Vietnam is very famous for its eel and shrimp farming techniques

As you already know, Vietnam is very famous for its eel and shrimp farming techniques. In the past, many Vietnamese farmers raised eels in concrete ponds because they were easy to control and easy to feed the eels, but now Vietnamese farmers have changed their farming methods from raising them in cement ponds. Come feed the eels in the swamp once.

The reason why Vietnamese farmers have changed their habits from raising eels in concrete ponds to raising them in mud pits is because it is observed that the quality of eel meat raised in cement ponds and in ponds is very different. Eels raised in a cement tank have a lower quality of meat than eels raised in a pond. Raising in a natural pond helps the eel grow faster, the meat more delicious and the same size.

With regard to the technique of raising eels in the mud pond is not different from raising in the cement pond, not only that, raising in such a natural mud pond is to reduce the cost of farmers to some extent. Here are the techniques of raising eels in the mud of Vietnamese farmers:

1 . Arranging a pond or pond for raising

  • Choose a breeding site in a field or a quiet place away from people
  • Poles should be set up in plastic tents for raising 2 to 5 meters in depth and 20 to 40 centimeters in depth.
  • At the bottom, pour black mud on the bottom of the tent and plant rice, dead branches, mulberries and other plants to make the atmosphere in the tent look like real nature.

2. Breed selection

  • Selection of eel fry should be based on a clear source. About 30 to 40 seedlings per kilogram and disease-free varieties.

3. How to raise

  • Release of eels before release must be disinfected with 10 ppm green malaxit solution for 25-30 minutes at a temperature of 24-26 ° C to treat fungal infections or release eels into a 3-4% saline solution over a period of time. 4-5 minutes to treat parasitic diseases.

Density release of 50 - 60 eels per square meter

4. Feeding mode

  • Eel food is usually worms, caterpillars, caterpillars, shrimps, shrimp, crushed fish or waste from slaughterhouses, shellfish.
  • Avoid the use of sour foods.

5. Thai style of care

  • No sewage or dirt needs to be removed.
  • When it rains heavily, some water needs to be drained to avoid the eel spilling out.
  • Check the rearing tent regularly to prevent eels from crawling out.

In addition, Vietnamese farmers have stated that good eels are in high demand and are large, healthy yellow eels. In addition, the characteristics of eels that feed naturally in mud ponds are more expensive than eels raised in pale concrete tanks. 

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