Study evaluates respiratory dynamics related to stress and pre-slaughter resting time in the fillet quality of surubim, a South American catfish.
Los resultados de un proyecto de demostración de la tecnología del Sistema de Raceways en Estanques (IPRS) en siete raceways de tilapia en una granja comercial en México mostraron el potencial para aumentar la producción de pescado con este sistema
Results of a demonstration project of the In-Pond Raceway System (IPRS) technology in seven tilapia raceways at a commercial farm in Mexico showed the potential for increasing fish production with this environmentally sustainable culture system.
The authors have achieved good growth using a fishmeal-free diet for the carnivorous marine fish Florida pompano. In studies, they used pompano as a model marine species in a cost/benefit analysis of two extruded diets.
In trials raising larger juvenile shrimp than those used previously in indoor super-intensive recirculating raceway systems, the positive effects from increased stocking size, growth rate and survival resulted in a reduced crop duration time.
The yellow coloration in catfish fillets caused by carotenoids does not affect flavor, but many consumers see the yellowish fillets as inferior.
Various studies suggest that maintaining minimum daily dissolved oxygen concentrations above 3 mg/L in channel catfish and penaeid shrimp ponds assures better feed consumption and growth.
Modular production of channel catfish offers better inventory control, takes advantage of early-age growth rates and reduces harvest-size variation.