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Tag: African catfish

Integrated fish-chicken in Tanzania

Photo credit: Emmanuel Godfrey and Mashaka (Tanzania) Review:  Emmanuel Godfrey, Mashaka Shabani, Hamady Makorwa and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)   The inserted picture shows an integrated farm located at Morogoro, Mkuranga  District (East coast of Tanzania) in where chicken and fish are integrated. All-male tilapia and African catfish are the species …

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Typical fish pond harvesting in Cameroon

Photos’ credit: Domwa Mathieu (Cameroon) Review: Domwa Mathieu and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The inserted pictures show the harvest of a fish pond in a rural area in Cameroon. Typically, a pond harvest attracts potential buyers as well as many audiences who enjoy witnessing this event. The most common practice …

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African catfish from the farm to Ebolowa fish market – Cameroon

Photo credit: Francis Juliot Mougang (Cameroon) Review: Francis Juliot Mougang and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         Aquaculture sector in Cameroon is predominantly comprised of small-scale producers locating in most cases in the rural areas. The inserted picture shows the harvest of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) produced in a fish …

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Aggressive feeding outside water by catfish – Video

Video credit: Hai DO Xuan (Vietnam) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) Source: www.fishconsult.org       This short video which was filmed in Vietnam shows how African catfish are temporarily leaving pond water trying aggressively to capture feed pellets which could be accidently dropped out of water. One can easily …

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Integrated aquaculture and mango seedlings in Uganda

Photo credit: Oberu Charles (Uganda) Description: Oberu Charles and Abdel Rahman El Gamal – Founder of the website)       The photo was taken in Wakiso District (Uganda). The fish pond shown the photo is a typical pond where Nile tilapia and African catfish are the major farmed species. The mango seedlings in this …

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Intensive pond culture of African catfish in Cameroon – Video

Video credit: Domwa Mathieu (Cameroon) Review: Domwa Mathieu and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel)       The video was filmed in a private fish farm located in Lagdo, Nord region (Garoua). The farm which has 23 earthen ponds contributes to the promotion plan for the culture of African catfish (Clarias …

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Consumption of dried fish “Kajake” in Sudan

Credit: Mai Tawfig Ahmed and Gamal Ibrahim Hamid (Sudan) Supplemented by: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       In Sudan, about 70% of fin fish is consumed fresh while 25% is consumed sun-dried leaving about 5% of total fish consumed wet salted. The inserted picture shows dried catfish which is mostly …

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African catfish in Brazil – 33-min Video

Source: www.fishconsult.org Video credit: Juan Martin Canturin Garcia (Peru) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel and website) African catfish, Clarias gariepinus was introduced from Africa to Brazil for aquaculture in 1986. However, the meat of catfish was not accepted well among consumers and hence the farming of the species is limited …

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Intensive Aquaculture project for African catfish and tilapia in Congo

Credit: Philippe Bounzeki (bPh Agricole – Congo)                   The photos show an intensive aquaculture project in Congo. In this project, the work started in the hatchery in November 2013 ending in April 2014. This project consists of the following components: – A 70 plastic/fiber hatchery incubators of …

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Projet d’aquaculture intensive pour poisson-chat africain et le tilapia au Congo – In French

Credit: Philippe Bounzeki (bPh Agricole – Congo)                     Les travaux du premier module d’écloserie débutés en novembre 2013 ont pris fin en avril 2014. Ce module dès lors opérationnel est composé essentiellement: – d’une unité larvaire de 70 incubateurs de 50 litres chacun en fibre plastique, …

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