Economic Analysis And The Process Of Shrimp Farming

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This paper views about the economic analysis and the process of shrimp farming (Litopenaeus vannamei) on experimental basis practiced in Maritech Research and Extension Centre, Tharuvaikulam, Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu. The economic analysis confirms that the feed cost (37.47%); seed cost (18.47%) and labour cost (14.24%) dominates with irrespective of other costs (in terms of percentage respectively) of shrimp culture. The culture started with well-advanced pre-stocking and post stocking management practices. The calculated benefit cost ratio for the shrimp culture was found to be 1.231 (Positive). Based on the experience, this paper would discuss on the topic related to economic background of the shrimp culture; bio-security measures for the sustainable aquaculture and their role in production and
Economic analysis, Management practices, Biosecurity measures, exports

2. INTRODUCTION: Two Ponds (P3 & P4) lined with tarpaulin sheets were selected for the experimental culture having depth range of 1.30 & 1.25 m respectively. The pond measurements like Top & bottom width, surface area, pond name, and species stocked, stocking density and days of culture were prescribed on the display board at one corner of the pond. The pond was allowed to dry for 30 days. The pre-stocking management (Fig-01) practices were adopted as per the standard procedure follows as drying, desilting, bio-security measures

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