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    Fish Meal
    Most farm raised fish are fed a formula comprised of grains, fish meal, and fish oils. According to the AAFCO, fish meal is "the clean, dried, ground tissue of undercomposed whole fish or fish cuttings, either or both, with or without the extraction of part of the oil. It must contain not more than 10% moisture. If it contains more than 3% salt (NaCl), the amount of salt must constitute a part of the brand name, provided that in no case must the salt content of this product exceed 7%" (2000).
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    Fish Meal
    Most farm raised fish are fed a formula comprised of grains, fish meal, and fish oils. According to the AAFCO, fish meal is "the clean, dried, ground tissue of undercomposed whole fish or fish cuttings, either or both, with or without the extraction of part of the oil. It must contain not more than 10% moisture. If it contains more than 3% salt (NaCl), the amount of salt must constitute a part of the brand name, provided that in no case must the salt content of this product exceed 7%" (2000).
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  1. page Global Markets edited ... -Steelhead, 3.1 per cent. Reference n Canadian Canadian Aquaculture Industry ... from ht…
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    -Steelhead, 3.1 per cent.
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  2. page Global Markets edited ... There are some emerging business opportunities for fish farming since the industry has become …
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    There are some emerging business opportunities for fish farming since the industry has become a billion dollar industry and more than 30% of all the seafood consumptions each year are supplied by fish farms. For example, the United States has become one of the potential profitable markets for fish farmers to import fishes to the country or to raise fishes directly in the country in order to save some type of costs like transportation or distribution costs since the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization reports that the industry is growing three times faster than land-based animal agriculture. Moreover, fish farming in the United States has become more popular as natural fisheries become less available. The above reasons would provide great opportunities for fish farmers to enter this global market. (link: http://www.fishinghurts.com/fishFarms.asp)
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    Key
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    n Site

    Site
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    major categories:
    -Ecological

    -Ecological
    factors
    -Biological

    -Biological
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    factors include:
    -Water

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    supply
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    -Water
    quality
    -Climate
    -Hydrological

    -Climate
    -Hydrological
    characteristics
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    -Soil
    characteristics
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    estimated production)
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    n Aquaculture

    Aquaculture
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    Canadian
    aquaculture production
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    by volume:
    -Salmon,

    -Salmon,
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    -Oysters,
    7.0 per cent;
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  3. page Global Markets edited ... There are some emerging business opportunities for fish farming since the industry has become …
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    There are some emerging business opportunities for fish farming since the industry has become a billion dollar industry and more than 30% of all the seafood consumptions each year are supplied by fish farms. For example, the United States has become one of the potential profitable markets for fish farmers to import fishes to the country or to raise fishes directly in the country in order to save some type of costs like transportation or distribution costs since the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization reports that the industry is growing three times faster than land-based animal agriculture. Moreover, fish farming in the United States has become more popular as natural fisheries become less available. The above reasons would provide great opportunities for fish farmers to enter this global market. (link: http://www.fishinghurts.com/fishFarms.asp)
    -Chi
    What is aquaculture?
    According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, molluscs, crustaceans and aquatic plants. The fastest growing food production sector in the world. A major food production industry that occurs throughout the world. Asia market contributes over 90% of global aquaculture production and over 80% of global aquaculture production value. Europe is the second highest contributor of global aquaculture production.
    What is the future of the aquaculture industry?
    The World’s Population is Demanding More Seafood. Not only is the world’s population growing rapidly but it is also becoming increasingly affluent. Both trends are increasing the world’s demand for seafood. Traditional capture fisheries will not be able to meet these demands. The world’s population is expected to increase some 36 per cent from approximately 6.1 billion people in 2000, to 8.3 billion in 2030. By 2030, estimated total seafood demand will be 183 million tonnes, but the estimated supply will be only 150 to 160 million tonnes. It is estimated that global capture fisheries can provide only 80-100 million tonnes of fish annually on a sustainable basis. Aquaculture Offers a Solution. Sustainable aquaculture output can make up the gap between seafood supply and demand. Global aquaculture will continue to experience a very high rate of growth for many years before leveling off. World aquaculture output is expected to surpass beef production by 2010. Today, aquaculture represents 29 per cent of the volume and 39 per cent of the value of global fish landings but, by 2030, it will be the dominant source of fish and seafood.
    Key Markets
    n Site selection in aquaculture is a complex process that takes into consideration a range of factors. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the primary factors may be grouped into three major categories:
    -Ecological factors
    -Biological and operational factors
    -Economic and social factors
    n Ecological factors include:
    -Water supply
    -Water quality
    -Climate
    -Hydrological characteristics
    -Soil characteristics
    -Land
    n Biological and operational factors include:
    -Species to be cultured
    -Resources and availability of stocking materials (spawners, fry or fingerlings)
    -Type of project
    -System of culture adopted (e.g. intensive, extensive)
    -Operational method (e.g. monoculture, polyculture, integrated)
    -Production target (e.g. size of site, estimated production)
    n Economic and social factors include
    -Development plans for the project area
    -Ownership, availability of land and land values, land regulations and rights, as well as any legal restrictions relating to land
    -Proximity to all-weather road connections
    -Availability of electricity, telephone or radio connections, as well as unit power cost
    -Availability of equipment, services and supplies needed for running the project
    -Availability of construction materials
    -Location of markets for the produce and determination of demand
    -Availability of organic and artificial fertilizers, drugs and chemical materials
    -Availability of supplementary feeds
    -Costs of equipment, materials, feeds, etc. needed for running the project
    -Availability of suitable transport facilities
    -Availability of ice for marketing
    -Availability of staff with adequate experience of pond management
    -Availability of skilled and semi-skilled labourers
    -Reasonable amenities for permanent staff, for example, schools, shopping facilities, hospital, etc.
    -Information on the local financing methods or credits
    -Political realities
    Country Selection
    n Aquaculture output in Canada grew at an annual rate of 19 per cent from 1986-2001.
    n Canadian aquaculture production is dominated by five main categories by volume:
    -Salmon, 69.0 per cent;
    -Blue mussels, 14.2 per cent;
    -Oysters, 7.0 per cent;
    -Trout, 4.3 per cent; and
    -Steelhead, 3.1 per cent.
    Reference
    n Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance. (2007). Canadian Aquaculture Industry Profile. CAIA. Retrieved September 8, 2007, from http://www.aquaculture.ca/facts/industryprofile.htm
    n Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance. (2007). Aquaculture Frequently Asked Questions. CAIA. Retrieved September 8, 2007, from http://www.aquaculture.ca/facts/faq.htm#1
    n Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance. (2007). Market and statistics. CAIA. Retrieved September 8, 2007, from http://www.aquaculture.ca/facts/aquaculture%20stats%20for%20web.pdf
    n United States Department of Agriculture. (2006). Aquaculture. USDA. Retrieved September 8, 2007, from http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/!ut/p/_s.7_0_A/7_0_1OB?navid=AQUACULTURE&parentnav=AGRICULTURE&navtype=RT

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    African Catfish - (Clarias gariepinus)
    African Catfish, also known as the sharptooth catfish, are a largely underexploited, underutilized resource available throughout the continent of Africa. From a commercial aquacultural perspective, a highly recommended food fish in Africa it can be marketed fresh and frozen; eaten broiled, fried and baked.
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    Biology of Clarias gariepinus
    Clarias gariepinus main habitat is quiet waters, lakes and pools but may also be found in fast flowing rivers and in rapids. The species is widely tolerant of extreme environmental conditions this due in part to the presence of an accessory breathing organ which enables this species to breath air when very active or under very dry conditions such as found in muddy substrates of ponds.
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    Different sizes of eels should be raised in different ponds due to the some critical reasons. Eels are classified by sizes small, medium, and large. For size small eels, the started weight for them should be 1 kg/ 500 eels. While transporting all types of sizes eels, some medications would need to be applied to avoid certain infections, especially size small eels. The average growing rate for the small one from 1 kg/ 500 eels to 1 kg/ 300 eels is 1.5 months, and eels would usually grow from 1 kg/ 300 eels to 1 kg/ 100-150 eels after another 1.5 months. In order to receive better growing results, eels should be re-measured for sizes for every 1 or 1.5 months and transfer them to more suitable ponds if necessary. Feed one time a day for all sizes of eels is ideal. Feeding amount for 1 kg / 500-300, eels would be equal to 5% of total eels’ weight, and 3% for eels that within 1 kg/ 300-100 eels range. In fish food, adding B Vitamins, fish oil, sugar or certain minerals could provide better results. Best time for raising size small eels is during April to August. When eel’s weight exceeds 1 kg/ 100 eels, it is considered a size medium eel. Feeding amount for this size of eels should be equal to 2% of total weight of eels. After 1 or 1.5 months of cultivations of eels, their weight should increase from 1 kg/ 100 eels to 1 kg/ 50 eels typically, and it is time to transfer them to larger size of ponds. Feeding amount for this size of eels should be equal to 1.5% of total size large eels’ weight per pond. After three more months of the growing, they should be able to reach 1 kg/ 5-8 eels and could be ready to sell to the market. However, the feeding amount for this size of eels should not exceed 1% of this size of eels’ total weight. (link: http://tw.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/?qid=1405111617693)
    Eel Farm's required facilities and production processes:
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    Clams-
    The Geoduck (Gooey Duck) Panopea Abrubta, AKA: King Clam or Elephant Trunk Clam is one of the world’s largest saltwater clams. Named after the Native American phrase "Dig Deep", geoducks are native to Northern coastal pacific United States and Canada. Geoducks live in the sub-tidal zones or 10 to 80 feet below the mean low tide mark of this area. They also are one of the oldest living organisms. The oldest geoduck on record lived to over 160 years old. Geoducks are native to Northern coastal pacific United States and Canada. They reach maturity around 15 years of age weighing between 10 an 14 pounds. An attribute for their longevity can be that they virtually do not have natural predators. Also their long lifespan can attributed to minimal movement greatly reducing on their wear.
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  5. page Shrimp, Eel, and Clams edited ... For saving-based cultivation, eels will be cultivated indoors. It is also called factory-based…
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    For saving-based cultivation, eels will be cultivated indoors. It is also called factory-based cultivation. An electronically central-controlled circulation system will be needed for cultivation. The foods fed to the eels are of floating solid types. This type of eel cultivation can raise much more eels based on the higher density of baby eels in one pond and the higher amount of feeding capacity. This type of eel cultivation can also raise more eel types than the traditional-based cultivation. However, some disadvantages for this type of cultivation include higher capital investment, higher energy consuming, expensive facilities and equipments, higher risk of monitoring the electronically central-controlled circulation system, and higher risk of death of eel due to some lack of management and high density of eel cultivated.
    Different sizes of eels should be raised in different ponds due to the some critical reasons. Eels are classified by sizes small, medium, and large. For size small eels, the started weight for them should be 1 kg/ 500 eels. While transporting all types of sizes eels, some medications would need to be applied to avoid certain infections, especially size small eels. The average growing rate for the small one from 1 kg/ 500 eels to 1 kg/ 300 eels is 1.5 months, and eels would usually grow from 1 kg/ 300 eels to 1 kg/ 100-150 eels after another 1.5 months. In order to receive better growing results, eels should be re-measured for sizes for every 1 or 1.5 months and transfer them to more suitable ponds if necessary. Feed one time a day for all sizes of eels is ideal. Feeding amount for 1 kg / 500-300, eels would be equal to 5% of total eels’ weight, and 3% for eels that within 1 kg/ 300-100 eels range. In fish food, adding B Vitamins, fish oil, sugar or certain minerals could provide better results. Best time for raising size small eels is during April to August. When eel’s weight exceeds 1 kg/ 100 eels, it is considered a size medium eel. Feeding amount for this size of eels should be equal to 2% of total weight of eels. After 1 or 1.5 months of cultivations of eels, their weight should increase from 1 kg/ 100 eels to 1 kg/ 50 eels typically, and it is time to transfer them to larger size of ponds. Feeding amount for this size of eels should be equal to 1.5% of total size large eels’ weight per pond. After three more months of the growing, they should be able to reach 1 kg/ 5-8 eels and could be ready to sell to the market. However, the feeding amount for this size of eels should not exceed 1% of this size of eels’ total weight. (link: http://tw.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/?qid=1405111617693)
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    The Geoduck (Gooey Duck) Panopea Abrubta, AKA: King Clam or Elephant Trunk Clam is one of the world’s largest saltwater clams. Named after the Native American phrase "Dig Deep", geoducks are native to Northern coastal pacific United States and Canada. Geoducks live in the sub-tidal zones or 10 to 80 feet below the mean low tide mark of this area. They also are one of the oldest living organisms. The oldest geoduck on record lived to over 160 years old. Geoducks are native to Northern coastal pacific United States and Canada. They reach maturity around 15 years of age weighing between 10 an 14 pounds. An attribute for their longevity can be that they virtually do not have natural predators. Also their long lifespan can attributed to minimal movement greatly reducing on their wear.
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    African Catfish
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    Arctic Char
    € 4.24
    € 5.28
    € 5.10
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    Atlantic Salmon
    € 3.14
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    € 2.67
    € 3.34
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    Atlantic Salmon 1-2 WFE
    € 3.67
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    € 1.86
    € 2.20
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    Atlantic Salmon 2-3 WFE
    € 3.74
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    € 2.23
    € 2.60
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    Atlantic Salmon 3-4 WFE
    € 3.90
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    € 2.34
    € 2.86
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    Atlantic Salmon 4-5 WFE
    € 3.93
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    € 2.34
    € 2.90
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    Atlantic Salmon 5-6 WFE
    € 3.86
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    € 2.37
    € 2.93
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    Atlantic Salmon 6+ WFE
    € 3.80
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    € 2.49
    € 2.92
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    Caviar - Sturgeon
    € 457.00
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    € 1.76
    € 1.60
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    European Catfish
    € 4.37
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    € 3.14
    € 4.00
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    European Eels
    € 7.00
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    € 9.62
    € 8.78
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    European Eels - 130/170g
    € 6.78
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    € 7.39
    € 8.17
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    European Perch
    € 1.72
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    € 2.07
    € 1.65
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    Pike
    € 4.28
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    € 1.21
    € 0.75
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    Sturgeon
    € 6.93
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    € 2.70
    € 3.20
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    Tilapia
    € 2.95
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    € 1.75
    € 1.75
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    Turbot
    € 8.94
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    € 8.89
    € 8.99
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    White Portion Rainbow Trout
    € 2.29
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    € 1.90
    € 1.98
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    White Seabream
    € 7.20
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    € 2.03
    € 2.14
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    Sole
    € 9.00
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    € 10.50
    € 10.55
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    Large Rainbow Trout
    € 2.53
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    € 2.50
    € 2.84
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    European Seabass 400/600 gr
    € 5.04
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    Gilthead Seabream 300/400 gr
    € 4.23
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    European Seabass 200/300 gr
    € 3.87
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    European Seabass 300/400 gr
    € 4.74
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    European Seabass 600/800 gr
    € 6.41
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    European Seabass 800 gr / 1 kg
    € 9.17
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    European Seabass 1 kg +
    € 10.10
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    Gilthead Seabream 200/300 gr
    € 3.53
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    Gilthead Seabream 400/600 gr
    € 4.51
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    Gilthead Seabream 600/800 gr
    € 5.94
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    Gilthead Seabream 800 gr / 1 kg
    € 8.82
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    Halibut
    € 5.01
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    Gilthead Seabream 1 kg +
    € 10.20
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    Carps
    Production (tons)
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    73,039 t
    73,327 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 1.40
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    € 1.74
    € 1.56
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 111.1
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    M€ 127.2
    M€ 114.0
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    Catfish
    Production (tons)
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    5,510 t
    6,434 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 2.61
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    € 1.07
    € 1.24
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 11.7
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    M€ 5.9
    M€ 8.0
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    Eels
    Production (tons)
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    8,268 t
    8,805 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 5.37
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    € 7.90
    € 8.34
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 59.6
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    M€ 65.3
    M€ 73.4
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    Flatfish
    Production (tons)
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    7,035 t
    7,464 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 7.60
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    € 7.79
    € 8.30
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 38.1
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    M€ 54.8
    M€ 61.9
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    Other Freshwater fish
    Production (tons)
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    481 t
    539 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 2.21
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    € 4.42
    € 1.45
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 1.3
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    M€ 2.1
    M€ 0.8
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    Other Marine fish
    Production (tons)
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    15,203 t
    16,781 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 5.44
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    € 4.31
    € 4.06
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 33.2
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    M€ 65.5
    M€ 68.1
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    Salmon
    Production (tons)
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    716,994 t
    748,978 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 2.57
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    € 2.44
    € 2.95
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 1,649.1
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    M€ 1,750.9
    M€ 2,210.6
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    Sea Basses
    Production (tons)
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    68,679 t
    82,706 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 5.44
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    88,922 t
    99,265 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 4.59
    ...
    € 4.66
    € 4.51
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    Value in Meuros
    M€ 336.0
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    M€ 414.2
    M€ 447.6
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    Sturgeon
    Production (tons)
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    275 t
    332 t
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    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 4.26
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    € 4.27
    € 0.00
    ||
    Value in Meuros
    M€ 1.1
    ...
    M€ 1.2
    M€ 0.0
    ||
    Tilapias
    Production (tons)
    ...
    450 t
    700 t
    ||
    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 2.48
    ...
    € 1.75
    € 1.75
    ||
    Value in Meuros
    M€ 0.4
    ...
    M€ 0.8
    M€ 1.2
    ||
    Trout
    Production (tons)
    ...
    340,453 t
    326,808 t
    ||
    Value in Euros per Kg
    € 2.55
    ...
    € 2.10
    € 2.29
    ||
    Value in Meuros
    M€ 875.2
    ...
    M€ 714.3
    M€ 748.7
    ||
    Total Production (tons)
    1,192,308 t
    ...
    1,325,308 t
    1,372,138 t
    ||
    Total Value in Euros per Kg
    € 2.68
    ...
    M€ 3,560.2
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    Member Information
    Name: Christian Knauer
    ...
    2005
    2006
    ||
    Carps
    75,429
    ...
    73,327
    72,490
    ||
    Catfish
    3,359
    ...
    6,434
    6,295
    ||
    Eels
    11,109
    ...
    8,805
    7,790
    ||
    Flatfish
    3,969
    ...
    7,464
    8,730
    ||
    Other Freshwater fish
    619
    ...
    539
    350
    ||
    Other Marine fish
    4,989
    ...
    16,781
    18,310
    ||
    Salmon
    591,068
    ...
    748,978
    763,395
    ||
    Sea Basses
    45,957
    ...
    82,706
    88,531
    ||
    Sea Breams
    58,831
    ...
    99,265
    104,065
    ||
    Sturgeon
    543
    ...
    332
    65
    ||
    Tilapias
    200
    ...
    700
    750
    ||
    Trout
    333,509
    ...
    326,808
    332,361
    ||
    Grand Total
    1,129,582
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