Saturday, November 6, 2010

Bangus Farming - Video Interview

Here is a video with our interview on one of the popular lady at the Bagsakan. She spoke about the performance  of Panabo Marine Culture Farm as well as price and escalation. She is Ma'am Maria Odujan (i hope we got her family name right.)

Bangus Farming - Milk Fish Products

On this blog, we will share to you what are the other products with Bangus as the center piece. We all know that Bangus is a healthy, nutritious edible fishes that can be cooked in many ways. But there are other by products that can be made from bangus that are readily available in the market. These are some of them:

Bangus Farming - Feeds and Its Effect on the Pocket

Fish cage farming is relatively cheap on your initial expenses. Assuming that everything is done, the fish cage is finished and the fries have been stacked, it is time to operate it. The biggest contributor of the cost  are the feeds. It could takes up to 80% of your operating expenses cost.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Bangus Farming - Our Second Sampling

On October 25, we conducted our second sampling. Same process with the first one, but we are a little bit excited since we already have data from our first sampling and that we can now gauge our progress.

The objective again is to have a growth rate of at least 3 grams per day. It was 18 days apart so simple mathematics:

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Bangus Farming - Mortality Rate

Hi there. Like any business that you are to undertake, it entail risks. One the the many risks in this business is death of a fingerling. It is very common to have deaths in a fish cage, especially during the early stages. It was determined from experiments and experiences of BFAR and other operators that the mortality rate of these fishes would reach 5% per 15,000 fingerlings.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Bangus Farming - Our First Sampling

Hello there. On October 07, 2010, we conducted our first sampling. Sampling is a process wherein we randomly select 30 Bangus Fingerlings and take it weight and determine its mean. This is a sort of monitoring to give an idea on the progress of the fishes' growth. This will also give us an idea, though not in absolute terms if our methods of feeding is experiencing wastage.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

The Marine Culture Program

You may wonder what exactly is it that we are into. So do we. In fact, we had a little, or make it a BIG apprehension on this whole thing. For relatively new comers, with no or little experience whatsoever, this is quite a big risk. But after some research, investigations, running through numbers and financial analysis, we eventually proceeded.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

A Video of Our Bangus Fish Cage

I just want to share this video of our fishes. This was taken around 5 days after our stacking.
Just don't mind what we are talking as you may not understand it since we are talking using our native dialects.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

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Monday, September 27, 2010

The Beginning of the Journey

Hello to any readers (assuming there will be) of this blog. 

What would happen when three, Engineers, with no experience and prior knowledge in Bangus Farming decided to swim into the business? Our answer would be, it is like experiencing an on the job training. The difference now, is that the OJT is expensive as it involves hard earned money, and entails lots of real hard work and constant thinking. Very different during our OJT days in college.