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Dismal June as Shrimp Landings Drop to Record Lows, Prices Fall

NOAA reports that shrimpers in the Gulf landed 9.7 million pounds of shrimp last month.  That total represents the second least productive June since 2002, behind only June 2010 (9.6 million pounds).  The amount of shrimp landed in the Gulf last month was roughly half the previous thirteen-year average for the month of June (18.5 [...]Dismal June as Shrimp Landings Drop to Record Lows, Prices Fall read more ...

 

FREE – AMSEA Commercial Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Course

This is a notification for a Drill Conductors Safety Course to be held in Crystal River, FL.  This course will fulfill the U.S. Coast Guard requirement; 46 CFR 28.270 – Instruction, Drills, and Safety Orientation for documented vessels operating beyond the boundary line (12nm on the Gulf of Mexico). § 28.270Instruction, drills, and safety orientation. [...]FREE – AMSEA Commercial Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Course read more ...

 

Half Way through 2015, FDA’s Refusals of Shrimp for Banned Antibiotics Hits Record High

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported refusing 112 seafood entry lines in June 2015.  Of these, 29 (26%) were of shrimp entry lines refused for reasons related to banned antibiotics.   Through the first half of 2015, the FDA has now refused a total of 232 entry lines of shrimp products for reasons [...]Half Way through 2015, FDA’s Refusals of Shrimp for Banned Antibiotics Hits Record High read more ...

 

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