Offshore sites or the unavoidable need to renew new forms of farming

    Reduce pollution, fish escapes, negative wildlife interactions, and parasite and disease transfer.

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    We have the feeling that we are about to witness, if not already, a far-reaching transformation in the world of salmon farming. Breaking news appears more and more about small and not-so-small variations in the way of producing, consuming, and regulating salmon.

    For all these reasons, it seems more than ideal to put on the table the subject of other production processes developed in the tireless task of human beings to renew themselves and adapt to the times.

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    Offshore farms, closed pen method, or what we commonly know as closed farming systems . . .

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