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Fourth ISA case

Fourth ISA case

22/05/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

A fourth case of Infectious Salmon Anaemia (ISA) was this week confirmed at a controlled site off the west coast of Shetland.Government officials announced they had found evidence of the virus on Wednesday evening.The site is owned by Hjaltland Seafarms Ltd, which also owns the other farms i... Read more...

Greig shows off WildWaters range

Greig shows off WildWaters range

01/05/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

Grieg Seafood Hjaltland took its new WildWaters range of products to an international audience at the European Seafood Exposition in Brussels this week.Managing director Michael Stark said the exposition had always been an important date in the seafood calen­dar and this year was no exception. ... Read more...

Fall-out over salmon compensation

Fall-out over salmon compensation

27/03/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

By JOHN ROBERTSONA row has broken out after the Scottish government decided to compensate small companies hit by its regime for combating infectious salmon anaemia (ISA) in Shetland but offer nothing to multi-nationals which are losing millions of pounds due to the strict controls imposed.A... Read more...

ISA back to haunt fish farmers

ISA back to haunt fish farmers

09/01/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

By JOHN ROBERTSONTHE THREE salmon farm sites caught up in an infectious salmon anaemia (ISA) scare off Scalloway have been cleared of fish, raising hopes the disease will not wreak the havoc suffered in Shetland 10 years ago. However, there are 10 more sites off the south-west Mainland with fis... Read more...