Delivering continuous genetic improvements
三九电影网We are a world-leading provider of aquaculture genetics. By combining our long-established breeding programmes and the latest genomic tools, we continuously grow better fish and shrimp to help aquaculture producers increase quality, yield, health and welfare. We do this by analysing DNA and identifying markers that are linked to desirable traits like growth, quality and disease resistance. We then select fish and shrimp with the strongest genetic profile and breed them to continuously improve; offering the resulting eggs, breeders or fry to our customers.
Products and Services
Eggs/hatchery stage/breeding animals
- Atlantic salmon – , ,
- Coho salmon – Chile
- Rainbow trout – Chile
Genetic improvement services for multiple species
Capacity and Capabilities
In recognition of our competence base, we are routinely involved in high level R&D projects in relevant technical and scientific fields, in collaboration with leading national and international research groups.
New knowledge gained from these projects are directly implemented in our in-house breeding programmes, enabling us to be in the forefront of product development.
Long-term breeding and latest genomic tools
Benchmark Genetics is the leading company in breeding and genetics for aquaculture. Our strategy is innovation led, making use of modern breeding technologies such as QTL and Genomic Selection.
- Salmon Producing fast-growing and robust Atlantic salmon ova every week of the year. Currently offering a range of 8 genomic traits for improved disease resistance and shorter production cycle.
- Tilapia One of only a few independent Tilapia breeding companies in the world, distributing the Spring-Tilapia® fingerlings and juveniles to grow-out farmers all over the Americas. Implementing Genomic selection for Streptococcus Iniae and Streptococcus Agalactiae as the first tilapia breeding programme.
- L. Vannamei Shrimp Our world-leading, South American L. Vannamei shrimp breeding programme produces shrimp with high levels of resistance to some of the major diseases affecting the shrimp industry worldwide, such as WSS and AHPND.