Friday, January 1, 2010

General Information

All companies can benefit from a third party who is knowledgeable in the many different scientific disciplines that are a part of aquaculture to assist in optimizing productivity and that all available tools are being used to ensure that profits (this can be affected by growth, animal health, optimal utilization of feeds, using and producing high quality seed, socially and environmentally responsible production, etc. ) are maximized. Outside perspectives can ensure that projects are using up-to-date technologies and that they are producing optimal crops with minimal environmental impact guaranteeing sustainability and increasing the chances that even when times are hard there will still be profits.

Whether it is auditing your operation from a specific perspective to identify sources of poor performance or helping you achieve a competitive advantage through technology and innovation we have a proven track record. We can also help you position a product for sale into the global aquaculture industry, coordinate field trials and work through our extensive network of global contacts developed over the last 30 years.

If you buy product (whether it is shrimp such as Penaeus monodon or Penaeus vannamei or fish such as Tilapia, Salmonids or Catfish) and want the security of knowing that it is being produced responsibly and that there is little chance that products will be contaminated with antibiotics, we can help as well. Our services are tailored to the individual clients needs.
My unique skill sets (resume) have benefited many different types of clients and I am strongly committed to the use of the tools of science to promote the sustainability of aquaculture. Aquaculture is part art and part science. As time goes on we understand more about where this division lies and the science of aquaculture continues to mature enhancing our understanding of the complexities that ensure profitable production of a given species. Successful cultivation can often require knowledge of many different disciplines including water chemistry and water quality monitoring, microbiology (virology, bacteriology, and mycology), animal physiology, nutrition, immunology, endocrinology, algal physiology, biochemistry, physical chemistry, agricultural engineering, and biosecurity to name just a few.

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