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Gigha Halibut specialises in the production of sustainable Scottish Atlantic halibut. Farming in a replenishable and controlled way, the halibut are grown over three years using a unique land-based farming system that harnesses the clean waters from the Sound of Gigha. The fish are reared to organic standards and handled with the utmost care to ensure they are healthy and happy. As well as supplying some of the world’s leading restaurants, they produce smoked halibut, using oak chips from the Craigallachie distillery on Speyside.
Reviews & features
Gigha-bites: the cultivation of Scottish halibut1 May 2009
If anything symbolises the success of Gigha’s thriving island economy since the islanders’ historic buy-out in 2002, it is Alastair Barge’s sustainable, organic halibut farm, the only one of its kind in Scotland. Perched above the shoreline on the east…