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  • Fish farming is the principal form of aquaculture and the  other methods comes under mariculture.
  • The success of hyperintensive systems, SRS especially when water is recycled is strongly dependent on water monitoring and control ability.
  • The most important fish species used in fish farming are carp, salmon, tilapia and catfish.
  • Farming carnivorous fish, such as salmon, does not always reduce pressure on wild fisheries.
  • Extensive aquaculture based on local photosynthetical production and intensive aquaculture, in which the fish are fed with external food supply.
  • Fish cages are placed in lakes, bayous, ponds, rivers or oceans to contain and protect fish until they can be harvested.
  • One of the largest problems with freshwater pisciculture is that it can use a million gallons of water per acre each year.
  • The farming of fish is the most common form of aquaculture,  and it involves raising fish commercially in tanks, ponds, or ocean enclosures, usually for food.
  • 2004, the total world production of fisheries was 140 million tonnes of which aquaculture contributed 45 million tonnes, about one third.
  • Aquaculture is an especially important economic activity in China.
  • Aquaculture is also currently one of the fastest growing areas of food production in the U.S.
  • Aquaculture production systems must be capable
    of maintaining proper levels of water quality parameters like temperature, dissolved
    oxygen, pH, un-ionized ammonia, nitrite and carbon dioxide.



  • Aquaculture Systems and Species
  • Practical Guidelines
  • Fish Hatcheries and Fish Farms
  • Hyper-intensive aquaculture
  • Fish and fish farming


  • Industrial Aquaculture for hyperintensive technology
  • Rearing method for Aquaculture
  • Organic fish production
  • Process for Marine Fish Farms


  • Fish farming-Accepta
  • Aqua-ace
  • Ocean fish farming

Feeds for Farming

  • Feeds supplier from California
  • Aquaculture fisheries
  • Feeds for Aquaculture
  • Fish feed formulation and production
  • Aquaculture problems
  • Raw for feed production


  • Fish farm and Hydroponic Green house
  • System and method of shrimp Aquaculture


  • Equipment supplier from Germany
  • Fish faming Equipment from Denmark
  • Fish farm equipment suppliers from China

Cost Information

  • Project about hyper-intensive fish farming
  • Synopsis for fisheries
  • Fresh water fish farming
  • Bank for development
  • Fish forming-total cost

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Company Profile

  • Company from Israel
  • Company from Haryana
  • Company from Kenya
  • Company from Norway
  • Fish farm Supply company


  • Consultancy from US
  • Consultancy from Europe
  • Consultancy from Norway


  • Report from Scotland Aquaculture
  • Fish farming Environmental report
  • Aquaculture performance index
  • Nutreco Aquaculture Research Centre report


  • Global Aquaculture November  2012
  • Catfish Farming
  • Fish farming-market demand
  • Aquaculture News
  • Aqua Development


  • Fish farm as a Business
  • Fish industry waste
  • Fish farming
  • Quality fish meal


  • Case study of fish farming
  • An evaluation study of community fish ponds
  • Integrated Aquaculture
  • Study of production
  • Improving Fish farming Productivity


  • Future maritime policy
  • Aquaculture Insurance
  • Fastfish -stress level
  • Problems with ocean fish farming
  • Effects of marine fish farms
  • Issues in Ecology
  • Fish farming -good or bad

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