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£35m hatchery in Barcaldine approved

SCOTTISH Sea Farms’ plan to build a £35 million salmon hatchery at Barcaldine has been approved by Argyll and Bute Council.

Scottish Sea Farms, Scotland’s second largest salmon farmer, announced last July its purchase of Barcaldine’s Marine Resource Centre by Loch Creran, and its plans to build a new land-based RAS (re-circulating aquaculture system) freshwater facility for rearing smolts until they are ready to transfer to sea farms, creating up to 25 permanent jobs.

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