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Hatchery – July 10, 1917

Hatchery - July 10, 1917



How-to videos on breeding, caring for, and creating a market for Blue Tilapia. All done on a small scale and a small budget. A way to provide protein for you and your family in any kind of emergency.

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Mineral Springs Tilapia

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  1. Hi Greg, I see you use HOB filtration for the breeder tanks, but only the air sponge type on the fry tanks? My fry tank gets cloudy in a day or two with just the sponge filters. It also looks like you run a higher volume of air through the sponges… I do a 50% water change every other day. Maybe feeding too much?
    I may add a HOB for the fry tank. This is just for personal consumption, I try to do two hatches a year for the aquaponic system in the barn.
    Always good to see videos from you. Glad you are doing well.

  2. Nice to see you are keeping busy. I have watched all your videos and started an aquaculture online study. I need to increase my fish/tank capacity and gain experience in the hatchery phase of aquaculture. I would be really interested in a breakdown of opex cost. Is it something you would be willing to share to a degree? Thanks again for all you are doing shring this wealth of knowledge of yours. cheers

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