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Dr Lisa Elliot handles Australia's next seafood boom

Can Redclaw crayfish Drive Australia’s Next Seafood Boom?

Can Redclaw crayfish Drive Australia’s Next Seafood Boom? They grow fast and large, so can crayfish drive Australia’s next seafood boom? Australian Redclaw crayfish (Cherax quadricarinatus) are considered a high-end “white tablecloth” product and global demand for redclaw crayfish — native to northern Australia — is growing at a rapid rate. Now a north Queensland

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Dr Lisa Elliott presents ACH Top Innovator Award Fish 2.0 November 2019

Top Innovator Award at Fish 2.0 2019

Investors Top Innovator Award at Fish 2.0 2019 Townsville-based Australian Crayfish Hatchery (ACH) Wins Top Innovator Award at Fish 2.0 in Palo Alto, USA, November 2019 PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 7, 2019—Entrepreneurs from all over the world showcase aquaculture, technology and supply chain solutions aimed at solving sustainable seafood challenges. Six companies from four countries

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Celebrating Xmas 2019 at Australian Crayfish Hatchery

Celebrating Xmas 2019 at ACH

Investors Celebrating Xmas 2019 at ACH Xmas at ACH this year was a feast of culinary exuberance! No less than six different mouthwatering recipes with which to celebrate what we consider to be a very successful year, the limelight of which was without a doubt the Fish 2.0 Top Innovator Award ACH received in early November in

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crayfish pond

What is wrong with current redclaw crayfish stocking practices?

Investors What is wrong with current redclaw crayfish stocking practices? Known Inefficiencies with Current Stocking Practices Stocking numbers are dependent on the numbers of berried females, which makes it nearly impossible to predict stocking numbers. Current stocking practices are not conducive to control of genetics, which leads to inbreeding issues. There’s neither control nor accurate

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redclaw crayfish hatchlings (craylings) in a palm of a hand

Several ways in which ACH can benefit the Australian economy

Several ways in which ACH can benefit the Australian economy​ The Townsville-based Australian Crayfish Hatchery (ACH) is a small enterprise with big dreams. And while its goals might sound presumptuous to begin with, they aren’t that far from reality. ACH’s main goal is to revolutionise and rationalise the Australian redclaw crayfish industry. And in doing

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Stage 1 Craylings eggs about to hatch

Redclaw Crayfish Opens in Townsville

Redclaw Crayfish Opens in Townsville CHRISTIE ANDERSON, Townsville Bulletin
January 18, 2017 8:49am A COMMERCIAL redclaw hatchery that could revolutionise the farming of freshwater crayfish has opened in Townsville. The hatchery has been set up in a 553sq m warehouse at Mount St John after its owners searched for months for a suitable location to house

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