Export of Vanomi shrimp larvae up to 3 million pieces
Vanomi shrimp is a fishery product that has a high economic and export value. Ever since it was first introduced, Vanomi shrimp larvae have become a prima donna among fishermen. This is because shrimp has a very good resistance to the environment and can adapt quickly.
Not only this, the market demand for Vanomi shrimp larvae also continues to increase. Since the emergence of shrimp, Vanomi shrimp larvae have immediately become one of the potential export commodities. This is because shrimps that are originally from subtropical regions have very good environmental resistance and can adapt quickly.
In addition, several other advantages including high economic value, faster growth, greater resistance to diseases and unstable environment, and high shelf life make this shrimp the choice of fishermen for export.
Prawn breeding and production in the north and south has provided the opportunity to create employment and generate income and exports. The export of Vanomi shrimp larvae up to 3 million pieces has led to economic growth and prosperity in the country.
With the support of the government and investment in the breeding and propagation of Vanomi shrimp larvae, from 1371 onwards, shrimp fishing was not limited to the sea. Advancement of science in the field of fish, shrimp and aquatic farming; caused the growth of this industry.
The northern regions are one of the regions of the fishing industry in Iran, which offers up to 3 million pieces of Vanomi shrimp larvae products as an export product. However, quality, quantity, availability of raw materials and transportation have been prominent problems in the supply chain management of processing plants.
The export value of Vanomi shrimp larvae products has reached 3 million pieces. More precisely, Vanomi shrimp larvae are a marine commodity with the highest export value. Fish and seafood constitute one of the biggest food items that we can increase the dollar and foreign currency income by exporting Vanomi shrimp larvae.
As we said, shrimp farming leads to job creation and foreign exchange, so it will create a huge change in the country’s economic prosperity and exports. Shrimp breeders admit that good progress has been made in the field of Vanomi shrimp larvae breeding and they are continuously growing more and more successful with the use of new methods.
Vanomy shrimp larvae have no waste, and everything from Vanomy shrimp larvae can be optimally used. Even shrimp skin and head are economical. Waste such as the skin and head of shrimp larvae are used to produce shrimp flour. Cutin and chitosan from the skin of Vanomi shrimp larvae are used for cosmetics and agriculture industries.
Shrimp wastes are converted into profitable and money-making wastes with proper and useful use. 65% of the export is made up of frozen Vanomi shrimp larvae. Fish farming and export of Vanomi shrimp larvae is a profitable business. Vanomi shrimp larvae are exported to countries such as England, Germany, China, Iraq, UAE, etc.
The export price of Vanomi shrimp larvae is different and variable; But it can be estimated that the export of Vanomi shrimp larvae in the world markets is up to five and a half dollars per kilo. The added value of shrimp can increase foreign exchange income up to five times. Processing shrimp chips, shrimp burgers, fried shrimp can be very profitable.
And the export of 12 kilos of processed Vanomi shrimp larvae for the country can earn currency equal to one barrel of oil. Meanwhile, investment in the oil industry is much more than investment in shrimp farming. And on the other hand, there is more job creation in shrimp farming.
A shrimp pond is an artificial pond used as a habitat for aquaculture activities, one of which is the Vanomi shrimp. Generally, the location of the pool is near a spring, for example, in a coastal area. Most people think that all wanomi shrimp ponds are the same. However, this is not the case.
Based on management techniques and stocking levels, there are different types of shrimp ponds around us.
The traditional Vanomi shrimp pond is a type of pond that is quite simply constructed with a relatively low density scale of shrimp seeds. Usually, this type of pool does not need a pump or water wheel. At the same time, the change of water depends on the tides.
Due to the relatively low density, traditional shrimp ponds have an easier maintenance level compared to other types of shrimp ponds. Likewise, the risk of contracting shrimp disease is also lower.
The second type of shrimp pond is the semi-compact pond. This type of pool has a higher density than traditional pools. Therefore, pumps and water wheels are required that are adjusted to manage the water flow to the size of the pool area.
Regarding the feed problem, since the seeds are planted, semi-intensive ponds usually directly use artificial feed as the main source of nutrition for Vanomi shrimp. This feed, along with water quality, is the most important part that should be considered during cultivation.
A compacted pond is a shrimp pond with a relatively high seed density. Usually, this type of pool requires complex design and layout calculations. Starting with the depth of the water, the need for a pump and the need for a water wheel should follow the needs. When building a compact pool, waste management should also be considered. The reason is that the higher the density level of the ponds, the more waste is produced during cultivation.
The last type of Vanami shrimp farm is the ultra-intensive farm. As the name suggests, this type of farm requires more complex maintenance than other types of ponds. Many considerations must be made, from support equipment to the impact of cultivation on the environment.
Starting from the design, the arrangement, the need for a pump, the number and type of water wheels, as well as the technology and management, must be considered because its impact on the sustainability of cultivation and the environment in which the farm is located will be very large.