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Choose from 218 pictures in our Farmed collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Pellets for farmed salmon

Feeding Scottish farmed salmon using pellets - Over a period of 20 years, salmon farmers have gradually substituted marine raw materials with vegetable raw materials, while sustaining the health benefits and quality of farmed salmon. This change in the dietary composition has reduced our dependency on forage fish considerably. Since 2004, volumes of farmed Atlantic salmon have increased significantly in parallel with a significant reduction in utilised volumes of fishmeal and fish oil. Salmon is an excellent vehicle for omega-3 (fatty acids), an important component of human nutrition. However, the amount of these healthy components in the fish is to a large degree mirrored by the level of fish oil in the feed. Fish oil is the main source of omega-3 in feed and, in the future, the level of fish oil substitution will mainly be determined by the market requirement for omega-3 in salmon..

© GUSTOIMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Scottish farmed salmon pens

Image showing a collection of salmon pens in Scotland. Salmon aquaculture production grew over ten-fold during the 25 years from 1982 to 2007. Leading producers of farmed salmon are Norway with 33 percent, Chile with 31 percent, and other European producers with 19 percent.(1)There is currently much controversy about the ecological and health impacts of intensive salmon aquaculture. There are particular concerns about the impacts on wild salmon and other marine life. Some of this controversy is part of a major commercial competitive fight for market share and price between Alaska commercial salmon fishermen and the rapidly evolving salmon aquaculture industry.

© GUSTOIMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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River Nile Delta and Suez Canal

River Nile Delta and Suez Canal, Egypt, satellite image. North is at top. Water is black, vegetation is green and arid land is brown. The image data has been decorrelated to enhance the colours. The delta of the River Nile is intensively farmed due to the rich and fertile sediment deposited by the river as it reaches the Mediterranean Sea. Centre- pivot irrigation circles are seen at lower centre. At right, the Suez Canal connects the Red Sea to the Mediterranean. This 180-kilometre-wide image was taken on 20 September 1984, in visible and infrared wavelengths, with the Thematic Mapper (TM) sensor on a NASA Landsat satellite.

© EARTH SATELLITE CORPORATION/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY