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'Plate Sized' Farmed Turbot in Five Restaurants at the 1976 Argyle Seafood Festival

M. Urch

Farmed turbot weighing approximately 500-550g each were served at five restaurants, during the Argyll Seafood Festival in early July 1976, and were also displayed wet at the gala at Crinan. The trial confirmed that this is the optimum size for serving farmed turbot as a plat-size single portion, as they were well received by the management of the restaurants, the chefs and customers alike. Larger fish, about 900g in weight and suitable for serving two portions, were not so well received, as they were not so easy to handle in the kitchen. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish.

September 1976Download PDF

10 Golden Rules For Looking After Your Crustacea Stock

M Jacklin

10 top tips for keeping crustacea tip top.

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1987 Halibut Rearing at Seafish, Ardtoe

J.E. Dye

Halibut rearing from broodstock held at the MFU achieved considerable success in 1987 with the successful hatchings of egg larvae and the survival of a small number through metamorphosis to the juvenile state. This report describes in detail the procedures followed. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish.

October 1987Download PDF

2000 Survey of the UK Sea Fish Processing Industry

H.C. Curtis

In this detailed report the structure of the whole industry is revealed, highlighting trends and changes since 1995 and earlier. Tables, charts, and graphs illustrate the key points concerning how the industry is organised, how it is evolving, and how this affects the distribution of employment in the industry. Results are broken down by region, by company size, by fish type, and by type of processing carried out (primary, secondary, or mixed). There is detailed financial analysis of the primary and mixed processing sectors, showing the strengths and weaknesses of the industry as a whole, and highlighting regional and sectoral differences.

2000Download PDF

2001 Economic Survey of the UK Fishing Fleet

J.Watson, A. Martin

The survey involved the collection of costs and earnings information on 448 vessels across the UK and built on a previous survey carried out in 1998 on behalf of Seafish (The Fishermen’s Handbook). All UK registered vessels greater than ten metres in length, 7-10 metre vessels in Scotland, and English Channel inshore vessels were targeted.

2002Paper