
South Central Region Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Costs Apr 24, 2017 AREC-221
South East Region Baitfish and Sportfish Regulatory Cost Apr 24, 2017 AREC-222
Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center Fact Sheet May 8, 2017 AREC-224NP
Food Allergen Labeling and HACCP Control for the Seafood Industry: Undeclared Food Allergens and Their Impact on U.S. Consumers
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 11 million Americans have food allergies. A food allergy can trigger symptoms ranging from a tingling mouth, swelling of the tongue and throat, hives, and abdominal cramps to anaphylaxis and — in severe cases — death (CDC 2012). Consumers with known allergies must read labels to identify allergenic foods or ingredients on packaged products so they can more easily avoid them.
Sep 11, 2019 AREC-55P(FST-330P)
Liming Farm and Recreational Ponds Dec 8, 2020 CNRE-126NP
Edible Aquatic Plants in Farm Ponds Jan 7, 2021 CNRE-127NP
Ozone Application in Aquaculture Apr 5, 2017 FST-244P
Waterless Shipment of Warm-Water Shrimp Mar 28, 2017 FST-245P
Water Sampling Guide for Shellfish Hatcheries and Growers May 8, 2017 FST-267P
Understanding Fish Nutrition, Feeds, and Feeding Jul 5, 2017 420-256 (FST-269P)
Fish Slaughter Jul 25, 2017 FST-276
A Guide to the Aquaponics Food Safety Plan Development: Green Aquaponics LLC as a Model Feb 21, 2019 FST-302P
Application of Time-Temperature Indicators and Time Temperature Data Loggers in the Seafood Industry Sep 5, 2019 FST-345NP
Reduced Oxygen Packaging and Food Safety Concerns in Seafood Jan 21, 2020 FST-351NP (FST-358NP)
Strategies to control the spread of COVID at seafood processing plants: Shared Transportation and Housing
The purpose of this extension publication is to provide food processors with basic guidelines to follow and to use when discussing Coronavirus (COVID-19) controls during shared transportation and housing.
Jul 21, 2020 FST-375NP
Strategies to Control the Spread of COVID at Seafood Processing Plants: Hand Washing and Personal Protective Equipment Jul 15, 2020 FST-376NP
Strategies to Control the Spread of COVID at Seafood Processing Plants: Social Distancing and Physical Barriers Jul 15, 2020 FST-377NP
Strategies to Control the Spread of COVID at Seafood Processing Plants: Cleaning and Disinfection
This publication is part of a series of publications titled "Strategies to control the spread of COVID at seafood processing plants". The information in this publication provides seafood processors with strategies that can be implemented to minimize exposure of the workforce to the COVID virus by using cleaning and disinfection practices.
Jul 21, 2020 FST-378NP
Strategies to Control the Spread of COVID at Seafood Processing Plants: Employee Health
This publication provides seafood processors with strategies to control and minimize the spread of COVID at seafood processing plants. The publication discusses steps that employers and employees must take to ensure the continuity of operations of essential functions when employees are returning to work after exposure to COVID.
Jul 17, 2020 FST-379NP
What Do I Need To Know To Sell SEAFOOD at the Farmers Market? Nov 17, 2020 FST-380NP
Nanobubbles as an Emerging Sanitation Technology Jan 27, 2021 FST-383NP
Icing Your Catch to Take Home Jul 27, 2021 FST-388NP
Selection and Cooking Basics for Preparing High Quality, Safe Seafood (Fish and Shellfish) Jul 16, 2018 FST-96NP
Increasing Your Confidence in Cooking High Quality, Safe Seafood (Fish and Shellfish): A Demonstration Tutorial Jul 16, 2018 FST-98NP
Pesticide Applicator Manuals Dec 17, 2021 VTTP-2