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  1. kellenw

    Wesley

    Welcome aboard!
  2. kellenw

    Hello All!

    @GaryD - Would you like to chime in on iAVS?
  3. My wife's family is primarily of Norwegian and Swedish descent. They love their lefse, so it's an annual holiday tradition around our house. Looks like yours turned out great! Krumkake (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krumkake) is also a very big deal for them. A few (very few) of the men in her family really like lutefisk (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lutefisk) too, but I really dislike it. hahaha... You have a beautiful home. I love those wood floors.
  4. That's always been my approach as well. It's not going to be perfectly accurate, but it's close enough to give the operator a good sense of the total fish mass in the system. At the tilapia hatchery, this was an exercise we did about once a month.
  5. Study finds Acti-Meal grape marc product improves FCR and growth of juvenile greenlip abalone By Aquafeed.com Staff, 11/08/2018 Researchers in Australia have found that dietary inclusion of Acti-Meal, a grape co-product from the wine industry, improves feed utilization and growth of greenlip abalone (Haliotis laevigata). In the 90-day study, researchers fed juvenile abalone diets containing dietary inclusion levels of Acti-Meal in varying levels from 0-20%, and recorded improvement in biomass gains of up to 12%. “The improvements were achieved despite greenlip abalone consuming significantly less feed when fed the Acti-Meal diets.” http://www.aquafeed.com/news/headline-news-article/8345/Study-finds-ActiMeal-grape-marc-product-improves-FCR-and-growth-of-juvenile-greenlip-abalone/
  6. Sounds like you had quite an adventure! Thanks for sharing WillsC.
  7. I'm going to need to hear more about this! It sounds like you've got one heck of a story.
  8. Hello Joe, It sounds like we have many similar interests. Glad you found us and welcome aboard!
  9. Hi Ren, It is no longer available. Thanks for inquiring though.
  10. Hi Kellen,

    On the respect thread , I think we have gone off topic..Could you move the political gobblgook that has been posted over the last couple of days to another more appropriate thread please?

    Also there's a report that's been highlighted to me for the last couple of weeks if you could take the notification away please? I've read it now

    How have you been anyhow, I've seen bits and pieces of your posts on fb apart from that haven't seen much of you...

    Cheers

     

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      kellenw

      Hi BD!  Life's been a bit crazy lately (mostly in good ways), but I'm still quietly checking in on things.  Really looking forward to getting a few things off my plate so I can start trolling all of you guys on the forum more often again. haha.

      I'll take a look at the thread and the notification.  Thanks man and take care! :)

  11. Hi Gary, We've had several people inquire about the business, but nothing too serious as of yet. We have been pretty busy at the hatchery, so we haven't really actively promoted its availability, other than a few posts here and there, that we made several months back.
  12. Dr Wilson Lennard, Australian Aquaponic Scientist and Consultant, has released a new book on commercial aquaponic system design and management called Commercial Aquaponic Systems: integrating recirculating fish culture with hydroponic plant production. The book is almost 400 pages long, A4 in size and full color. A table of contents and first chapter is available for download for free to understand what the book contains before purchase. Content and purchase details may be found at the Aquaponic Solutions web site: www.aquaponic.com.au
  13. Thanks Gary. We really hate to give up the hatchery, but I have been burning the candle at both ends for many years, and it's time to simplify things. My biggest concern is finding someone who will run it well and enjoy it and benefit from it as much as we have. This will also eventually free up some time for me to dedicate a lot more attention to some other AP and iAVS projects I've been wanting to do for a very long time, and allow me to spend a lot more time on the forum.
  14. White Brook Tilapia Farm is for Sale! After a decade of successful business, we have decided it is time to work towards simplifying a bit, and to begin the process of looking for a new steward for White Brook Tilapia Farm. Don’t worry, we intend to continue normal operations until we find a suitable person or entity to take over, so orders will not be impacted in any way, and the phones will still be answered by a helpful friendly voice when you need us. Bottom line is we’re here for you, and that commitment is not changing. We have thoroughly enjoyed this venture, and boy has the time flown by. It has been an enormous blessing having the opportunity to meet so many fantastic people, and the friendships we have made through our involvement in the aquaculture and aquaponics communities will last a lifetime. It’s just time for us to start winding down some of our commitments, so we can focus more specifically on others - including family, friends, other business and farm commitments, and maybe a little more leisure time (we’ll see about that last one). Assets included in the sale: 1. All related branding, the tilapiasource.com domain name, logos and e-commerce website. Optionally, we have several additional tilapia and aquaculture domain names available as well. 2. Our entire inventory of tilapia breeders. This includes all 5 strains that we manage and sell. In total, probably about 230 breeders. 3. About 100 aquariums consisting of 40 gallon breeders, 55 gallon standards and 75 gallon standards all drilled with bulkhead fittings for centralized filtration. Also numerous smaller nursery tanks and holding tanks. 4. Hatchery equipment – McDonald style hatching jars, UV sterilizers, pumps, filters, etc. 5. Established retail customer base – Existing clientele and sales. 6. Established drop ship customer base – We drop ship fish for some other companies as well. 7. Vendor and supplier lists – We’ve already done the legwork of finding reliable low cost suppliers for shipping supplies, heavily discounted shipping rates, etc. 8. Training on how to properly handle, prepare and package live fish for transport. 9. Disease free inspection certificate (required for legal shipping of live tilapia in the US). 10. Non-competition agreement – We will no longer breed tilapia fingerlings to sell once the sale of the business assets are finalized and paid for. Please contact us at corp@tilapiasource.com regarding asking price, or to request further details. Best Wishes, Kellen Weissenbach Founder
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