C/o Mendosa, Court Hill Road, Rosemarkie, Black-Isle, Inverness, IV10 8UE

Telephone: 44 (0) 1381 620883 mobile: 44 (0) 7876 556784

ASSG banner logo email us now! 2017 Subscriptions due Nick Lake photo LR

Conference kindly supported by:

Best Shellfish 2017 / 2018 Winners!

SAGB Oyster book cover jpg SNH logo 2011 OY57ERS small ORI No. 27 2012 lowres Sheucan school on quay landscape low res keep clam 2 Neogen Europe Green seafish logo jpg FSS logo

Biotoxin updates here

Aquaculture Growth to 2030 in Scotland

2030 vision

Cracking NEW website for 2017.

 

This is most useful tool for shellfish farmers.

 

http://www.habreports.org/

Native Oysters

Native Oyster Workshop

Berlin, 1-3 Nov 2017

Current Activities and Future Perspectives. The meeting aims at building a network of oyster restoration experts and institutions around Europe with input from experiences and knowledge exchange around the world.

 

Please contact Henning von Nordheim for more details.

Passports for Brexit

BREXIT - Breaking News!

 

The Grower has learnt, that now Article 50 has been implemented and the process of leaving the EU has begun, all Shellfish movements in and out of Scotland will require passports.

 

Read more about it in The Grower, April 2017

CE logo 17s Grower 17 Oct Loch Fyne ASC

Loch Fyne Oysters recieve ASC standard for responsible farming of Blue mussels, the first company worldwide to do so.

 

Loch Fyne Oysters Ltd Managing Director Cameron Brown said, “We are very proud to be the first blue mussel farmer in the world to receive this certification from ASC, which is recognition of Loch Fyne Oysters dedication and hard work to provide ethically grown and environmentally friendly mussels to our customers around the globe."

Loch Fyne receive world-first Certification

winners 2017 b

Congratulations to the winners of Scotland's Best Shellfish

 

Left to Right the winners are:

 

Richard Tait, Shetland Mussels Ltd. - Best Mussels

Judith Vajk, Caledonian Oysters Ltd. - Best Native Oysters

Craig Archibald, Islay Oysters, - Best Rock Oysters

A new category, specifically for shellfish farmers, will be included in this year’s Scottish Marine Aquaculture Awards. Despite the name of the awards, entries are invited from shellfish farmers across the UK. Applications will be considered from all manner of shellfish producers, from mussels and oysters, to more experimental species such as lobsters and sea urchins. Judges will be looking for either consistent excellence in performance across the board or an exceptional achievement in a particular, perhaps pioneering, shellfish growing project. To find out more about how to enter this, and other categories, click here.

SMAA logo 2018