Bream Fish Farming

Bream fish is one of the most delicious and tasty fish worldwide. This is because bream fish is very versatile, whether you fry it, steam it, or add them to a soup. It is also a nice fish for fillet. No matter what type of cooking, bream fish will surely taste perfect.

This is the reason why many people love bream fish. The demand for this fish is high, a reason why many businessmen opt to run a bream fish farming.

Why Bream Fish?
 

The demand for this fish is high because many restaurants uses bream fish for their fillets and other cuisines intended for people who loves fish. You can also supply bream fish in groceries or market too. If your bream fish is high in quality you can surely have a lot of fortune on this business.
 

Starting a Bream Fish Farming
 

Before starting on running your bream fish farming, it is very significant that you have to familiarize yourself about this fish. You can consult your local aquatic and fisheries agency when you can get the information you need. Even though, there are several information that you can acquire over the internet, it is still nice if you can able to talk to someone personally that can able to help you about starting this farming.
 

You can also consult an owner of a bream fish farm, but make sure that they will not be your direct competitor. Perhaps you can contact someone from other state or city that runs a bream farm. You need to have enough knowledge and training about growing bream fish because in due time you will require to hire an employee especially if you have plans of expanding your business in the future. As the manager, you need to train them also on how to grow and care bream fish.
 

Capital for Bream Fish Farming

  • In any business, the capital is very important because how can you start your business for the first place if you don’t have the capital or funds to start.
  • The amount of funds that you will need actually depends on the size of the farm that you wish to run. Generally, starting a business actually requires large amount of money. If you don’t have enough funds in your pocket, getting a loan from a bank or financial institution is a great move.
  • When applying for a loan, be sure to present them your business plan. This can be the basis if they will approve your loan of not, so make sure to make a good one. Once you have the available funds, you can now start your farm. Usually you need to have a fishpond to accommodate the fish.

35 Comments

  • sandip kumar mohanty said on May 28, 2012
    All things are right but where to supply this. if in local market will have no demand. So the business will going to down, pls share where i will supply .
  • George said on July 9, 2012
    We are located in the Bulawayo area where we would like to start fish farming and also potato farming.
  • PETER OBBO said on August 2, 2012
    My name is Peter Obbo, I would like to start a home business of aquaponics and am located in Uganda is it possible to have some funding? kindly help me start. I look forward to hearing from you. Regards, Peter
  • Andrew Nzuwa said on January 16, 2013
    Harare, Zimbabwe. would like to learn more about bream farming, would like to start my project soon.
  • Mason said on January 29, 2013
    I would like to learn and start bream fish farming in the midlands area of Zimbabwe.
  • niel blount said on February 4, 2013
    i want to start bream farming in Pretoria South Africa. I have most of the infrastructure to begin and is just doing the finishing touches on it. I just need more info on how and where to get fish and do you know of a marketplace close by where we could sell bream.
  • tawanda tipa said on February 16, 2013
    hi am tawanda in zimbabwe would like to start a bream fish farming business
  • Claire said on April 3, 2013
    I live in Botswana and have been interested in this for a while.
  • Joe said on June 21, 2013
    I am in South Africa, please contact me if you a freshwater fish producer or farmer, I want to buy!
  • Nyashanyaruviro said on October 28, 2013
    My name is Nyasha Nyaruviro. I need to start Fish and farming in my village of chihota in Zimbabwe
  • Ndi said on December 2, 2013
    Hi my name is Ndi and i'm in Botswana, would really love to start a bream fish farm. Maybe someone could invite me to see how such a farm operates. Thank you
  • chris said on January 16, 2014
    I am in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. I need the prices for the initial fish that will breed. I need a local contact.
  • james said on February 19, 2014
    for guys in Zimbabwe contact the following person has technical information on bream farming +263772992736
  • Fletcher Chasokela said on March 5, 2014
    I am located in Mutare , Manicaland province Zimbabwe. Would like to start fish farming please assist or refer me to someone who can
  • Rob said on April 1, 2014
    Good day, We are looking into starting a bream farm in South Africa. Any info or help would be appreciated
  • Harry Botha said on May 24, 2014
    I have a plot on the banks of the Zambezi river near Deka. I would like to start farming with bream but need some information on the bream ponds I need to build like size /depth and also is there special feeding to be done. The previous owner did build some ponds but they are quite silted up and I will have to re dig them. Any information will be of great help
  • charity Gwaidza said on August 25, 2014
    hello i have a plot in Zimbabwe in MidlandS( Driafontein )i would love to do fish farming. I need information regarding everything this business require; tanks, how to raise them, what time do they need to grow.
  • Rev Z. chigummbu said on October 7, 2014
    want to start a fish farm at kwekwe near cactus dam. please give me the correct information
  • m . mhaka said on October 14, 2014
    i want to start bream fish farming in Kwekwe i need assistance and information
  • Bishop Tshii said on January 13, 2015
    Am doing bream farming. Any one interested to contact me. Am in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. am on +263 713337333
  • Charles said on March 16, 2015
    I'm in South Africa, Mpumalanga and want to start fish farming. Where can I get more info?
  • Garikayi Samuriwo said on March 21, 2015
    I am Garikayi Samuriwo from Harare and I am interested in bream farming. I need more intensive information
  • Chabata Netsayi said on April 8, 2015
    I would like to start a small bream fish farm in Harare. I am kindly requesting more information which should include the breading period of breams up until they are ready for sale.
  • tawanda said on April 28, 2015
    I would like to start fish farming but i do not have the knowledge on how to do it. i'm located in masvingo, masvingo province, Zimbabwe
  • Teresa Awendila said on May 17, 2015
    Thank you for your website... very helpful. I am preparing my pond to start a small fish farming project. Have never done it before and would truly appreciate any intensive information you are willing to share. I am setting up the project at home using my 50feet deep swimming pool.
  • Zee said on May 26, 2015
    Hi, I would like to try this, I have some capital available for a small scale operation, I just need assistance with where I can get the bream from and what are the risks are with the transportation of them ect...
  • liberty Dhliwayo said on July 30, 2015
    i am eagerly looking for a short course in bream fish farming. i am in chipinge. plenty of water.am a b.com marketing holder and class 3 electrician. where can i train or may u send me a module fish farming. thank u
  • frans said on October 26, 2015
    i'm from sa want to get some info on breem farming tanks
  • gideon motsi said on November 13, 2015
    I would like to start bream farming. I stay in Greencroft. I want to start it at a small scale.
  • Mrs B.Hundu said on January 13, 2016
    Good day.I am looking for capital to start a fish farming at a small scale, thank you.
  • Edson said on June 8, 2016
    We are are a school in Bulawayo,Zimbabwe and would like to start bream farming as our science project. We have the funds but need technical and informational assistance.
  • Stanley said on August 19, 2016
    i wld like more information I want to do bream farming
  • Nelson said on November 24, 2016
    I am Nelson makwavarara. i want to start a fish project what is needed
  • Tavonga said on February 21, 2017
    Good day, kindly provide me with more information on what is required to start fish farming , Breams. Type of Pond and size Seeds, Feeds , total quantity, Other Costs
  • Joseph said on August 3, 2017
    is there one to have a joint venture with, I have land and ponds

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