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.
Rajamanohar Somasundarama delivers his PechaKucha presentation at the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference, held this year in Chennai, India.
Aditya Dash delivers his "Powered by PechaKucha" presentation at the Global Aquaculture Alliance's annual GOAL conference, held this year in Chennai, India.
Thought leaders in the world of shrimp discussed the industry’s past and future at the 2019 INFOFISH World Shrimp Conference and Exposition in Bangkok.
Antibiotic residues in farmed shrimp, and antimicrobial resistance in general, pose a threat, but we must balance what is realistic and what is ideal.