Farmed shrimp eyestalk ablation research is one of three finalists for the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual Global Aquaculture Innovation Award.
A research project aimed at improving shrimp hatcheries’ welfare practices shows there is a viable alternative to a common spawn-inducing technique.
University of Stirling Ph.D. student Simão Zacarias, who is from is Beira, Mozambique, will soon travel to Isla del Tigre, Honduras, to document evidence showing the benefits of breeding shrimp without eyestalk ablation. His is a journey of hopeful discovery.
La remoción del tallo o pedúnculo ocular de camarones hembras reproductoras ha ayudado en el crecimiento explosivo de la acuacultura a escala comercial. Un compromiso de un productor de camarones de América Central ha demostrado que la producción de camarones
Removing the eyestalk of broodstock female shrimp aided in the explosive growth of commercial-scale aquaculture. An undertaking by a Central American shrimp farmer has shown that producing shrimp without ablation can ease animal welfare worries without the feared drop in