INVEST IN YOU
Are You Ready to Become a Successful Shrimp Farmer?
Ithuba Shrimp Farm has been successfully operating since August 2014 and currently produces shrimp broodstock for the international market. Ithuba Shrimp Farm is recognized as one of the few farms successfully using the Biofloc technology in the United States and is set to become a training facility under Dr. Samocha as its chief advisor.
If there is one thing, we know it is how to farm shrimp. Throughout the years we have honed our skills and have accomplished a practical approach using our design, construction and management of a super intensive shrimp culture here in the United States.
Our Zero-Discharge Recirculating Aquaculture System offers an efficient process with a super intensive approach equaling high volumes with a small footprint.
Knowledge. Guidelines. Technology. Training.
OUR SUCCESSFUL TECHNOLOGY IS
AVAILABLE TO YOU
Ithuba Shrimp Farm Offers Aquaculture Consultancy
We are here to guide you through the whole process of opening a Shrimp Farm.
We Divide Them into Four Phases
Phase 1. Economic Evaluation
This would be a data collection and analysis in consultation with you.
Phase 2. Project Construction
Based upon Phase 1, economic evaluation. We provide all working drawings and layouts of plumbing, aeration, feed systems, tanks, pumps and ancillary equipment to build and operate the facility.
Phase 3. Knowledge & Technology
We will provide complete protocols and management systems to manage and maintain the farm daily.
Phase 4. Ongoing Operation (Suggested)
We would follow the operation remotely daily, reviewing the data and results and advising the best strategies.
ONE OF THE DIFFICULTIES FACING SHRIMP FARMERS who attempt to produce shrimp inland on a small to medium scale is determining the re-usability and conservation of the water being used. Not only does this influence operational costs, but it affects production levels. Most commercial buyers of shrimp require product from the seller on at least a weekly basis. This leads to a large number of production units with a staggered stocking and harvest strategy. The water management and labor requirements for an industrial scale shrimp production operation are too high to make this a realistic option for the typical small or medium size farm unless the water is re-used and conserved.
ITHUBA IS HERE TO CHANGE THAT
ARE YOU READY FOR CHANGE?