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Jan012023
12

Currently, Aquaculture production will be exceeding wild fishing, although the limited vacancy of land due to natural and human destruction coupled with fresh water shortage. The trend of land aquaculture has become a trend and pioneered the emerge of "Marine Ranching" and "Aquaculture Net". Building a "marine granary" near the sea will be the main option for this industry, as it will reduce wild fishing, allowing various fish species to grow at ease, and reducing carbon footprint, Furthermore, it can reduce costs and improve efficiency, making it the best production mode.

Dec122022
16

Intensive breeding of livestock and poultry in Taiwan results in the rise of humidity and temperature in farms, which lead to various diseases in animals such as avian, influenza, and dysentery. To ensure the healthy growth of livestock and poultry, environmental disinfection and pest control are implemented to cease the spread of viruses and pests that can cause epidemics and huge loses to farmers.

Dec122022
06

Starting aquaculture in Taiwan could have lots of obstacles, creating high-density aquaculture could lead to cross-contamination disease between fish and shrimp, and using chemical agents to treat shrimp and fish could also lead to water pollution and increase the death rate of the shoal, forming a vicious cycle.

Nov112022
09

We are proud to announce the signing of an MOU on business cooperation with Korea Fishery Trade Association during The World's Leading Seafood Fair Organizers Conference in Busan, South Korea.

Jul072022
06

Since the traditional fishing lights need waterproof structures to protect their internal lighting, they usually are heavy, expensive, and non-durable. Additionally, the traditional ones mainly use incandescent light as their light source so that it would face the problems of high energy consumption, high brightness attenuation and high damage rate. And the power generation cost may be as high as 50% of the entire ship’s oil cost.

Aug082022
31

The so-called “aquaculture net” refers to a method by using a fixed purse seiner in a specific range of seawater to raise many aquatic animals. This method has some advantages, such as not occupying land and water resources and having high productivity per water unit.

Aug082022
31

For farmers, as long as they start raising livestock, every day is a working day. In addition to feeding animals and cleaning up organic waste daily, they must always pay attention to the breeding environment and provide animals with comfortable growth space. However, monitoring the farm 24/7 is not always the solution. With the rise of the Internet and the IoT, more and more remote monitoring equipment can facilitate the farmers. And yes, thanks to technology, farmers no longer need to stay on the farm all the time.

Aug082022
30

Long-Diann was established in 1985 and focus on wide fish domestication、conservation of species、fish insemination、hatching & nursery-related technology since 2015. They will counsel farmers in contract breeding and purchase back adult fish at a guaranteed price.

Aug082022
30

Electricity is one of the main production costs of aquaculture and fishery. Especially in summer, in response to sudden changes in water quality caused by high temperature and heavy rainfall, oxygenation and water pumping facilities are required to stabilize water quality. During typhoons, heavy rainfall may also create an emergency need for water pumping. These are common and large-scale electricity consumption. According to statistics, the electricity cost for aquaculture and fishery accounts for about 20% to 40% of the total production cost. While this figure will vary depending on the species farmed, electricity bills are no doubt one of the heaviest costs of farmed fisheries.

Aug082022
04

Agricultural products pre-cooling refers to removing field heat and accumulated respiratory heat from agricultural products before transporting, refrigerating or processing so that the crops can cool down quickly. Pre-cooling should be completed within a few minutes or hours after harvesting to keep the freshness in time.