DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
Site-specific design is key to the long-term operational success of shrimp farm. In live-rearing of shrimp disease & disease, mitigation is of prime importance.
We believe that components like water settlement & reservoir ponds, treatment ponds, nursery ponds, culture ponds should be in a proper ratio.
POND & WATER PREPARATION
“Well begin is half done” Best pond preparation is the healthiest way to start a new crop.
We follow pond & water preparation practices as below:
FEED & FEEDING MANAGEMENT
Feed management is the paramount factor in the success of shrimp farming. Feed constitutes 60% of the cost of production. Efficiency in the cost of production directly depends upon feed quality and feeding management.
Shrimps are continuous feeders, season & water temperature plays important role in their physiology & digestion. It is very critical in farm management to have season specific feed management programme.
BIO SECURITY & DISEASE PREVENTATION:
Securing the farm from an entry of pathogens is the safest way to prevent disease outbreak.
We adhere to following biosecurity measures:
- Outside farm:
- Safe seed.
- Safe feed.
- Safe inputs.
- Inside farm:
- Safe water
- Preventing the entry of birds and animals through bird and animal fencing.
- Food and hand wash for labours.
- Cleaning of daily use equipment.
Harvesting is last but not the least step in shrimp farming. Shrimp farmers four months of hard work depend upon the last four hours of harvest.
We ensure the following steps are being taken to harvest the best quality shrimp:
- Checking of molting cycle & shrimp health.
- An arrangement of tanks, nets & tubs at the site.
- An arrangement of clean ice & water for chilling & packing of shrimps.
- We carry out harvesting early morning hours to avoid direct sun & high temperatures.
- Keeping the harvested material under the shed.
- Ensure proper weighing, grading, and counting of shrimp.
We have dedicated skilled workers to ensure the best catch without any injury caused to the shrimps. Our highly qualified technicians supervise the scheduled harvest.