Set up the nursing tank for Shrimp Broodstock

Set up the nursing tank for Shrimp Broodstock

In order to produce quality shrimp and ensure productivity, the establishment of tank and equipment is the first important requirement to help the operation of the hatchery operate effectively.Set up the nursing tankDepending on the size and capacity of the hatchery to meet the design requirements of the site and the location of the camp accordingly. At present, there are many types of shrimp hatchery model design with various materials such as composite, concrete, brick…

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How to improve the quality of shrimp before harvest

  During the shrimp culture, the farmers have implemented the key conditions to help shrimp grow normally. However, in the last month of harvest, before shrimp harvest, it is necessary to pay attention to improve the quality of shrimp farming which will help achieve high economic efficiency. It is necessary to check the environmental factors as well as the signs of disease in the body of shrimp, timely provide effective solutions to avoid damage caused…

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How to select a high quality shrimp food stock

  High quality shrimp feed usually has the following characteristics. In this article we will help you choose the most quality shrimp food stock.  – Even in terms of size, shape and color– Smooth edges– Clean– Smooth appearance– Nice Fragrant – Does not dissolve in water after 3 hours– Does not contain impurities such as glass, sand, mold, damp …– Food must attract shrimp to preyWe should only feed shrimps when they really want to…

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Shrimp farrming using fermented plants as the feeding stock

This is a process of raising shrimp based on copefloc technology, but in the process it requires adding more fermented foods or processed food (industrial feed). The advantage of this technology is the use of natural feeds already existing in ponds and the addition of plant-derived fermented foods such as rice bran or fermented soybeans. This  helps reduce production costs and, increase growing rates, and you can have a more densely populated pond.With this methods,…

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How to manage Hydrogen Sulfide in shrimp ponds

How to manage Hydrogen Sulfide in shrimp ponds

  Hydrogen sulfide (H2S), which can form in pond bottom sediment, is toxic to aquatic animals because it interferes with the cytochrome a3’s reabsorption during respiration. The main practices to minimize the risk of toxicity of hydrogen sulfide are careful feeding to avoid wasted wastewater at the bottom of ponds, aeration to avoid low dissolved oxygen levels and create a stream of water with additional oxygen. Across the interface between land and water, liming to…

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Astaxanthin and its role in shrimp farming

One of the functions of carotenoid pigments in aquatic animal feeds is to color the animal. The carotenoid present in meat and shrimp shells is Astaxanthin. 1. FeaturesAstaxanthin (C40H52O4) is a red, fat soluble carotenoid. A group of pigments that are present in some algae, yeasts and fish (shrimp, salmon), giving yellow, orange or red muscle, skin, and eggs. An antioxidant that prevents the formation of hydrogen atoms from unsaturated fatty acids.To produce astaxanthin, it…

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Aquamimicry technology and its application in shrimp culture

  Shrimp disease has been widespread and has caused great damage to the shrimp industry, which has promoted the development of different farming methods to improve shrimp health management. One of the methods implemented in some countries like Thailand, Korea which have properly results is Aquamimicry technology. Shrimp culture using Aquamimicry technology, after harvest, has no odor, black mud or accumulated sediment, and may therefore be ready for the next production cycle by adding fermentation…

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