Responsibly raising Atlantic salmon, AquaBounty operates land-based farms in convenient locations across the U.S. and Canada
122,000 sq. ft.
Fresh, Local Salmon Raised in the Midwest
Our northeast Indiana farm is capable of raising 1,200 metric tons of salmon each year. The first harvest of conventional Atlantic salmon commenced at the end of June 2020 and the first harvest of our genetically engineered salmon started in Q2 of 2021.
Rollo Bay, Prince Edward Island, Canada
89,570 sq. ft.
Salmon Egg Production in the Maritime Province
AquaBounty’s Rollo Bay farm is home to a state-of-the-art R&D hatchery and broodstock facility. Located in the eastern portion of Prince Edward Island, our Rollo Bay farm is focused on caring for AquaBounty’s broodstock and for ongoing salmon egg production. The facility is expanding to support a growing demand for traditional Atlantic salmon egg production.Explore More
Fortune Bay, Prince Edward Island, Canada
The First of Our Farms Turned R&D Lab
The original home of our aquaculture innovations and AquAdvantage salmon, our Fortune Bay location now operates primarily as an R&D facility.
Pioneer, Ohio – PAUSED TEMPORARILY
Estimated 479,000 sq. ft.
AquaBounty Pauses Construction of its Salmon Farms in Pioneer, OH
AquaBounty paused construction of its Pioneer salmon farm, its first large-scale commercial farm due to a substantial increase in its estimated cost of completion and continued negotiations with Williams County. The Company will undertake a detailed review to evaluate financing options and a smaller scope or size for the farm, as well as a phased construction effort for the full 10,000 metric ton design. This project continues to be important to the Company’s growth strategy, and the Company is committed to finding a path forward for this project.Explore More