Aquaculture in Israel
Aquaculture in Israel
Yizre’el and the Beit She'an Valley view from Mt. Shaul
Harvesting Fish at Kibbutz Ein Harod Ihud
Red Tilapia ready for the Market
Fish Culture Reservoir at Kibbutz Maoz Haim
Construction of a new Reservoir in the Bet Shean Valley
The Harvesting Pit in a Reservoir at Kibbutz Maoz Haim
Harvesting (thinning-out) Carp at Kibbutz Nir David
"Screw Lift" for harvesting Fish
One-year-old Grey Mullet
Central Fish-Health Lab - Ministry of Agriculture
RAS at Kibbutz Yizre'el
R & D Station Ginosar
Cage Farm for Gilthead Seabream at Ashdod Harbor
Mevo Hama Fish Farm
View over the Bet Shean Valley from Mt. Gilboa
Counting Red Tilapia Fingerlings at Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu

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"Aquaculture in Israel" is the bulletin of the Fish Breeders Association in Israel

It features general information about aquaculture in Israel and various professional activities, and provides links (under Publications) to both the Israeli Journal of Aquaculture - Bamidgeh (English) and Fisheries and Fishbreeding in Israel (Hebrew) as well as non-periodical publications.

The goals of the Fish Breeders Association in Israel (an agricultural association) are to advance the economic status of its members, such as planning the industry, preserving prices, maintaining high quality of products as a safe and healthy food for the consumers, representing fish farmers facing public and state authorities, and promoting extension and research which are cornerstones to achieving the goals of the association. Israeli fish farmers have over 70 years of proven experience. We specialize mainly in technological aspects of unique culture methods: earthen ponds, water reservoirs, recycled aquaculture systems (RAS), water recycling, exploitation of marginal waters and seed production.