Salmon Evolution harvested 1,581 tonnes HOG in Q2, its biggest harvest to date.

Record harvest for land-based salmon farmer

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Land-based fish farmer Salmon Evolution had a record harvest volume and strong price achievement in the second quarter of 2024, it said in a market update today.

Highlights of Q2 were:

  • Harvest volume of 1,581 tonnes (head on gutted).
  • All-in price achievement of NOK 106/kg.
  • Still high superior share of 96%. 
  • Standing biomass of 2,032 tonnes at the end of the quarter. 

Salmon Evolution, which has a capacity of around 8,000 tonnes HOG in phase 1 of its facility at Indre Haroy, Norway, expects a harvest volume in circa 1,600 tonnes HOG in the current quarter.

"The second quarter represents an important milestone for Salmon Evolution with harvest volume at record high levels in a record strong salmon market. We are very pleased to see a continued excellent share of superior quality of 96%, resulting in solid price achievement and further demonstrating the potential of our business," said Salmon Evolution chief executive Trond Håkon Schaug-Pettersen.