The Tilapia Industry has an amazingly high demand in the United States. So high, in fact, that the United States has to import Tilapia from Thailand. The Industry makes about 5 billion dollars a year Even if you could get in on 1% of that industry, you'd be sitting on $50 million dollars. Tilapia farming is the wave of the future. NOW is the time to get in on that industry while the competition is low! J.T. Abney, author of the acclaimed book Shrimp Farming Guide now shares the secrets of Tilapia farming in his new book Tilapia Farming Guide. Abney is not selling a getrich-quick scam. His experience comes from a lifetime of work in the Gulf of Mexico, and generations of family experience working fishing and farming in the Gulf. His book covers all the bases on how to raise, feed, and make money off your Tilapia farm. His advice is real, professional advice. If you're looking to make money with no work, look elsewhere. If you want to work hard to get rich honestly, look to the Tilapia farms! More here...
Tilapia Farming Guide Summary
4.6 stars out of 11 votes
Author: J.T. Abney
Official Website: www.tilapiafarming.net
My Tilapia Farming Guide Review
I usually find books written on this category hard to understand and full of jargon. But the author was capable of presenting advanced techniques in an extremely easy to understand language.
This book served its purpose to the maximum level. I am glad that I purchased it. If you are interested in this field, this is a must have.
Tunny nets and fish farms However, recent reports saw no nets east of Punta Sabinal but many calas and bays had fish farms proliferating. These latter are often lit with flashing yellow lights but great care should be taken when entering small calas at night. The positions of some fish farms are indicated on the latest charts but be aware these farms change position frequently. Fish farming is developing along this coast and navigators must be prepared to encounter ones not shown on plans and charts.
The most eastern island, Isla del Rey, and the middle island, Isla Isabel II, are joined by a partially destroyed pier. The bay to the S is the only natural anchorage suitable in N winds along the Mediterranean coast of Morocco. Howrever, the -area is a Spanish military zone and the authorities do not allow yachts to anchor in the vicinity of the islands, which are rich in fish. An unmarked fish farm has been placed on the S side of Isla Isabela wrhich extends more than 300m S.
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