“How to Start a Fish Farming Business”
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  • K.Frederick said on August 7, 2010
    Please, can any catfish farm owner in Nigeria give me some help to learn some from their catfish farm , am a born Nigeria, but a German Citizen for some years now. And am Still living in Germany but want to come Home for Catfish Farm, but I don't know where to start from. Please let me have some information and Contact from you. I will also like to know about the financial implications and all that is necessary. My e-mail: K_Oduwa@yahoo.com. or Tel: +4915201084659. Thanks
  • Jacob Bender said on August 10, 2010
    I am a pond stocker in the U.S. and wouldn't mind helping anybody with koi or general tank fish stocking. I sell all types of fish. Send me an email at benderkoifarms@gmail.com.
  • OBF said on August 11, 2010
    I live in Warri. I like to start fish farming business but had no former knowledge or experience about this adventure and would love if provided with one. It is profitable when properly managed i was told many years ago.
  • Anup Kerketta said on August 15, 2010
    I would like to start fish farming in Jharkhand india. I would like to start in small scale initially. Can u please advise me of the initial cost that will be required. I would like to start with the local fish carp, rohu fish or cat fish, please advise me from where to get the seeds in jharkhand and the market to dispose of the final product. I do not have any knowledge or experience in this field. please give me a suitable advise.
  • Ellliot said on August 17, 2010
    I live in Singapore and would like to start fish farming. What is the initial start up cost and what is the success rate?
  • Tanko Yahaya Yakubu said on August 17, 2010
    Hi to all, I am a building technologies and a farmer in Tamale in the northern part of Ghana and have just completed a course in fish farming. I have purchase a 30 acres of land for fish farming business and needs a comprehensive business plan and feasibility studies to enable me solicit a loan for the project. There is another 127 acres of land which is 250ft away from a big river and needs an investor for partnership. Thanks.( email: tankopapapaa@yahoo.com , tel: 00233242101532/00233271812805).
  • mohammed ifthikhar said on August 19, 2010
    Hi I would like to start a shrimp or fish farm in Srilanka or india (chennai) in a small scale i want to know what are the equipment required and the minimum area. at present i am working in Dubai UAE as Equipment Inspector
  • kelvin said on August 24, 2010
    am into fishing but i dont know how to get my own fishes....i mean for them to lay eggs and hatch them .plz i need it
  • William Smith said on August 29, 2010
    Hi everyone I would like to collect all the data I can on fish farming. I am going to do a research study on various types of farms indifferent locations around the world. This research will involve types of fish , fish markets. Natural and man made or altered facilities and an over view of the entire market. I will send out the report to all those who help me accumulate the data I need so send everything you have from ideas to plans pricing ect and I will get this report done. Thanks allot I hope many people will benefit from this.
  • Khairul Muazzain said on September 13, 2010
    I'm a fish biologist in training Bsc. Fisheries (Hons)2009 and really into aquaculture business.. Just want to inform that in this business there is no exact data on fish growth or how many amount of fish food needed to grow your fish to 1kg..there are too many factor involved..so, for those who interested in this business, i really suggest you guys to study or do some research or trial first..dont take easy way by asking people on how to grow your fish..because, you will face many different type of problem later..
  • Alemayehu Neme said on September 14, 2010
    Fish farming the one I liked most! I have no knowledge and skills to do so. What I feel strongly is that why we are from all nations of the world come together and contribute what is required to establish the Fish farming business. While I am suggesting this way to do together I am the 586th. Please let us make a contact with trust to build a business group who work jointly having the business plan in common. We can communicate with the African development Bank, The World Bank, FAO, and the like so that we can together feed the nations of the world by making our business together. I am waiting to here from you. Open an account together in one of the appropriate BANK. Alemayehu Neme Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Jide Okuneye said on September 17, 2010
    Khairul Muazzain - please send me your contact as i'd like to start a fish farm in Nigeria,I have no experience,will be starting small,will be doing a lotta of trial and error but will need professional advice once in a while.
  • Dr William George beginner adviser said on September 20, 2010
    Hi, I am professor teaching biology I m Phd and post doctoral diploma in fresh water Biology and specialized in fisheries in 1985 I worked for FAO UNDP World Bank and was Fisheries Director for 18 years in Wapda My major fishery projects are Mangla Dam Tarbala Dam , and many more in currently I m working on feasibility report of Basha Dam in northern Pakistan, You can search me on google Dr William George ( Director Fisheries Wapda). I am starting my private Fisheries Consultancy business Please do not hesitate to contact me .My email address is dr_williamgeorge@hotmail.com

    Dr William George

  • Donald l. Tonkins said on September 21, 2010
    Donald L. Tonkins 2701 Aster Drive, Greensboro, NC 27401. WE NEED CONSULTING AGENCY TO HELPS US IN ESTABLISHING THE FISH FARM to Grow organic Fish, CONSULTING FOR preparing OF a POND , FEEDING SYSTEMS , TRAINING AND FROM WHERE TO GET THE BABY FISH AND AFTER MATURITY WHERE TO SELL them. We have a property that we want to purchase that has a pond that is a little over (1) acre in size.
  • moustafa moaz said on September 22, 2010
    I would like to get all the information I need before I start my fish farming business. I live in PA state, USA. I don't have any knowledge or experience about that kind of business.
  • Michael said on October 7, 2010
    Fish farming is a very good venture. Its very lucrative & self sustaining. The major problem people have with it is that they don't have the technical know-how. That's why u c people pulling out of d business in frustration. Before u start get information. I mean real practical information. Here we can help u achieve ur dream. But remember that ur profit will not start flowing like that. At least u ve to break-even first before u talk about making profit. Different videos and manuals on catfish production are available and u can order! Simply call or text +234 (0) 802 860 1304.
  • Mohd Ashraf said on October 11, 2010
    Hi, My name is Mohd ashraf. I am an Indian working in Bahrain in the Arabian Gulf. I have been living in Bahrain for the past twenty years doing business in construction and trading. I have been thinking of doing fish farming in Bahrain using the available sea in this country. I have discussed my idea with my Bahraini business partner. He has the power to approach the government and get permission to use the beach to do the farming. I have been searching the net to find the correct people to put this idea into practice. Kindly be in touch with me if you have interest in this business. My mobile No is 00973 39178889 Reply in details Regards Mohd Ashraf
  • Kayode said on October 20, 2010
    I have been in this business for sometimes, my request is that I just want to know what are the causes and measure for any fish that the mortality are increasing daily after 5 days of stocking till almost 3months stage. the pond is well dig, no access of toxic water. Ragards
  • Raju said on October 26, 2010
    AQUA IND is into Fish Farming and also into breeding of Indian major carps (Rohu, Catla, Mrigala,) We also breed grass carp , common carp, pangasius etc. If any one has a requirement for spawn,seed or finger lings of the above mentioned varieties we can supply any quantity. We also supply cultured fishes of above varieties from 1 kg size to 3 kgs in truck loads as well as retail. Raju, info@aquaind.com, 9482507070
  • kenneth tennison said on October 27, 2010
    I intend to start a fish farm in Soperton Ga. and i need knowledge of how to start.
  • Tharwat said on December 4, 2010
    Hi brother Khalid, please contact me to see how can I help you. tharwatattallah@yahoo.com
  • Gurinder Singh said on December 6, 2010
    I have no knowledge and skills to do fish farming. I want to know what is required to establish the Fish farming business. Please let me make a contact.
  • Dany said on December 14, 2010
    Hello, I am a potential investor interested in Tilapia farming in Florida USA. Dont know much about the business except that if done correctly could be profitable. Looking for possible partners with experience on this field as well as how to deal with different climate conditions in South Florida. My email is dany356@live.com
  • Alan Brown said on December 24, 2010
    I live in Henrico Va. I have 3 acres of land, and would like to start a fish farm business out of my swimming pool. Is this possible?
  • marcel verbrugge said on December 25, 2010
    Dear PRAKASH, Any bank can give you a loan in any country depends on good supported business plan. When you have a good business plan and all detailed the agriculture bank in your country can give you a loan
  • NG said on December 27, 2010
    hi i'm thinking of starting a fish farming at malaysia and wanted to do it indoor and is that advisable? Please let me know. The area is 1600 square feet. Wanted to do it as tank farming. Thanks
  • Fresh Start USA Organic Farm said on December 29, 2010
    We are a Koi Fish Farm in NC and SC and can help you get started with your fish farming venture and even partner with you. If your interested.. contact us at the email : freshstartus@aol.com You must have at least $10K to get started to partner with us and have at least a few acres of land. We build ponds and can get this off the ground... and provide the fish at cheap prices. Buy 1000 Koi Wholesale from us, Email us at: freshstartus@aol.com We can deliver... Serious only please, Must prepay for the order
  • Phil David said on January 3, 2011
    Please, I need some information about fish farming. If you have knowledge in this, could you tell me if a called pangasius that comes from Viet Nam can be farmed elsewhere such as africa or USA? Can anyone send me a copy of layer hen farming business plan, as I also want to start up into this field? Is it good idea renting a land for pigs, hens or ducks farming? what could be details to look into before starting in this path? I am interested in land in african great lakes region and further up to Ethiopia. Thanks for your help. Contact: philidavid1@gmail.com
  • Arunava Banerjee said on January 3, 2011
    I want to start a fresh water pond fishery at Dist Nadia, West Bengal, India. Preferably carp group (sweet water. A pond of 400 miters X 100 miters area (flood pron area). In summer Temp=36-42 Degree C, In winter Temp=12-9 Degree C. Specially mention about feeds,quantity of fish to be initially put in the pond, growth structure, ideal time to catch for sell. Any other vital information. Also please mention about various diseases & their treatments.....Obliged A.B.
  • PRINCE DUWONEKPOE said on January 8, 2011
    I a student from Ghana in The Netherlands studying International Food Safety Management. I have chosen Fish Farming in Ghana (How to improve it for sustainability and profitability to alleviate poverty) as my thesis and would like to know much about it and advised on how to tackle this topic. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks, Prince.
  • Miss Taylor Morrison said on January 8, 2011
    I am a pond stocker and raise Koi. If your interested in purchasing large quantities of fish for your pond email me: freshstartus@aol.com
  • Bruce Mukwatu said on January 18, 2011
    Have a public health background and just retired. I would like to set up some ponds on my property in rural Zambia to farm fish. I need start up info and basic management. Info to include; how to dig a pond,water flow and general management.
  • tolu martins said on January 20, 2011
    My business location will be in Osun state Nigeria. Please, I want to know the advantage the big plastic pond has over the concrete pond. What will be the average cost of feeding 5000 fingerlings to maturity? For a novice, will your manual together with the CD be sufficient as an updated information necessary to embark on catfish farming? Is it possible to purchase the manual at RCCG Camp ground in Lagos. Many thanks, Martins (Ireland).
  • Ibrahim Aliyu said on January 31, 2011
    please can you provide me all the basic necessary idea on how to start a fish farming business.Please include appropriate method of feeding the fish/type of food, medicines and the rate of changing water. which type of fish to growth ie those that growths faster and weighty. We have excavated a 6Mx6M square meter pond of 1.5meter deep. the pond is located in Abuja, Nigeria. thank you
  • Irene Yang said on February 16, 2011
    Hi, this is Irene from China, any businessman wanna import fish feed from China can contact me, we can supply you the right products with right price. you can write me stin002@hotmail.com.
  • Debanjan said on February 24, 2011
    I am working in a NGO named PRADAN. Now I am posted in Gumla district, Jharkhand. I found a huge demand of fish here. I want to start fishy culture with poor villagers. As the land holding is small so their pond's size is also small (like 30'X 30' X 10'). Is it possible to promote fishery here? Secondly which type of fish will be suitable here? From where I can arrange seeds? With regards Debanjan
  • Jaaz said on February 25, 2011
    Hi my name is Jaaz.. I am very much interested in tropical fish and I am planning to develop a fish farm (including breeding), but i dont know about how to protect the fish. I have a big area for developing the fish and also a huge cemented tank, ... so please help me..My location is India, kerala, Trivandrum..
  • Dinesh said on March 1, 2011
  • sanya abimbola beginner adviser said on March 1, 2011
    hi my name is bimbo, a catfish fingerlings specialist here in nigeria. my farm is located at akute, beside fasakins farm ojodu. i consult for people that wants to establish a flow through system,also educate co-breeders on how to raise juveniles to table size using the appropriate feed composition. these are my contact details;08037118459 or sanyakayode@yahoo.com in-case u need my services.

    PH: 8037118459

  • hussain said on March 5, 2011
    srinagar, kashmir, jammu and kashmir, india. i want to start my own fish farm business. please tell me minimum area required and is ground water safe
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on March 5, 2011
    @hussain, what kind of fish farm you want to start? fish farming startup cost can start from several thousand rupees to millions. You need to figure out what kind of fish you are planning, what is your budget, where you want to sell them. If you can answer these then I will be able to help you more.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • Gary said on March 9, 2011
    Hi, I want to explore the feasibility of starting a Fish Farm in North India (Rajasthan/ Haryana/UP/ Punjab). Can someone guide me regarding the Start Up, Variety of Fish, gestation period, likely margins and any other relevant information that could help me carry out a feasibility study. Please........
  • prabhu said on March 11, 2011
    I have got one acre of irrigation land near nanjangud, karnataka , i am very much interested to start fish farming including cat fish (some tell cat fish farming is banned in india) i request anyone to please come forward and help by giving tips regarding fish farming. u can write to my e-mail or call to my mobile. No: 9845044258/9739463908
  • Save said on March 11, 2011
    Working on starting a reef fish farm in Fiji, in the Pacific Island. Looking at Grouper to start of with and others later. Can someone give a lead of what is needed......
  • marcel radu said on March 15, 2011
    Hi. I am an jazz student @ yorku in Toronto, and I like to start a carp farm in romania. I am in process of buying 10 ha for a future fish farming use. Before I even purchase the land can anyone give me some advise on what you need to look for when you look at buying a piece of land? I am new in this kind of business so if anyone can give me any information on "how to" do it from the beginning would be greatly appreciated. I need an business plan, a plan on how to create the small lake, and all other information. thank you so much. caraccuda@yahoo.com marcel.
  • Mashiur Chowdhury said on March 18, 2011
    Hi I would like to know the possibilities of farming European, Canadian and US native fishes in Bangladesh for commercial purposes. can any one please help me with that. Kind regards Maz, Liverpool England.
  • rahul singh said on March 20, 2011
    Wish to start fish farming in a large scale. Location eastern part of Uttar Pradesh, India. Required to know the parameters for selecting the site of pond ie soil texture , what should be the size of pond . It will be great if you can provide if valuable inputs .
  • gladstone stanley beginner adviser said on March 20, 2011
    fish farming is very lucrative ghana. there is tax free and duty free on any aquatic material imported into the country so if you are interested in fish farming in ghana, then email me : gladstonestanleykwadzo@yahoo.com or call +233543194608. if you are a floating fish feed manufacturer, then i will advice you call me so we can do business.

    PH: +233543194608

  • Raghunath expert adviser said on March 20, 2011

    @rahul singh, your pond size will depend on fish type. In general you can setup ponds with 1-2 acres size but let me know the kind of fish that you are planning to grow in order to suggest the best size.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • oluwaseyi said on March 21, 2011
    please i need details information on how to start fishing business, know i have a big pond that can contain a thousand fishes @ a time, pls give more information how to feed ,treat them.
  • inam said on March 23, 2011
    I am from hyderabad india ... can I start a fish farm in areas away from rivers using borewell water ..and what kind of fish is more profitable and suitable to farm in indian climate (our temperature goes upto 48 degrees) ... please mail me any details like what is the average cost for setting up such business and any other details at my id mohd.inam@gmail.com
  • mayaji dhoke said on March 28, 2011
    plz tell me names of fishes which can be bred in shallow sea water and its seeds are available???????
  • TOMMY said on March 29, 2011
    Please, may I know which kind of fish is cultivable in west Africa interior? That is NOT along the coast of Atlantic. TOMMY
  • Cillian Holland said on March 30, 2011
    Hello, my name is Cillian. I live in Ireland and I've always loved fishing and eating fish. I am currently doing an agriculture course in college and I would like to start a fish farm here. I have looked into a lot of areas of the business and it is something I know i would like to make a career of. The fish I would like to farm is Irish ling which is wild and has never been farmed in Ireland but I thick this could be highly profitable. There is little or no information on this fish like what it needs to survive, how much it eats and how and when it reproduces. I would just like to know if you or any of your contacts would know who I could talk to or where I could get this information along with what I would need. I would be very pleased to hear from you soon you would be a great help. Thank you......
  • pirzada mayyudin said on March 30, 2011
    hi, my name is pirzada mayyuidn. i have six pond 66m*33m. my problem is water seepage. last 12 year my pond useless the reason is water seepage. so i thing use pond liner for that but what pond liner is success for me. and i want to grow indian major carp.
  • Howard Spiehler lll said on March 30, 2011
    I have been in fish farming for 40 years but I am retiring an have sold all my farms but 28.76 acres in southern Indiana for $75,000 once it is sold I am retired. The Spiehler family has 30 % of the 1 million dollar fish stocking in Indiana and you can buy sell fish from this location. Being a wholesaler or a fish farm raising fish like catfish would not be profitable. It would take too much capital in a saturated market and feed is very high but buy-sell would work LIVE FISH OF INDIANA is my web site
  • mansur kurawa beginner adviser said on March 31, 2011
    the most important thing to take care of in fish farming is the seeds and water quality especially for those of us operating earthen ponds. kano nigeria.
  • Niki said on March 31, 2011
    Miami,Florida. Young man from Haiti owns 32 acres needs partner to open a fishery. nishka499@yahoo.com
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on March 31, 2011

    @mayaji dhoke,Hi mayaji dhoke, The fish that can breed in both shallow and sea water called osmoregulators. Salman is the best example of this kind of fish.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • srilal francis said on April 6, 2011
    I want to start a cat fish farm in Jos plateaue state,please let me know the problems I will have during the cold season. Secondly I want to know the difference between a male and a female.
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on April 6, 2011

    @srilal francis, Hi srilal francis, during winter only they can not survive in cold water so feed them less when the temperature goes below 45 degree fahrenheit. Feed them once in every 10days for opposing to winter kill.

    There is not much difference between male and female catfish, you can easily identify from their size usually female cat fish are wider than male and they looks rounder than male. The male catfish head is also wider than female cat fish.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • gajendra singh said on April 13, 2011
    i am from rajasthan india ... can I start a fish farm in areas away from fish tank using borewell water ..and what kind of fish is more profitable and suitable to farm in indian climate (our winter temperature goes upto 10 degrees & summer temperature goes upto 47 degrees} ... please mail me any details like what is the average cost for setting up such business and any other details at my id vaishnavg@rediffmail.com
  • bala said on April 18, 2011
    I am bala from Chennai. I am interest to start initially in one acre of land for inland fishing. Which type/breed of fish suitable in chennai climate to give in return high profit. How much volume of water required to maintain the water level at the desire level & Ph value. What type of food we have to provide for the fish. Pls kindly reply with its draw backs & positive sign. Regards, Bala
  • Anii said on May 4, 2011
    I'm London based Nigerian yearning to come back home and settle. Before i left Nigeria i was an ardent farmer dealing on various farming and animal produce, without formal knowledge. I very much want to go back to this as i believe agriculture is the answer. I have a burning desire to go into fish farming (tilapia, catfish etc) and poultry, problem is i don't know where and how to start. Could you please provide me the necessary information and, in particular, feasibility studies, business plan, required start-up capital, sales/marketing information etc. Look forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on May 10, 2011

    @Kafui, Hi Kafui, here are some some points to start fish farming in your backyard.

    • Make a tank around 15*15 dimension and fill the tank with fresh water but temperature that you need to maintain will vary from fish to fish. Choose the fish you want to grow in your backyard.
    • Keep changing the water atleast every two week. When you will get the fish from supplier let them stay with the plastic bag inside your tank water for couple of hour so that they can adjust with the temperature change and all.
    • Maintain the feeding time, consistency is the key. When they will grow keep increasing their food.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • dustin said on May 13, 2011
    i would like to know is their any company that would pay me to raise fish on my land, if so how do i find them , or the names of the company, or who could i just sell my fish to a year around bases in dalton ga, or to processing plants that would buy them, thank you
  • Dr singh beginner adviser said on May 25, 2011
    Hello Mr Anii, have good day. we are based in nigeria . if u like to start business in nigeria . my advise -starts from cat fish first then enter to thalipia and last come to poultry ( broiler business ) last may be layers . you are free to contact us .based in ibadan .just dial -002348073663099. e-mail singhgroup40@gmail.com Dr singh

    PH: 08073663099

  • John said on May 25, 2011
    Hey Dr. Singh, we saw your most of posts related fisheries. Is there chance to setup business in Nigeria successfully? Will u assist us. We are interested to build farms there. Can you send us your company profile? You can massage to my box. Jbjohn71@gmail.com m waiting for your reply. Thanx
  • Amul Pathak said on June 10, 2011
    Dear All, I am thinking of initiating fish farming business to generate economy for local people. I have no idea on this business, especially establishing it in Nepal. Can any one direct me to any useful information, please? The location is in the hid-hills of Nepal in sub-tropical climatic region. Thanks,
  • kazeem beginner adviser said on June 20, 2011
    i am expert in catfish farming, i have an half plot of land to operate on, all am asking is an interested entrepreneur to start up this lucrative business. with four hundred thousand naira we can start and we are guarantee of three hundred thousand naira at the end of six month. 08137530552

    Ph: 08137530552

  • Ofor Marian said on June 20, 2011
    I and my fiancee would need some materials that could help us in a feasibility study for a fish farm (we have a land with a natural water body flowing through it); a snailry and a piggery. If you have materials that can help us, kindly email me and we are willing to pay for the materials.
  • Michael said on June 24, 2011
    @marian offor we can send u detailed information on catifsh farm setup feasibility report. its detailed and contain information u can use. we also have detailed information on snail rearing, grasscutter farming, poultry farming and tilapia farming. just call me on 234 7030992115 or 08028601304.thanks.
  • Scott said on July 30, 2011
    I am a UK citizen with ties, tribal contacts, and access to land in Botswana. I am currently exploring altruistic community-based farming projects in and around the pan handle of the Okavango Delta.Our mission is to empower villages with simple, low cost, environmentally friendly, fish farming methods. If anyone reading this can offer us advice (prawns? catfish? could we use large woven net/cages) or would like to get involved, then a lot of people will benefit from your time and/or knowledge. I thank you in advance. Please email us at botsfarmer@hotmail.co.uk
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  • Ray said on August 24, 2011
    I Own land in Cameroon with a stream flowing through it and I am looking for serious companies and or individuals who are interested in establishing a fish farm in Cameroon. It is in a centralized location so you will be able to get your goods to the various points quick. the successful company will be responsible for all costs associated with putting it in place and of course we will assist where we can. The land is NOT for sale, but we will rent it out. only serious responses should drop me an email at Fonkehfied@gmail.com.
  • Rajiv said on November 15, 2011
    Hi, I'm currently located in the U.K. and would like to settle down in India soon and in this regards was looking to start a fish farming business in Mumbai. Kerala. Could you please advise how to start about it ? I'm seriously keen on this so would really appreciate any help regarding this? Best Regards, Rajiv
  • Thomas said on November 23, 2011
    Hi I am a 25 yrs old looking to start a fish farm in india i have no idea about this business can anyone give me a detailed idea about of this
  • Govind said on December 4, 2011
    @kanagaraj.p Hello Kanagaraj, Have you started the fish farm already? Regards Govind, Singapore +65 91994325
  • Govind said on December 4, 2011
    Hi Friends, I am Coimbatore native (tamilnadu state) and residing in Singapore. I am seriously in consideration of setting up the Fishing farm to meet the domestic and international market demands. I would be interested to join venture with any like wise interested persons in Coimbatore or other part in tamilnadu. Although currently I am not in to this field, I have the luxury of knowing-how flexibility in Singapore as here all the offshore & onshore fish farms are in reachable distance. Anyone interested feel free to contact me. Mr.Govind, rgraj2k3@gmail.com, Mobile: 65-91994325
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on December 5, 2011

    @Govind, I would like to know your budget and what kind of return you are expecting. You can also email me at info[at]startupbizhub.com if you are not comfortable in disclosing your figures here. If I know the plans then I can recommend you to right people.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • J K SINGH said on December 12, 2011
    Dear Raghunath ji , I have 25 Acre of low lying land at tehsil - shahganj , dist- jaunpur , U.P. ,very suitable for fish farming . I want to use it for fish farming .May I request u to kindly guide us to start fish farming. Budget no problem.
  • Ed Albadry said on December 21, 2011
    Dear, Mr. I have big size land with big size lake in it USA, CA . a potential for fish farming can you please provide me kindly with the guide on how to start and what is the proper budget needed to start.
  • Brandon Beard said on December 31, 2011
    Hello I have been interested in fish farming for several years now and would like to start my business in the New Mexico area.The land has been purchased approx 10 acres with 3 wells of water However a problem has come up as to botulism in the water.I am looking for suggestions as to how to overcome this problem so I can start construction of my farm in the not to distant future. Thank you
  • Oluwatoba said on January 4, 2012
    Hello, I wish to set up a cart fish farm and would like the process that will involve in getting the right thing done. I would also wish to know the cost of feeding 500 cart fish to start with and likely diseases that may affect the fishes. You may contact me on 0818600519 or e-mail me on parrycury@yahoo.co.uk. Thank you
  • shaji augustine said on January 11, 2012
    hi, i have an acre of pond in kerala where the salinity of the water is high, so can anyone please give me information on where the back water fish seeds are available.
  • sheila johnson said on February 7, 2012
    hey there am from canada currently living in ghana i have a 3 plot land and have started a small scale fishing farm with about 2000 catfish and tilapia and growing i wanna expand the pond and grow more and am in need of advice from the fishing communities u can add me tashenafishing@hotmail.com thanks you
  • Peter Torchia said on February 13, 2012
    We are interested in starting our own fish farm in the middle east and are looking for guidance and where to purchase equipment , We are even interested in a joint venture if anyone is interested
  • Raman said on February 19, 2012
    I am interested in fish farming in and around calcutta, West Bengal, India. I am in US, my parents are in calcutta. So, anybody who wants to do this in joint venture can reach me at dba.raman@gmail.com.
  • Ashwini said on February 20, 2012
    I am interested in Fish Farming Based in bangalore, Karnataka. Where can i get training & guidance regarding this project? Preferably from Government organization. Please send the details to simha.ashwini@gmail.com. Thanks,
  • 1923 beginner adviser said on March 10, 2012
    @sheila johnson Hi, it's great to know you are already a farmer, that at least makes things less difficult for you to understand. It's better to in my opinion built well plastered above ground tanks (like H: 1meter X L: 5meters X W: 3meters)for your expansion. It's more efficient as you can always see the fish and progress you are making. New ponds would be better though if you are not into feeding your fish exclusively on commercial feed. I am both a farmer and consultant. You can get in touch if you like.

    Fish Farming Consultant

  • Ray Ow said on March 27, 2012
    HI, I would like to setup a coastal culture fish farm in Singapore. but i like to know how to do a budget planning and how to work out a design layout for my floating farm. Can you advise me on this... thank and send us some detail on this to raymondow@originbiz.com if anyone got any idea.
  • wilson horo said on April 4, 2012
    Hi,I am starting fish hatchery & fish farming at my village Alluandi in khunti district, jharkand, India. I need some financial support from sponsors please give me some detail on wilsonhoro12@gmail.com
  • david henry materere said on April 6, 2012
    I own land in TANZANIA near lake victoria and i am for serious company or individual who are interested in fish farming in TANZANIA if you are serious interested should contact with me at matereredavid@yahoo.co
  • Gary said on April 27, 2012
    I am located in Los Angeles area in California and looking to start a Fisheries business, anyone interested in a partnership or an active investor? Gary gshergill29@hotmail.com
  • Daniel Anaruwa said on May 25, 2012
    I am a student of Kaduna State University, I want to start a cart fish farm business in kaduna. I need some info on the setting up, building of the ponds or tanks and management. I will also appreciate financial assistance. I realized that the market for cart fish here is high. And i intend to set it up where i believe labour will be relatively cheap compared to other places. you can contact me on 07033203578 OR deeflow360@yahoo.com
  • brennan said on June 13, 2012
    I would like to start a cat fish farm in ashdown Arkansas and would like a step by step business plan and a list of organic foods to feed them and list of disease to be on the look out for.
  • gary wellen said on July 31, 2012
    Would like to understand the full operation and logistics to set up Trout and carp fish farms in Bulgaria, any takers on some solid advise and where to get all the information. Regards Gary
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  • sourov haldar said on August 2, 2012
    I want to start a small fish farming but I have no idea about how to create a farm what is the food required, what is the process. If anybody help me!


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