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Feeding Tray With Net

Feeding Tray With Net

The feeding tray is made of stainless steel and features a square frame with a netting material. It has a bottom surface area of 4624 cm².

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Category: aquaculture supplies


Stainless steel


Monitors the feeding pattern of the shrimp.

The pond supervisor can gather valuable information about the shrimp's feeding habits and the conditions within the pond. Inspections should be conducted every 1 to 2 hours to check the amount of feed in the feeding trays and observe how quickly the shrimp consume it. Based on these observations, adjustments can be made to the feeding program, such as changing the amount of feed given at the next meal, increasing or decreasing the amount of feed for a specific meal, or planning the overall feed for the next day. It's important to adjust the amount of feed based on the actual situation, including the pond environment, weather, and other factors.

The following table outlines the recommended actions to be taken based on the amount of feed leftover in the feeding trays. Inspections can be conducted at intervals of 1 to 2 hours

0Increase 5% feed amount for the next feeding time.
10Keep the same amount
11 - 25Reduce 10% feed amount for next feeding time
26 - 50Reduce 30% feed amount for next feeding time.
> 50Stop feeding the next time

Monitor shrimp performance and health conditions

Pond's supervisor can observe the appearance of the cultured shrimp, which can reflect their appetite, health, and growth rate. These aspects include shrimp vitality, physical appearance, and gut condition. Healthy shrimp will display strong vitality, good physical appearance, and a full gut, while unhealthy shrimp will display low vitality, pale white physical appearance, and the absence of feed in the gut.

When weather changes, such as severe rainy or sunny days, feed only 70-80% of the amount of required feed for shrimp. Observing shrimp’s molting period to reduce the amount food intake, and increase after the molting process finish. From the 35th day and onwards, feed only 70-80% of the feed required.

In the event of weather changes, such as heavy rain or extreme heat, reduce shrimp feed intake to only 70-80% of the required amount. To minimize the risk of adverse effects during molting, reduce the amount of food given to the shrimp, and increase it again after the molting process is complete. Starting from the 35th day, reduce feed intake to only 70-80% of the required amount.

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