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If you’ve tried to get a loan from the bank for your business lately, you know it’s not an easy task.
4 out of 5 businesses tend to fail within the first three years, so its no wonder …
bankers tend to shy away from loaning to new companies and why
many lenders require a three-year history of doing
business. Here are a few tips I picked up...
I often come across some members who want to try their hands out at fish farming on a small scale basis …
to see if they have the temparament to run a full fledge fish farming production system and inevitably I am often asked questions about building a small aquaponics system at home.If you are one of those thinking of going into aquaponics, it is a wise thing for you to know what materials are required for you to be able to construct an aquaponics system successfully.
Pricing is an important piece of the fish farming business.
The more you could get for your fish the faster is it that you can grow your fish farming business
The price you receive for your fish products depends largely on the distribution channel that you decide to use to sell your fish products.
Most fish farmers usually take what they are given especially at wholesale markets.
One of the major advantages of marketing your fish directly is the opportunity you have of gaining control over the price that you can charge.
Yet most farmers tend to get frustrated, when trying to determine what price to charge for the fish.
Why is that the case?
Tilapia are a spiny-finned freshwater fish that belong to the Cichlidae family and are native largely to Africa and the Middle East.
Tilapia are one of the most popular fish in aquaculture, which is the practice of raising aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, mollusks and aquatic plants as food source.
Another inspiring story from Uganda.
A success story involving a cow herdsman that managed to turn his fortune around and those of other residents in his village … all with the area.
Obbo of Nasenge Village in Kamonkoli sub-county, Budaka
district is certainly now reaping the rewards of his hard
The project is now an inspiration to many farmers in the region.
Tilapia capture and farming dates back to the days of the Pharaohs thousand of years ago.
It is only until recently that tilapia as a fish has been attracting the attention of public and private entities alike as having a great potential for high quality, cheap protein and a good source to obtain foreign exchange.
In the past two to three decades fuelled by a growing population and increasing real income;
the supply of fish from fish farming experienced a significant increase overtaking fish captured from the wild.
Tilapia has become one of the most important finfish in fish farming.
Why is that the case… read on to find out more