Loch Duart is a farm-raised salmon from Scotland. The farm began in 1975 and operates 9 sites out of Eddrachillies Bay, Scotland. They produce 3,600 tons per year through a fully integrated system designed to maximize the health of the stocks. This system employs a polyculture program which involves the cultivation of sea urchins and seaweed along side the salmon – for nutrient balancing and commercial reasons. The major feature of Loch Duart Salmon is the similarity it has to wild salmon. The fish are slim and torpedo shaped with fully developed fins (rare among most farmed salmon) and powerful tails, due to the low density stocking. The water quality in Loch Duart sea lochs is the purest possible, and has been ever since tests began.