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Scottish Fish Farms Annual Production Survey 2010

DescriptionScottish Fish Farms Annual Production Survey 2010
ISBN
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateNovember 17, 2011

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ISBN 978 1 78045 504 4 (Web publication only)
ISSN 1363-5867
DPPAS 12222

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Contents

Foreword
Summary
1. RAINBOW TROUT (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
2. ATLANTIC SALMON (Salmo salar) - OVA AND SMOLTS
3. ATLANTIC SALMON PRODUCTION
4. OTHER SPECIES
5. CONCLUSIONS

APPENDICES

Appendix 1 Questionnaires Sent to Fish Farmers
Appendix 2 Glossary and Abbreviations

Figures and Tables

Table 1a Total production (tonnes) of rainbow trout during 1997-2010
Table 1b Production (tonnes) for the table trade during 2000-2010 according to weight category
Table 1c Production (tonnes) for the restocking trade during 2000-2010 according to weight category
Table 2 Numbers of sites grouped by tonnage produced during 2000-2010
Table 3 Grouping of rainbow trout sites by production tonnages, main method of production in 2010 and comparison with production in 2009
Table 4 Number of companies and sites in production during 1997-2010
Table 5 Number of staff employed, and productivity per person during 1997-2010
Table 6 Production and staffing by area in 2010 Figure 1 The distribution of active rainbow trout sites 2010
Figure 1: The distribution of active rainbow trout sites 2010
Table 7 Number (000s) and proportions (%) of ova types laid down to hatch during 1999-2010
Table 8 Number (000s) and sources of ova laid down to hatch 1999-2010
Table 9a Number (000s) and sources of ova imported into Scotland during 2003-2010
Table 9b Seasonal variation in numbers (000s) and sources of ova imported into Scotland during 2010
Table 10 Number (000s) of fry and fingerlings traded during 1999-2010
Table 11 Number of sites rearing fish vaccinated against enteric redmouth disease ( ERM) during 1999-2010

Table 12 Number of companies and sites in production during 2002-2010
Table 13 Number (000s) of smolts produced, staff employed and smolt productivity during 2000-2010
Table 14 Number of smolts (000s) produced by type during 1999-2010
Table 15 Number and capacity of production systems during 2006-2010
Table 16 Number (000s) of smolts produced and stocking densities by production system during 2006-2010
Table 17 Number (000s) of salmon ova produced during 2003-2010
Table 18 Source, number (000s) and previous year's estimate of ova laid down to hatch during 1999-2011
Table 19 Actual and projected smolt production and smolts put to sea (millions) during 2001-2012
Table 20 Smolt-producing sites grouped by numbers (000s) of smolts produced during 1998-2010
Table 21 Staffing, and ova laid down to hatch 2009-2010, smolt production 2009-2010 and estimated production 2011-2012 by region
Figure 2 The distribution of active smolt sites 2010
Table 22a Source and number (000s) of ova, parr and smolts imported during 1999-2010 derived from health Certificates
Table 22b Destination and number (000s) of salmon ova exported during 2000-2010 derived from health certificates
Table 23 Number of sites using vaccines and number (millions) of fish vaccinated during 2002-2010

Table 24 Annual production of Atlantic salmon (tonnes) during 1990-2010 and projected production in 2011
Table 25 Number (000s) and production (tonnes) of salmon harvested, and mean fish weight (Kg) per year class during 2000-2010
Table 26 Number (000s) and production (tonnes) of grilse and pre-salmon harvested during 2000-2010
Table 27 Percentage (by weight) of annual production by growth stage harvested during 2002-2010
Table 28 Survival and production in smolt year classes during 1993-2010
Table 29 Number (000s) and origin of smolts put to sea during 1998-2010
Table 30 Number (000s) of smolts put to sea and year class survival by area during 1999-2010
Figure 3 The distribution of active salmon production sites 2010
Table 31 Number of staff employed in salmon production during 2000-2010
Table 32 Production methods, capacity, tonnage and average stocking densities (Kg/m 3) during 2008-2010
Table 33 Number of sites shown in relation to their production grouping and percentage share of production 2000-2010
Table 34 Number of companies grouped by production (tonnes), manpower and productivity (tonnes per person) during 2009-2010
Table 35 Manpower and production (tonnes) by area 2001-2010, and projected production in 2011
Table 36 Number of companies and sites engaged in salmon production during 2000-2010
Table 37 Number of seawater sites employing a fallow period during 2001-2010
Table 38 Number of sites holding broodstock during 1999-2010

Table 39 Number of staff employed in farming other species during 2002-2010
Table 40 Number of companies and sites producing other species, and production of other species (tonn es) during 2007-2010, and estimated production in 2011
Table 41 Source of other species' ova laid down to hatch during 2010
Table 42 Trade in other species' small fish in 2010