High Hufa Artemia Replacement Diet rapidly
becoming the diet of choice for replacing Artemia cysts usage by up to 100%.
- Artemia eating up your profits? click here
- Total Replacement of Live Algae
with AlgaMac increases survival 50%.
- In Penang, Malaysia, survival of
P.monodon increased to 36% (from only 20-30%) with the exclusive use of a combination of
Bio-Marine's AlgaMac series of DHA rich diets and NO LIVE ALGAE.
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- Alternative Feeds still
your best hedge against future shortages.
- A new harvest is on the horizon but... and
that's a BIG BUT, will Mother Nature be kind or continue to punish the Artemia industry
with another poor harvest. We'll just have to wait and see but in the mean time,
just to be prepared as we all like to be, invest some time in our alternative diets that
can replace a substantial portion of your Artemia usage. So, even if Mother Nature
blesses us with a great harvest, you still have the option of supllementing your artemia
supplies with even more nutritionally balanced diets.
- Diversification of your feeding regimen by
way of alternative feeds is a smart and cost effective way
of reducing your dependence on artemia. Don't let a devastating blow like last
year's harvest become a knock-out blow to your hatchery.
Cruising the genetic highway with
ASICo. New advancements in DNA marking for aquatic stock could drastically increase
survival rates through specialized selective breeding programs.
- The Cutting Edge:
In the wake of the most devastating losses to date,
shrimp casualties due to disease and how to deal with this dilemma is on the forefront of
every aquaculturist's mind whose bread and butter comes from the shrimp industry.
Genetic technology that has been around for decades in agriculture (plant farming) and
animals (cattle, swine), has finally found its way into the aquaculture industry by way of
ASICo (Aquatic Stock Improvement Company). Through continual advancements in
computer speed and technology, ASICo is offering an economically feasible answer to
improving the bottom line through genetic "microsatellite" technology.
Click here to go to ASICo's website.