Category: Aquaculture | Freshwater

Farm-raised Tilapia is not Health Hazard at all in Bangladesh and Elsewhere in the Globe

GIFT ClusterVery recently on 12 October, 2015 a report circulated by an US based Internet Blog ie. “Healthy Food House” with a title “Stop eating tilapia ASAP”. The report mentioned that there was evidence that tilapia, the third most consumed fish in America, is extremely …read more

Category: Aquaculture | Freshwater

Production and Economics of Fish Farming in Irrigated Rice Field in Drought Prone Barind Areas of Rajshahi

Ditch excavation

Ditch excavation

Introduction: Changes in surface water availability are the most obvious threats to farmers in drought prone areas. Barind tract (undulating uplands with red/yellow clay soils of northwest Bangladesh) is considered as one of the low output zones in terms of agricultural production. In addition to …read more

Category: Aquaculture | Freshwater

Crocodile Farming in Mymensingh, Bangladesh

Young crocodiles in the tank

Young crocodiles in the tank

Crocodile is a reptilian animal. It is found almost all over the world except Europe. Crocodiles were originated about 17.5 crore years ago and it has been a part of biodiversity in different geographical location through out the world (Mazid and Hossain. 2004.). There are 23 crocodilian species …read more