Tag Archive: feeding tray

Jun 04 2014

Culture of whiteleg shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei in Thailand

Credit: Ayman Ammar (Egypt) The photos were photographed in a commercial shrimp farm in Thailand. You may see the action of checking the feeding activity of shrimp and whether the feed placed in the feeding tray shown in the photo was totally consumed or if there is a left-over feed. While checking the status of …

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Mar 24 2014

Culture of Indian white shrimp, Penaeus indicus in Egypt: Grow-out/feeding (4 out of 6)- in Arabic

Credit for the photos and information providing: Sherif Sadek and Mohamed Sabry (ACO)- Egypt Reporting: Abdel Rahman El Gamal لأن الأعلاف المتخصصة للجمبرى مرتفعة السعر خاصة وأنها مستوردة، فإن إجراءات إدارة الحوض تستهدف دائما فقد الأعلاف  التى يمكن أن تنتج عن الإفراط فى التغذية وفى نفس الوقت تقدم كمية الغذاء التى تحقق أفضل معدلات النمو. فى الحوض …

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Mar 20 2014

Culture of Indian white shrimp, Penaeus indicus in Egypt: Grow-out/feeding (4 out of 6)

Credit for the photos and information providing: Sherif Sadek and Mohamed Sabry (ACO)- Egypt Reporting: Abdel Rahman El Gamal Because the specialized shrimp feed is expensive especially when the feed used is imported, efforts are spent to minimize the feed waste caused by overfeeding and in the same time provide the proper quantity of feed for best …

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Sep 04 2012

Feeding of whiteleg shrimp, Liptopenaeus vannamei in Thailand

Credit: Wanna Thawinwan (Thailand) The three photos address the shrimp feeding in a typical fish farm in Thailand whereas technical and economic issues are considered. Commercially formulated pelleted feed is used throughout the growing season. The pellet size and so its protein contents vary according to shrimp size as shown in the following Table.   Average …

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