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Celebrate Mixed Fish! Earn Millions of Dollars
In India, the number of freshwater fish has increased rapidly in recent years. The biggest reason for this is that the business is less profitable for farmers and more profitable. In addition, there is a high demand for fish meat in the market today. In such a situation, the demand for this business in the villages and towns is increasing. If you want to make a profit by trading freshwater fish, you should cultivate mixed species of fish. This can be very rewarding and costly.
Mixed Native Species:
The biggest problem with fish farming is the proper distribution of food. Too often, not all fish get enough food or food is wasted due to over-supply. In such cases, the use of food in the pond should be accompanied by a combination of indigenous species such as Vakur, Rohi and Mirikali. In fact, these three species do not compete for food. The main reason for this is that where the vulture fish eats the surface food, the Rohi takes food from the middle and from the bottom of the Mirikali pond.
How to Harvest Fish Seeds:
Fill a plastic bag with water and oxygen before throwing fish seeds in the pond. Then put the packet in the pool. At this point, enter the pond water into the packet, creating an environment for balance. After that, the fish must be slowly removed from the pond.
Food After Sowing:
If the pond is low in nutrients after the entry of fish seeds into the pond, 1,400 to 2,600 kilograms of rice per hectare should be applied. Fish should be fed at regular intervals for proper use. Because of this, food is not wasted. The food is filled with bamboo sticks and hung with sticks. At this point, small holes need to be made inside the bamboo. Remember that some of the acacia must be on top and most of it must be submerged in the pond.
Benefits of Mixed Fish Farming:
After 12 to 18 months, when the fish weighs 1 to 1.5 kg, the fish must be removed. It can be sold at wholesale prices from Rs 50 to Rs 60 per kg. In general, mixed fisheries cost between Rs 18,000 and Rs 30,000 in the first year. Up to 3,000 kilograms of fish can be produced in a year. The annual profit is around Rs 2 lakh to Rs 2.5 lakh.