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Dear Shellfish Farmer,
You've been searching around for information on how to raise shellfish, but you not finding enough guidelines to get you started? Or you have some questions you need answers to when raising shellfish? Well look no further because I've got the answers to all questions you may have to raising your own healthy shellfish.
Many years ago families relied on the ability to grow their own shellfish. Today many families have moved away from this lifestyle and the secrets to the care of shellfish have been greatly diminished.
Shellfish aquaculture is the farming of oysters, clams, mussels and similar species. People have been growing shellfish since the time of the Ancient Romans and has continued throughout history.
Mussel farming, for example, was invented in the 13 th century and the farming techniques remained largely unchanged until the 1960s.
In the U.S., Taylor Shellfish Farms has been growing oysters in the Pacific Northwest since 1890, and have since expanded to also growgeoducks and mussels.
Like traditional livestock farming, a shellfish farmer works a farm – caring for shellfish until they are a marketable size. According to NOAA Fisheries, in 2019, U.S. shellfish farmers produced an estimated $340 million worth of shellfish.
The Benefits Of Raising Shellfish...
Health Benefits - Shellfish are a rich source of fats, protein, and minerals. They help the brain, boost your immunity, aid in losing weight, is great for your waist, brain, heart and immune system.
Heart Health - Shellfish contain omega-3 which plays a major role in heart health. Studies have indicated that consuming shellfish does lower your risk of heart disease due to its inflammatory impact. B12 is also vital in heart health and is found in abundance in shellfish.
Brain Health - What is great for the heart is great for the mind. Not just in a holistic sense but also in the nutritional benefits. Omega 3 and B12 are both vital for the health of ones brain. There are numerious studies that indicate a lack of B12 and Omega 3 does impact health brain function in humans. B12 also plays a major role in producing chemicals in the brain that can impact on your daily mood.
Your Immune System - Shellfish also contain zinc which is linked directly to a healthy immune system. It is necessary for developing cells that help your immune defense. It's also an antioxidant that protects humans against inflammation damage. Eating shellfish such as mussels and crabs on regular bases can improve your levels of zinc which is vital for your health.
As you see there are lots of benefits as to why one would want to raise their own shellfish. When done right shellfish farming can be very rewarding and can bring some good profits as well. But it is very important that you know what you are doing when starting out because you can easily make costly mistakes. So read on...
Raising Shellfish Is Rewarding.
There's no doubt that shellfish farming is rewarding that's why it's considered as a multi-billion dollar industry because the demand for shellfish produce is ever growing.
As a beginner farmer you may think it is impossible to learn to how to care for shellfish correctly, but it is not. You too, however, can easily learn how to care for shellfish in order to reach your goals.
Without the right tools and information, it could take you years and cost you a fortune to discover the secrets of successful care of shellfish, however. Instead of spending a fortune on so-called experts or knocking yourself out with the old trial and error method, there is an easier way to achieve your goals.
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I won’t deny that there are a ton of books out there on the elements of the care of shellfish. Unfortunately the problem with most books on the subject is that they are either filled with plenty of promises, no solid techniques and strategies to back up those promises or they contain only one or two pieces of useful information and not a comprehensive look at everything you need to know to succeed.
How To Raise Shellfish!
When people move from the city life to live in the country side they get interested in raising shellfish.
The reasons may vary as to why people want to raise shellfish, some people raise them as pets and some raise them because they want to make some money by selling the shellfish produce.
What ever reason maybe, raising shellfish can be done by almost anyone who is dedicated to being a shellfish farmer and someone who is willing to put aside a lot of his time in managing and taking care of their shellfish.
Shellfish aquaculture involves a range of people – current or former commercial fishermen looking to diversify, foodies wanting to reconnect with the source of their food or grow the most delicious oyster, or individuals wanting to contribute to sustainable seafood supply or help improve the quality and productivity of our coastal waters.
Although there are a few large operations in the United States, like Taylor Shellfish, most are smaller family farms, like Cape May Salt Oyster Company in New Jersey.
There are a variety of shellfish farming techniques, often depending on the species and the geographic location of the farm. Shellfish can be grown directly on the beach, placed in protective netting or grow bags on the water bottom, or suspended above the sediment on longlines or from rafts.
Unlike cows, pigs, and chickens that need to be fed, shellfish take the nutrients they need directly from the water column. The shellfish start off as tiny larvae collected from the wild or, most commonly, grown in a hatchery. After a couple of weeks, the larvae will transform into tiny, juvenile clams, oysters, or mussels – known as seed. Farmers purchase seed oysters from hatcheries and moved them to their farms where they stay until they reach market size.
Most shellfish aquaculture typically takes place in sheltered estuaries and bays, or close to shore. Innovations in gear and techniques, however, are enabling farmers to move further from shore into the open ocean. Catalina Sea Ranch, for example, is growing mussels six miles offshore California in federal waters.
Shellfish aquaculture predominantly takes place on public lands. Shellfish farmers often need to lease submerged lands beneath navigable or tidally influenced waters from the state. Since shellfish farms are located on public land, their leases and permits may be subject to certain conditions to protect public rights.
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With this guide you will discover how to successfully raise:
Prawns and shrimp are among the most popular types of seafood. The meat has a sweet, delicate flavor and is considered to be a healthy diet choice . They are a rich source of calcium, protein and antioxidants like selenium.
Prawns belong to the crustacean family, macrobrachium genus and suborder dendrobrachiata. The genus Macrobrachium consists of about 200 species. They resemble shrimp as well as lobster, with narrow body and long legs.
Prawns are salt water creatures but they migrate to fresh water to spawn. There is confusion with regards to terminology, as shrimps are also referred to prawns; but the term prawns should be reserved to the fresh water palaemonids. In United Kingdom and other European countries the term "prawns" is commonly used whereas term "shrimp" is used in North America.
Several different types of prawns are found in both seawater and fresh water and they are also widely farmed in various countries. Freshwater prawn farming is an aquaculture business designed to raise and produce freshwater prawns for human consumption as well as decorative intent.
In detail you will learn:
How To Start Raising Prawns
The Biology Of Prawns
How To Select A Site For Your Prawns
Deciding How Much Water Is Needed
Guide To Prawns Broodstock
Obtaining And Selecting Egg Carrying Females
Holding Your Broodstock In Temperate Zones
The Hatchery Phase For Prawns
How To Start Your Own Batch
The Special Considerations For Recirculation Systems
The Greenwater System Of Freshwater Prawn Culture
Postlarval Holding And Nursery Phases
Holding Post Larvae Before Sale
Keeping The Water Quality Good
The Grow Out Phase
Site Requirements And Construction
Choosing The Ponds Area And Shape
Constructing The Pond Banks
Supplying Water To The Ponds
Discharging Water From The Ponds
Management Of The Grow-out Phase
Monoculture In Temperate Zones
Other Forms Of Rearing Prawns
Dealing With Problems Of Predation
Coping With Diseases And Other Problems
Monitoring Performance And Record Keeping
Harvesting And Post Harvest Handling
Handling Prawns To Be Sold
Starting Your Prawn Business
How To Market Your Business
Some find them creepy and shriek back in fear, while others find them tasty and can't wait to get their hands around them. They are found all around the world in fresh water streams, lakes, and rivers, hiding under rocks or burrowed down in mud.
In the U.S. they are known by many names: crayfish in the north, crawdads in most central and eastern parts of the U.S., and crawfish ormudbugs in the south. Australians call them yabbies, while Spaniards know them as cangrejo de río or river crab.
Whatever you call them, crawfish are eaten all over the world and have become an important part of the culinary culture of the southern United States, most especially Louisiana. Louisiana is in fact the largest crawfish producing state in the U.S., responsible for an estimated 98% of U.S. crawfish production.
Crawfish are low in calories, they are also low in saturated fat, are high in HDL cholesterol (that's the good cholesterol), and are a good source of zinc, manganese, phosphorus, vitamin B12, and other vitamins and minerals.
In detail you will learn:
How To Start Raising Crawfish
The Different Types Of Crawfish
The Biology Of Crawfish
Crawfish Population Dynamics
Crawfish Production Systems
How To Choose The Right Site Location
Crawfish Pond Construction
Crawfish Pond Water Management
Crawfish Management Considerations
Guidelines to Crawfish Feeding
Crawfish Post Season Care
Crawfish Record Keeping
Providing A Quality Product
How To Start A Crawfish Business
The Economics Of Crawfish Farming
When it comes to anything related to nature, sustainability is extremely important. Sustainability is the practice of avoiding exhaustion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance in the world.
One way that sustainability is often put into practice is at crab fisheries. There are many varieties of crabs and they can be found all over the world.
King crab legs, with their snowy white meat and succulent, sweet taste which melts on the tip of your tongue, are most definitely one of the finer things in life. Most restaurants serve the legs as a specialty, given the fullness of each leg and their fresh taste.
There is really no doubt that these are a great tasting delicacy; however, were you aware, that for those looking to shed a few pounds, or even for those that simply want to maintain a healthy lifestyle, Alaska crab legs make a great diet food. The calories in king crab legs are really practically negligible. One large leg contains around 100 calories give or take.
In detail you will learn:
How To Start Raising Crabs
The Different Types Of Crab Species
The Biology Of Crabs
Crab Distribution And Habitat
Crab Culture Practice
Different Methods of Crab Culture
Crab Seed Production
Guidelines to Crab Feeding
How To Fatten Your Crabs
How To Breed Your Crabs
Managing the Crab Farm
Crab Harvest and Handling
How To Start Crab Farming Business
How To Deal Diseases and parasites
You may have shopped several times for lobsters and you may have relished a lobster meal as well but you'll be surprised at the things you don't know about these creatures.
Lobsters have been popular in Europe for a very long time. In fact, its reputation as a prize delicacy can be traced to European nobility. Their meat is very healthy, delicious and in great demand.
Surprisingly enough lobsters gained appreciation in America only in the 1900's. It was considered as the "poor mans" food in Canada and was used as fertilizer and for feeding slaves. Things changed only when they began shipping live lobsters from the coasts to the cities.
Lobsters come in varied colors like red, bluish green, yellow and white. You'll also find lobsters with two different colors. You may come across spots on a lobster. The blue lobster is very rare and its blue color is due to a genetic defect. However, blue lobsters, like other specimen turn red when cooked.
In detail you will learn:
The History Of The Lobster
Different Kinds Of Lobsters
The Biology Of Lobsters
How To Get Started In Raising Lobsters
Cold Water & Warm Water Lobsters
How To Raise Lobsters In Ponds
How To Raise Lobsters In Tanks
How To Breed Lobsters
Guidelines To Lobster Feeding
Health Benefits Of Eating Lobsters
How To Remove Lobster From The Shell
The Basics Of Cooking Lobster
Some Healthy Lobster Recipes
Scallops are one of the most familiar and popular types of seafood. Scallops are related to clams, oysters, and mussels in that they are also bivalve molluscan shellfish. However, with scallops only the adductor muscle that is used to open and close the scallop's shell is sold and eaten in the U.S.
This muscle is the succulent scallop "meats" that are familiar to consumers. Three different types of scallops are commonly sold in seafood markets in the U.S. The largest and most familiar is the Sea Scallop. Bay Scallops are intermediate in size and the smallest are Calico Scallops.
Scallops have a characteristic sweet mild flavor that is well known to most seafood lovers and they are in great demand. Scallops cook very quickly (generally 3 to 5 minutes) and can be prepared by a wide variety of cooking methods such as sautéing, poaching, broiling, baking, and deep-frying.
In detail you will learn:
How To Start Raising Scallops
The Different Types Of Scallops
The Biology Of Scallops
Scallop Spat Collection
Scallop Nursery Culture
Scallop Grow Out Phases
Husbandry And Fouling Control
Longline Design And Materials
Moorings And Mooring Lines
Scallop Farming Site Selection
Guidelines to Scallop Feeding
How To Deal With Predators And Competitors
Economic Considerations And Record Keeping
Scallop Products, Bio Toxins & Public Health
Oysters, like the clams, mussels and scallops are bivalves, which means they have 2 shells that close together with a hinge. Many people think of getting pearls from oysters.
Actually most mollusks that have shells are capable of creating pearls but they are not all valuable. The pearl oysters are the most valuable of all the mollusks but these oysters are not related to the edible variety. Edible oyster can be found on the Atlantic coast in shallow water beds or reefs from Canada to Argentina.
The Pacific version can be found from Washington to Australia. The Eastern oyster is the most popular with the largest production being in the Chesapeake Bay area. Some of the top varieties of the Atlantic are the Blue point, Chincoteague, Malpeque, Cotuit, Apalachicola and the Wellfast.
Oysters are also widely farmed on the Pacific coast and in the Gulf of Mexico with the Pacific area farming by far the largest quantity. Their meat is very tasty and healthy, with great demand.
In detail you will learn:
How To Start Raising Oysters
Oyster Egg Incubation
Rearing The Larvae
Managing Potential Diseases
What Are The Algae Requirements
How To Reduce Algal Costs
Novel Alternatives To Live Algae
A Look Into Triploids
Main Ongrowing Techniques
How To Deal With Predators
Competitors And Fouling Organisms
Managing Disease Organisms
Dealing With Environmental Issues
The Technologies And Equipment Employed
Oyster Broodstock Holding
Algal Culture Unit
Larval Culture Vessels
How To Select The Right Oyster Site
Dealing With Legal And Administrative Issues
Non-commercial Oyster Culture
Mari culture of bivalves greater importance in meeting the increasing protein demands of the human population. Bivalve groups such as oyster, mussel and clam are the most important cultivable organisms all over the world. Of these, P.viridis and P.indica forms the most dominant cultivable species.
Green mussel shows a rapid growth rate by length of 8mm-13.5mm per month. Under average culture conditions, green mussel and brown mussel attain a length of 80-88mm with 36.5-40g weight and 65mm with 25-40g in 5 months respectively.
The farmed mussels give a better meat yield compared to mussels from the natural bed. The average edible portion of the meat yield is 27.2%- 33.3% of the total weight.
Growth by length and weight are probably the most important criteria for assessing the success of the culture system. The growth of mussel is influenced by a number of environmental factors such as water quality, food availability, settling density, water current and tidal exposure.
Mussels are known to be unisexual. The gonad of mature female can easily be distinguished by its bright orange-red color form that of the male, which is creamy yellow.
In detail you will learn:
How To Start Raising Mussels
The Different Types of Mussels
The Characteristics of Mussels
Methods To Cultivate Mussels
Gathering Mussels in Deep Waters
Mussel Culture Operations
Mussel Post Harvest Operations
Growing Mussels in Tanks
Guidelines to Mussel Feeding
Managing Mussels Diseases
Raising Mussel As A Business
Mussels Market Demand
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You will save a lot of money from buying farm produce such as meat, and oil when you own shellfish farm. Shellfish farming is a great way to feeding your family with fresh un-processed meat because you can raise your own shellfish for production. And since these shellfish are yours you can feed them with only healthy feed to make sure they produce quality products.
Shellfish can be raised in two ways, the commercial way or organic (traditional) way. Since a lot of people are now turning to eating organic foods most farmers are now raising their shellfish the organic way. Organic meat is healthier than commercially produced meat which is why people like it. It also tastes a lot better. This ebook also covers how to raise your shellfish the organic way. It's all about shellfish farming.
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Shellfish usually need nutritious food regularly to be healthy, happy and contended.
A diet that is high in energy, low in fiber and supplemented with ample of protein is considered ideal and wholesome to ensure the upward and steady growth your shellfish.
Shellfish can not be called shellfish unless they love to eat. Their feeding habits are characterized with rooting and pleading for more food and eating food with a great gusto and relish.
However, in spite of your shellfish being constantly obsessed with the idea of eating food, it does not mean you submit to its obsession.
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Shellfish are small and sometimes belligerent livestock. If you have no prior fish handling experience, you may underestimate the difficulty in raising these domestic livestock, but once you get used to shellfish, it can be easy.
How Much Does It Cost To Raise Shellfish?
The costs of raising shellfish depends on the number of shellfish you want to raise. But one thing for sure you have to prepare money to build a fish pond and buy feed for your shellfish.
Is Raising Shellfish A Good Investment?
When done right, shellfish farming can be very profitable. Like other forms of livestock farming, shellfish production involves substantial capital investment and some risks. Raising shellfish successfully also requires daily attention.