DIY Fish Farming

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If you are interested in DIY fish farming, here is your proper guide to DIY fish farming. To begin, know the fish type you wish to raise, the type of food it prefers to eat.

Know how to protect the fish from dying. Follow proper instructions if you are a beginner.

In order to enjoy the benefits of seafood, you can easily start a fish business at your own backyard. It is not tough as it might seem. Fish farming is said to be an excellent way to earn money in an easy manner because it not just fun but relaxing too. You can always consider fish farming as an alternative to planting crops.
 

This can be done by anyone who has an interest in fish. You can do it in your spare time with ease. It needs to be known that fish are easy to farm than other kinds of animals because they need less space per fish. Thus it is inexpensive too if done in the right manner.
 

You can start your fish farming quickly and easily if you know the right instructions. The first and the most important step are to decide on the kind of fish you wish to raise. There are thousands of fish varieties available and therefore it becomes imperative to know the type of fish which is much in demand and easy to raise also. Some of the most common kinds of fish preferred in seafood restaurants include catfish, salmon, trout etc. You can even go for farming multiple fish too but this is a bit complicated since you need to check out the compatibility of one type of fish with the other.
 

Once fish type decided, you should select the pond or tank where they will be raised. An in-ground pond is said to be one of the best options for farming fish because it is able to offer to fish an adequate amount of food as well as natural surroundings too. There should be enough of water and plenty of weeds in and around. The weeds provide shade to the fish and help them grow too. However if you are not having any pond and still wish to go for fish farming then a steel tank too could be a good alternative for you, but it should hold around 12,000 gallons of water.
 

You can add large number of fish to a pond but make sure not to overcrowd them because it is important to leave some space for breathing too. If the pond is overcrowded, fish might feel suffocated. Make sure that the fish are able to adjust to the water temperature.
 

Keep a record of all activities. Protect your fish from birds too. Once everything is settled, you can breed thousands of fish and get a mega boost.

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