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66 Discussions from the Shrimp List
A Mailing List for the Shrimp Farming Industry

 The Shrimp List is a free, email-based, mailing list for shrimp farmers that distributes information posted by on member of the list to all the other members of the list. Anyone can use the list to ask and answer questions, to keep participants up-to-date on a conference, to coordinate a project or to pass industry news around. You don't have to participate in the discussion. You can just sit back and read the messages that interest you.


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Shrimp News International frequently summarizes discussions from The Shrimp List.  Here is a list of most of the discussion that have been summarized:


March 24, 2017—Japan—Video of Intensive Shrimp Farm


February 14, 2017—SPF Broodstock


January 22, 2017—Diatoms in Shrimp Ponds


January 9, 2017—Brine Shrimp and Other Hatchery Feeds


January 1, 2017—Automatic Feeders, Extruded Feeds and Pelleted Feeds


December 23, 2016—Water Temperature and EMS


November 24, 2016—Update on Dr. Samocha's New Book on
Biofloc Shrimp Farming

November 16, 2016—Antibiotics and Shrimp Farming


November 6, 2016—Biofloc Ponds Versus Traditional Ponds


November 3, 2016—Organic Versus Conventionally Farmed Shrimp


October 30, 2016—Recirculating Versus Open Pond Systems


April 25, 2016—How to Control Nitrite in Biofloc Systems


October 30, 2015—Wanted—Specifications for Shrimp Nurseries


April 6, 2015—Does Natural Selection Produce Robust Postlarvae?


October 21, 2014—Daniel Gruenberg Reports on Genetics


September 29, 2014Iran—What Can I Grow in the Winter


March 14, 2014Removing Odors from Processing Wastewaters

March 14, 2014Preparing Metabisulfite Solutions to Prevent Black Spots
on Harvested Shrimp


July 29, 2014Can You Grow Bivalves in Shrimp Ponds?


January 9, 2014Recirculating Aquaculture Systems—Are They the
Future of Shrimp Faming?


January 3, 2014Tilapia, Phytoplankton and EMS


December 16, 2013New Caledonia—Hatchery Mortalities


December 1, 2013Should Shrimp Farmers Buy Seedstock from EMS Hot Spots?


August 7, 2013Size Matters in Spermatophore Production


August 7, 2013Postlarval Counting Devices (three pictures)


July 20, 2013The Role of Genetics in EMS/AHPNS, Plus Growth Rates, FCRs
and Feeds


July 10, 2013Ablating Broodstock


July 5, 2013How to Produce Dark-Colored Shrimp


June 27, 2013Automatic Feeders with Acoustical Feedback


June 25, 2013Dan Fegan, Owner and Creator of The Shrimp List

WSSV as a Model for EMS/AHPNS, and Some Notes about The List


June 9, 2013Copepods and Early Mortality Syndrome


January 28, 2013Dragon Feeds Work, But Where Can You Buy Them?


January 15, 201380% to 90% of Shrimp Ponds Are Dry in Eastern Thailand

(Early Mortality Syndrome)


January 1, 2013Moving Penaeus Vannamei from the Nursery to Growout


December 23, 2012The Farm Gate Cost of Penaeus vannamei Production (plus
Farming Strategies, Nurseries and Stocking Densities


September 10, 2012Training Programs for Beginning Shrimp Farmers


August 20, 2012Massive Aeration


August 12, 2012Transporting Live Shrimp


Februay 6, 2012To Lime or Not to Lime


July 26, 2011—Questions about the Future of BioflocTechnology


October 15, 2010—Nucleotides in Shrimp Feeds


October 8, 2010—How Many Hatcheries Use Recirculating Systems? Not Many!


September 3, 2010—Controlling pH and Phosphates in Biofloc Ponds


April 23, 2010—How Long Can Water Be Used in a Biofloc System?


April 16, 2010Questions About Biofloc Shrimp Farming


March 26, 2010—Would You Feed Your Broodstock Geckos in a Pinch?


February 27, 2009What If I Need 5,000 PLs in Northern California?


February 13, 2009Molasses, Salinities, Bio-Flocs and Semi-Intensive Ponds


February 6, 2009—Shrimp Hatcheries


January 25, 2008Sediment Oxygen Demand in Shrimp Ponds


January 11, 2008The Half-Wit Who Works about 18 Hours Every Day


November 30, 2007Moving Juveniles from Nursery to Growout


October 26, 2007Penaeus monodon Sightings in the Western Hemisphere


September 28, 2007Artificial Insemination and Penaeus stylirostris


September 14, 2007Shrimp Maturation Tanks—Size Matters


September 7, 2007Toxic Algae in Shrimp Ponds


November 23, 2007Algal Feeds for Shrimp Larvae


November 9, 2007Fungal Infections and Probiotics


November 3, 2006—Wanted—Penaeus indicus Broodstock


October 1, 2005Probiotics and Shrimp Farming


October 1, 2005Comparing Pond Liners, EPDM or HDPE


October 1, 2005—Computer Software for Managing Shrimp Farms


October 1, 2005Spawning Tanks


October 1, 2005Vibriosis Revisited


October 4, 2004Rotifers as Artemia Replacements


October 4, 2004Water Quality and Feeds


October 4, 2003—Organic Shrimp Farming


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