Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):


Question - Can you grow salmon in freshwater?

Answer - Yes salmon can be raised in a freshwater, closed containment system, which is not how salmon are conventionally grown. Salmon in the wild strive primarily in saltwater but swim to freshwater every year to spawn.

Question - How long does it take to grow salmon fish?

Answer - Salmon farming production cycle can last for about 3 years. The 1st year of production takes place in controlled freshwater environments, and then the farmed salmon are moved to seawater cages. Once the farmed salmon reach a harvestable size, they are transported to processing plants where they are prepared for sale.

Question - Is salmon farming self sustaining?

Answer - With the lowest carbon footprint, lowest feed conversion ratio plus lowest land use, farmed salmon continue to be one of the most eco-efficient forms of fish protein, according to (GSI).


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