Aquatic animal health in the Livestock and Fish program: Year in review
December 15, 2015 Editor 0
Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing animal-food producing sectors, helping reduce reliance and pressure on wild capture fisheries. However, as global aquaculture production has grown in recent years, aquatic animal diseases have also emerged as a significant challenge. Diseases can severely impact farmed aquatic animals, undermining the sustainability of the aquaculture industry.
This blog post highlights how WorldFish and its partners are collaborating to tackle emerging diseases in aquatic animals and developing better management practices to minimize their impact.
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