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Cod Farming in Nordic Countries Conference

The cod farming conference will be making a welcome return to Reykjavik on the day before the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition and Awards.

Held at the Grand Hotel, attendees can benefit from both events making their visit even more valuable.

In recent years the fish farming industry has reduced the focus on cod farming and as a result the production of farmed cod has also reduced. Research and development work has been carried out for many years but there are still many challenges to be met before cod farming will become economical.

The main aim of the conference is to give an overview of the industry with discussions and estimates on how many years of development are required before cod farming in the Nordic countries becomes viable. Sessions will include:

Important biological challenges and bottlenecks in cod farming
Industrial view: Current setback in cod farming
Where do we go from here? Processing of farmed and wild cod

For details contact:
Ragnheiður Stefánsdóttir
RS Travel Solutions / RS-ferðalausnir slf.
Karfavogur 54
104 Reykjavik , Iceland
Tel: +354 568 7939 or +354 892 7073
Email: cod2011@rstravelsolutions.com

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