As a follow through from a training session we held sometime ago, I will like to re-emphasize that quality and quantity of fingerlings used for stocking the production ponds determines by 50% the success of any fish farming enterprise.
There are generally two sources of fingerlings which include:
- The wild from natural water bodies.
- The hatchery production
From experience it is quite obvious that the supply from the wild cannot be adequate in quality and quantity, therefore we have to rely on the hatchery to produce sufficiently. The supply of fast growing fingerlings is very important for development of viable fish farming ventures.
We encourage our clients to acquire the necessary skills through training….. This we offer!
In addition to training on fingerlings production, we offer the following services at Inorus Agro
- Aquaculture Consultants for New and Existing Facilities
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- Analysis of Zooplanktons and Benthic Macro invertebrate Samples
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