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Here we share news and information that is relevant to our business and helpful to the industry as a whole. We hope you will benefit from reading our original articles as well as some shared ones. You will also find great tips and tricks to help you run your operation as smoothly as possible.


Global shrimp production sees significant growth in 2021

Global shrimp production levels in 2021 are set to be at least 8.9 percent higher than they were in 2020, while growth of over 5 percent is forecast for 2022 – painting a very positive story for the shrimp farming sector. Click to read more: https://thefishsite.com/articles/global-shrimp-production-sees-significant-growth-in-2021-gorjan-nikolik-rabobank […]

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Using technology to improve water quality management in shrimp farming

Water quality management is one of the most important things for shrimp farmers to undertake during the cultivation cycle, as almost every water parameter – whether physical, chemical or biological – is dynamic and can influence others. Click to read more: https://thefishsite.com/articles/using-technology-to-improve-water-quality-management-in-shrimp-farming […]

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Trends and challenges in Indonesia’s aquafeed industry

The Covid-19 pandemic had a negative impact on Indonesia’s aquaculture industry – due to the government’s policy of restricting the movement of people and the reduction of people’s purchasing power. As a result of the declining demand for fish, many farmers reduced or postponed stocking fish and shrimp and this automatically reduced the demand for domestic aquafeeds. Click to read more: https://thefishsite.com/articles/trends-and-challenges-in-indonesias-aquafeed-industry […]

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[The SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE SERIES – Conclusions and Recommendations]

In this video, Calix will be concluding this series and expose their recommendations towards the Aquaculture sustainability and viability. With passion, and a purpose of solving global challenges, Calix has developed AQUA-Cal+, a water conditioner that safety addresses disease, improves productivity – to sustainably meet the nutritional needs of a growing global population. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btNELweXkv8 #3littlefish #aquaculture #farming #fishfarming #prawns #water #pond #sustainable #sustainability #environment #biosecurity #culture #safety […]

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The rise and rise of global catfish culture

According to the FAO, although carps are still the most cultured group of fishes worldwide – over the past several years catfishes have surged past tilapia to take the number two spot globally. However, the term “catfish” can mean different things to different people in different places. And that’s understandable since there are so many distinct species. Click to read more: https://thefishsite.com/articles/the-rise-and-rise-of-global-catfish-aquaculture […]

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Preparing shrimp farms for wet weather

Rain presents a significant challenge for shrimp farmers all over the world. When rainy season arrives shrimp production will naturally decline, reflecting the management challenges that rainfall brings to a farm cycle. While many farmers manage rainfall every year with little consequence, it is wise to have a well-trained team and robust standard operating procedures (SOPs) in place to respond to the impact of rain. Click to read more: https://thefishsite.com/articles/preparing-shrimp-farms-for-wet-weather-aquaculture-water-quality-indonesia […]

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Barramundi Group partners with WWF-Singapore to step up production standards

Barramundi Group has entered into a partnership with WWF-Singapore in a bid to be the country’s first fish farmer to achieve Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification. WWF-Singapore will be a key enabler for a local aquaculture improvement project undertaken by Barramundi Group, providing advice and guidance in terms of the implementation of the aquaculture improvement work plan, as well as mark out milestones to address gaps between current practices and the ASC standard. Click to read more: https://thefishsite.com/articles/barramundi-group-partners-with-wwf-singapore-to-step-up-production-standards […]

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