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Shellfish Hatchery Companies (Aquaculture)

  • Taylor Shellfish Farms

    Taylor Shellfish Farms is the largest producer of farmed shellfish in the United States. Under the leadership of the Taylor family of Shelton, WA, the business has grown to nearly 500 employees and 11,000 acres of tidelands along the Washington coast and British Columbia. We also operate additional ...

    based in Shelton, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Island Scallops Ltd (ISL)

    Island Scallops Ltd (ISL) was established in 1989 and is currently engaged in the hatchery production, farming, processing, and marketing of marine species. ISL is a technology-driven company with extensive marine expertise, and has developed proprietary hatchery technology for several species ...

    based in Qualicum Beach, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Olympus Aquaculture Consulting Inc.

    The mission of my company is to assist existing and start-up aquaculture enterprises achieve their goals by providing experience and innovation for their molluscan shellfish projects. I have been intimately involved in the development of molluscan shellfish hatcheries since their inception in the ...

    based in Port Townsend, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Todd Fish Tech Ltd

    Based in Dalgety Bay, Fife, Scotland we are specialists in the design of shellfish systems to care for lobster, langoustine and crab from catch to plate. We design our technology with your working practices and the needs of the fish in mind and use the best quality of materials. Our systems are ...

    based in Fife, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia (AANS)

    The Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia represents and is the advocate for people involved in the aquaculture industry in this province. It includes farmers of shellfish and finfish, fish processors, fish hatchery & nursery owner-operators, land-based recirculation operators involved in ...

    based in Halifax, NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA).

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