Results of this study show that modifications in diet and in biofloc management clearly have implications for the nutritional and sensory qualities of shrimp
- Biofloc systems, tilapia byproduct may support cheaper shrimp production
- Parasite control in aquaculture takes teamwork
- Fish-oil-free shrimp diets may benefit from DHA additive inclusion
- Funding sought for pioneering lobster farming project
- Unified marketing strategy for shrimp inches forward
- Functional ingredients driving shrimp feed innovation
- Is the shrimp sector spreading antimicrobial resistance?
- AI platform delivers data to fish and shrimp farmers
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The firm behind what is being billed as the world’s largest shrimp farm is betting big on a proprietary harvest model and seemingly inexorable Chinese demand
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Investing in feed research, production, market improvements and genetics could help develop and expand the current shrimp industry, says expert.
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