With a smartphone camera and XpertSea’s latest AI-driven tool, shrimp farmers in Ecuador are finding – and closing – deals faster than ever.
GOAL 2020 keynote speaker Peer Ederer says the solution to closing food security gaps doesn’t include abandoning animal proteins and finger pointing.
Despite ongoing challenges, Indian shrimp farmers have achieved major developments in hatchery, farm grow-out and feed-manufacturing technologies.
It’s been a trying year for Ecuador’s shrimp industry, which is fighting low prices, supply issues to China – its top market – and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global aquaculture, particularly farmed shrimp, depends on artemia for hatchery feeds. Supplies meet current needs, but growth will require alternatives.
A look at trends in various segments of the shrimp production supply chain in India – hatcheries, farms, feeds and exports – amid COVID-19 restrictions.
CP Foods’ Robins McIntosh is turning a 40-acre site in Florida into a next-generation shrimp farm, producing 1,000 tons annually with zero waste.
Automatic feeding is becoming important for lowering production costs through better shrimp growth, lower feed conversion rate and higher survival rate.
Prof. Boyd discusses energy use in aeration for aquaculture production systems, along with rates, types of aerators, motors and electricity generation.