Sea cucumber culture - New profitable...

Sea cucumber culture - New profitable aquaculture

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Beni Giraspy

Australia

#1 Mar 7, 2007
Hi Friends,
I am writing to you having become aware of your involvement in Aquaculture.I am a Hatchery Manager of a Sea cucumber Culture Hatchery in Australia.
In recent years Sea cucumber culture farming is an attractive business venture because of high value of the beche de mer. The market for sea cucumbers in Asia is huge and few companies have already tapped into this eco-friendly aquaculture system.
Sea cucumber culture is an eco-friendly aquaculture system because sea cucumber culture does not require artificial feed and antibiotics. More over the sea ranched sea cucumber juveniles doesn’t need any complicated structures or constant attention.
Sea cucumber juveniles can be cultured with shrimps as the sea cucumbers function on different tropic or nutritional level in the same environment. Sea cucumbers are benthic detritus feeders and reduce the bacterial load and improve the water quality.
I am concentrating on the mass culture of commercially valuable sea cucumbers and undertake projects for commercial production and sea ranching.
If you are interested in sea cucumber culture, please don’t hesitate to discuss with me further.
Thank you
Best wishes
Dr. Beni Giraspy
Hatchery Manager
Sea cucumber Hatchery
91, Shore Road East, Hervey Bay 4655
Queensland, Australia.
Email: [email protected]
fishyone

Uraidla, Australia

#2 Mar 9, 2007
I have also thaught that sea cucumbers may be a viable option for Australian aquaculture, and polyculture with shrimp sounds like a wonderful idea. My current involvment in the industry is with RAS systems, but im always interested in fishy opportunities.

Like many others i am suspicious of the economic viability of new aquacultue ventures and dont like to blindly leap forward, ive seen too many people loose their shirts.

I would like to learn more about sea cucumber husbandry and their tolerances, particularly species that are relevent to Australian aquaculture

I would like to find information on water quality tolerances (Salinity, ph, D.O., temperature,nitrogenous wastes, and anything else which is known to affect there growth rates.
I am also curious about maximun stocking densities, FCR's, ideal feed compositions etc.

If anyone can point me toward the right information or help in any way i would be most greatful.

Thank you all

Pierre.
Robert Cefalu

Managua, Nicaragua

#4 Aug 18, 2007
We are researching cucumber aquaculture in Nicaragua on the pacific coast. Thanks for the info, will post questions as we progress

Since: Aug 07

Managua, Nicaragua

#5 Aug 18, 2007
We have two Species in Nicaragua we would like to farm., they are: Holothuria impatiens and Isostichopus fuscus.

We have pictures if its possible to add them to the form.

Regards

Jorge
Jingrang Lu

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Dec 29, 2007
I am interested in getting more inforemation of sea cucumber culture in USA, although I directed the culture practice of seacucumber culture in China. It should be very profitable if it can be allowed to culture in USA.
Leticia Olivera

Ciudad De México, Mexico

#7 Mar 8, 2008
We are triying to cultivate sea cucumbers in Yucatan Mexico we are facing some troubles. We want to get some information and also to know about profesional consultants that help us with this goal.
Waiting for answers
Thanks
Sea cucumber Aquaculture

Australia

#8 May 10, 2008
Leticia Olivera wrote:
We are triying to cultivate sea cucumbers in Yucatan Mexico we are facing some troubles. We want to get some information and also to know about profesional consultants that help us with this goal.
Waiting for answers
Thanks
Thank you for your interest in sea cucumber culture.

Please send me your specific requirements in my personal email id, so that we can discuss further. Thank you.

My email: [email protected]
Javier

Waipahu, HI

#9 May 30, 2008
Leticia Olivera wrote:
We are triying to cultivate sea cucumbers in Yucatan Mexico we are facing some troubles. We want to get some information and also to know about profesional consultants that help us with this goal.
Waiting for answers
Thanks
Porfavor contactnos [email protected] agementllc.com depende que tipo de percances tiene, pero pensamos que puede haber muy buena mancuerna si ustedes cuentan con todos los permisos y volumen de pesca. Nosotros contamos con la tecnología y mercado.
Luc Guimond

United States

#11 Nov 12, 2008
I have a project for sea cucumbers and hydroponics growing rock melons in the Maldives. Can the same water tank be used?
ramon

Philippines

#13 Nov 22, 2008
Hello Sir. I'm very much interested to farm sea cucumber in the most cheapest manner as possible. please give me some tips on how to go about it. Thanks.
Beni Giraspy

Australia

#14 Nov 26, 2008
Luc Guimond wrote:
I have a project for sea cucumbers and hydroponics growing rock melons in the Maldives. Can the same water tank be used?
Sea cucumber aquaculture has specific requirements in terms of tanks and other facilities. So you need a proper setup for good juvenile production. If you require further information you can contact me through my personal email describing your specific requirements.
Thanks
Beni
[email protected]
Beni Giraspy

Australia

#15 Nov 26, 2008
ramon wrote:
Hello Sir. I'm very much interested to farm sea cucumber in the most cheapest manner as possible. please give me some tips on how to go about it. Thanks.
Sea cucumber aquaculture has specific requirements in terms of tanks and other facilities. So you need a proper setup for good juvenile production. If you require further information you can contact me through my personal email describing your specific requirements.
Thanks
Beni
[email protected]
Dale Sarver

San Diego, CA

#16 Jan 9, 2009
There is indeed a good market for sea cucumbers in parts of Asia. Recently China went into sea cucumber culture in a big way and it has caused the price to crash for the primary species. Be careful to take this into account before investing.
Ahmed

Male, Maldives

#17 Jan 15, 2009
hello everyone, i am new to the business and i just started, i am trying to find a partner who would like to widen the sea cucumber business here in Maldives, yet i just buy n sell them but if there are any interested parties please do not hesitate to let me know.. [email protected]
Hsin chong

Brisbane, Australia

#18 Feb 6, 2009
Dale Sarver wrote:
There is indeed a good market for sea cucumbers in parts of Asia. Recently China went into sea cucumber culture in a big way and it has caused the price to crash for the primary species. Be careful to take this into account before investing.
I am from china and I know what happened with sea cucumber culture in China. Still the sea cucumbers are sold at very good price.

The probelm in sea cucumber hatchery and grow out area in China is pollution related problems. Other than that it is a very good business and the demand is growing because of decreasing wild harvest.

Thanks
Daniel Rabu

Vancouver, Canada

#20 Feb 23, 2009
Hello, I am wanting info on sea cucumber farming. I am from Vancouver Island BC. We have pristine, cold high tidal action waters that have a large wild Giant Red Sea Cucumber (Parastichopus Californicus) population. Although I am told they don't have much commercial value (too large and soft) I know of several Chinese companies that buy them from our waters for export to China. Can the more profitable species such as (Stichopus japanicus) be farmed successfully in our waters? I am a shellfish processor and want to diversify into sea cucumber farming if it is possible. Thank you for any information anyone may provide. Please feel free to contact me: [email protected]
Thank you,

Daniel Rabu
Sea cucumber Aquaculture

Brisbane, Australia

#21 Mar 3, 2009
Robert Cefalu wrote:
We are researching cucumber aquaculture in Nicaragua on the pacific coast. Thanks for the info, will post questions as we progress
Hi,

Sea cucumber Aquaculture is a highly profitable business. We are specialised in the development of sea cucumber aquaculture business. We have several years of practical experience in sea cucumber aquaculture in few countries.

We offer the best of world-class expertise and knowledge in, hatchery production of sea cucumber juveniles and farming. Our consultancy owes its position as one of the world leaders in its field to having a strong long-standing research base in the areas of commercial hatchery technology.

We have full understanding of the requirements to ensure the success of Sea Cucumber businesses in different parts of the world. We are committed to delivering world-class solutions for the commercial sea cucumber industry. Our technical specialists are dedicated to providing state of the art technology in sea cucumber hatchery technology and grow out.

If you are interested in sea cucumber aquaculture business please let us know.

Dr. Beni Giraspy
Principal Consultant
Sea Cucumber Aquaculture Consultancy
15 Milo Street, Hervey Bay 4655
Queensland, Australia.

Ph: 61 7 41254676
Mob: 61 437235251

http://www.seacucumberconsultancy.com.au
Seacucumber Aquaculture

Brisbane, Australia

#22 Mar 3, 2009
Hi,

Sea cucumber Aquaculture is a highly profitable business. We are specialised in the development of sea cucumber aquaculture business. We have several years of practical experience in sea cucumber aquaculture in few countries.

We offer the best of world-class expertise and knowledge in, hatchery production of sea cucumber juveniles and farming. Our consultancy owes its position as one of the world leaders in its field to having a strong long-standing research base in the areas of commercial hatchery technology.

We have full understanding of the requirements to ensure the success of Sea Cucumber businesses in different parts of the world. We are committed to delivering world-class solutions for the commercial sea cucumber industry. Our technical specialists are dedicated to providing state of the art technology in sea cucumber hatchery technology and grow out.

If you are interested in sea cucumber aquaculture business please let us know.

Dr. Beni Giraspy
Principal Consultant
Sea Cucumber Aquaculture Consultancy
15 Milo Street, Hervey Bay 4655
Queensland, Australia.

Ph: 61 7 41254676
Mob: 61 437235251

http://www.seacucumberconsultancy.com.au
Seacucumber

Brisbane, Australia

#23 Mar 3, 2009
Leticia Olivera wrote:
We are triying to cultivate sea cucumbers in Yucatan Mexico we are facing some troubles. We want to get some information and also to know about profesional consultants that help us with this goal.
Waiting for answers
Thanks
Hi

Refer the following website

www.seacucumberconsultancy.com.au

Regards
Benjamin
Chris

Borgloon, Belgium

#26 Apr 22, 2009
Hi...

I am thinking of setting up a Sea Cumcumber Aquaculture in Papua New Guinea and would very much appreciate some guidance on how I can be able to set up. I need some advise on requirements ie tanks or is there a possibility of using the coastal reefs to conduct my business. I stand to be guided on this issues/matters.
Beni Giraspy wrote:
Hi Friends,
I am writing to you having become aware of your involvement in Aquaculture.I am a Hatchery Manager of a Sea cucumber Culture Hatchery in Australia.
In recent years Sea cucumber culture farming is an attractive business venture because of high value of the beche de mer. The market for sea cucumbers in Asia is huge and few companies have already tapped into this eco-friendly aquaculture system.
Sea cucumber culture is an eco-friendly aquaculture system because sea cucumber culture does not require artificial feed and antibiotics. More over the sea ranched sea cucumber juveniles doesn’t need any complicated structures or constant attention.
Sea cucumber juveniles can be cultured with shrimps as the sea cucumbers function on different tropic or nutritional level in the same environment. Sea cucumbers are benthic detritus feeders and reduce the bacterial load and improve the water quality.
I am concentrating on the mass culture of commercially valuable sea cucumbers and undertake projects for commercial production and sea ranching.
If you are interested in sea cucumber culture, please don’t hesitate to discuss with me further.
Thank you
Best wishes
Dr. Beni Giraspy
Hatchery Manager
Sea cucumber Hatchery
91, Shore Road East, Hervey Bay 4655
Queensland, Australia.
Email: [email protected]

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