Catfish livestock for society
Catfish farming is a profitable business that clicking because some may eat themselves and partly the result can be sold and an additional income for working on it. African catfish fish marketing today quite well and smoothly. Either in the form of seeds and meat or size consumption. In order to meet the demand for fish catfish in the market, farming catfish in pools - needs to be improved. By increasing its cultivation, the production will increase and supply in the market is also no shortage again. Dalam catfish farming, there two major activities that must be improved simultaneously, namely business hatchery (which provides seed) which includes aircraft maintenance, container and substrate preparation, selection of parent ready Pijah, spawning, hatching.
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