Tag Archive: Nigeria

Mar 22 2015

African catfish from a Dutch hatchery to Nigerian farms (Video)

Video credit: Ahmed Zaki (Egypt) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website and video channel) This video was filmed in one of African catfish hatcheries in the Netherlands where the fingerlings of African catch, (Clarias gariepinus) are produced. According to the scattered advertisements, the average size of produced fingerlings is of bout 8-10 …

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Dec 01 2012

Smoking of African catfish, Clarias gariepinus in a commercial fish farm in Cross River State, Nigeria

Credit: Mfon Dominic Archibong (Nigeria)       The photo shows the smoking kilns used for the smoking of African catfish, Clarias gariepinus and temporarily sited in a school, Cross River State, Nigeria. The smoking is done for local consumption within the school premises (used for the student meal). However, very soon the farm wants to start …

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Nov 27 2012

Tank culture of African catfish, in a commercial fish farm in Cross River State, Nigeria

Credit: Mfon Dominic Archibong (Nigeria) The two photos show a commercial fish farm for African catfish, Clarias gariepinus. The farm is located fish at Cross River State which is a coastal state in Nigeria. The production units are 30 Gee pee plastic tanks. Catfish fingerlings are stocked at the rate of 300/tank. In this system, …

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Jan 07 2012

Establishment of commercial catfish and tilapia farm in Karu, Nasarawa (Nigeria)

This project proposal has been developed by a team who participated in Fish Culture Development training course in 2011. Developers recommended Kuchikau, Karu, (Nasarawa) to be the place of this project. The project proposal reviewed the status of fish production and consumption in Nigeria concluding the need for more aquaculture development in Nigeria. The team has chosen African …

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