King Chinook Salmon
There are three main species n the New Zealand aquaculture industry, the green lipped mussel, the Pacific oyster and king salmon. In 2006, these three species generated 357 million in sales. Mussel accounted for 63 percent of this value, Pacific oyster 9 percent and king salmon 28 percent.
Farming in the sea for king salmon, is sometimes called sea cage ranching. Sea cage ranching takes place in large floating net cages, about 25 meters across and 15 meters deep, moored to the sea floor in clean, fast flowing coastal waters.
Young fish from freshwater hatcheries are transferred to cages containing several thousand salmon, and remain there for the rest of their life. They are fed fishmeal pellets high in protein and oil. Most of this fishmeal is imported from Australia. Salmon are harvest when they are about two years old, weighing 2.5 to 4 kilograms. Sea cages are located in the Marlborough Sounds, Akaroa Harbor and Stewart Island.
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