Hatchery is a lobster stock enhancement research facility located in Northhumberland, Nova Scotia, Canada.
This shrimp ceviche recipe is delightfully simple and tasty! Chef Billy Parisi shows us how to make this flavorful appetizer that pairs well with tortilla chips.
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Across the Channel from the heated contests of the London Olympics, competitors gathered in northern France Sunday for a far different kind of event: the eighth annual shrimp shelling competition in Leffrinckoucke. Duration: 01:12
This is the final part of the three part episode filmed in Mazatlan Mexico, the Shrimp Capital of the world. Chef Julian Portugal demonstrates some tasty recipes.Distributed by OneLoad.com
A few Asians continue rambling on about catching prawns.
Freshwater Prawn under microscope.
An Afghan mother describes how farming vegetables rather than poppy has helped her to overcome the challenges of bringing up five children and dealing with a drug-addict husband.
Cricket Farming – An Unexpectedly Lucrative Profession – as part of the news series by GeoBeats.
In today’s tough economy, people are exploring all different kinds of business models and entrepreneurial markets.
A surprisingly successful enterprise is cricket farming. Russ Basset of California makes a reported 2 million dollars a year selling crickets to pet shops for reptile food. Ghann’s cricket farm in Georgia rakes in a reported 10 to 20 million dollars annually, and was featured on the television show Dirty Jobs.
Students at Middlebury College have also started their own business with plans to provide crickets as a viable source of food. Inspired by a trip to Thailand, where eating bugs is quite common, the students raise the crickets in 31 gallon plastic containers. The crickets breed quickly, with females laying around 50 to one hundred eggs every few days.
And crickets are a very sustainable source of protein.
According to a Vermont newspaper, Seven Days, “One hundred pounds of grain yields five pounds of beef. Feed crickets the same amount, and they’ll churn out twice as much protein.”
What do you think? Would you start your own cricket farm?
In lieu of Charles Tabbu, (of TFC,) Abad Nereus Jethro and I (The cameraman) interviewed the managing director/ Stockholder of NPC, Engr. Ahmed R. Al Balla and the head of HRD Ali Muhammed…
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