Lerøy harvested 29,700 gutted weight tonnes in Q2 from its farms in Norway.

Scottish Sea Farms co-owner Lerøy harvested 29,700 tonnes in Norway in Q2


Norwegian salmonid farmer Lerøy Seafood Group harvested 29,700 gutted weight tonnes of salmon and trout in the second quarter of this year, it said in a market update today.

Lerøy harvested 8,300 gwt in northern Norway (Lerøy Aurora), 10,000 gwt in central Norway (Lerøy Midt) and 11,400 gwt, including 3,700 gwt of trout, in southern Norway (Lerøy Sjøtroll).

The harvest volumes do not include the 50% share of fish harvested in the period by Scottish Sea Farms, which is jointly owned by Lerøy and fellow Norwegian salmon farmer SalMar.

The company’s fishing division, Lerøy Havfisk, caught 23,700 tonnes of fish in for Q2, including 3,100 tonnes of cod.

Lerøy’s complete Q2 2023 report will be released on 23 August.