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Building a Small Lobster Hatchery here in the Philippines


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Well I finally finished the second video of the 3-part Youtube video series ‘Tropical Spiny Rock Lobster 101 - species Panulirus 'ornatus' - Video (2of3)’ ...

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    Well I finally finished the second video of the 3-part Youtube video series ‘Tropical Spiny Rock Lobster 101 - species Panulirus 'ornatus' - Video (2of3)’ which I started work on New Year’s day. It is almost an hour and forty-five minutes long so it is about twenty minutes longer than the first video of this series. The issue was a lack of posted photos on the internet which related on the subjects discussed, which required my digging through my own personal archive of photos and quite a bit of artwork needing to be created. But I am satisfied with the end results and it feels good to have this second video of the series finally uploaded. I have a few smaller video projects that I have had on hold, one is a couple of videos of the lobsters in the grow-out nets which follows what was done through a local disease outbreak; and the other project is a collaboration with a local Filipino lobster buyer/shipper/transporter who’s skills and technique is extremely successful, and we will video and discuss all the steps needed to properly prepare and ship lobster at distances in excess of 10 hours. Rio has shipped lobster as far as the Middle East with successes of 100% survival rates of delivered stock. He has decades if practice hands-on experiences in lobster aquaculture and is a walking ‘treasure trove’ of knowledge which he wants to share.

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    Internet issues resulting in a double-posting, sorry...
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    Internet issues resulting in a double-posting, sorry...
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    Video '3of3 Part-A' of my YouTube lobster 101 training video series if finally completed and is now uploaded for viewing. And as usual I hope viewers find it useful, informative and entertaining. Due to the volume of information contained in this third section of the video series, it is necessary to divided the content into two individual videos because the video would simply be too long. I have tried to keep these to around plus or minus 90 minutes in length, So section three consists of both a '3of3 Part-A' and a video '3or3 Part-B'' video, I have already started work on the voiveover for the upcoming '3of3 Part-B' video and should have it ready for upload onto my YouTube channel sometime before early March. This is of course dependent on the amount of artwork I may need create which can be quite time consuming.

    This Part-A video contains discussions on subjects pertaining to proper practices and technique used within the commercial lobster 'grow-out' aquaculture industry. Such as reliant facts and figures, proper husbandry fundamentals, feeding practices, water management, net and cage management and proper stock management. To include: topics relating to various types of aquacultural 'grow-out' setups, different net and cage types. and useful information helpful to successfully raise early stage Pueruli seedstock and Juvenile stock to healthy marketable (500gram) Sub-adults, (1,000gram) Adults and (1,500gram) Adult size individuals.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMeGPuskcgI&t=149s
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    I have done one project on fish farming in my academic life that's why I can only talk about fish farming and obviously, I wouldn't hit lobster topic. However, if we talk about the pros of fish farming, then no doubt, it is a profitable business. Usually, ponds need 4-6 feet depth, and construction cost could be around $1500-$2000/surface acre, which is not a bad deal. An initial startup could be around $3000/acre of water, and yes, I do not include the cost or rent of the land in it. However, the large ponds are less expensive as compared to the small ones but no doubt, ponds need maintenance likewise the fishes. But, if you have enough resources in terms of budget for pond cleaning high-tech products and these fish pond vacuum robots, then no doubt, pond cleaning becomes easy, and you can increase the production of fish. This kind of chemical and vacuum cleaning is crucial to get rid of lice and bacteria.



    On the other hand, if we talk about the cons, then it could be expensive to spend lots of your budget on pond maintenance and on the fish meal. Yes, fish meal is usually considered expensive, and still fish die due to lack of compounds that they have in the rivers or ocean. Secondly, farming fishing is already an overpopulated industry where you can't beat your competitors without the right approach and core competencies in this field. You need to check the supply and demand factor here because in case of low demand and high supply in your area could lead the waste of fish, and even they can die due to overpopulation.

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