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Taiwan’s farmed sea bass In English 20 minute
 
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Sea Bass farming process to the table 1.Discovering-The secret of Taiwan’s delicious farmed sea bass 2.Exploration-Origin of high-quality Taiwan sea bass 3.Assurance-Safety from fish farm to table 4.Professionalism-Perfect processing 5.Satisfactory-Different consumer demands 6.Perfection-Taste the delicious flavor of fresh sea bass
Taiwan’s farmed sea bass In English 5 minute
 
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Sea Bass farming process to the table 1.Discovering-The secret of Taiwan’s delicious farmed sea bass 2.Exploration-Origin of high-quality Taiwan sea bass 3.Assurance-Safety from fish farm to table 4.Professionalism-Perfect processing 5.Satisfactory-Different consumer demands 6.Perfection-Taste the delicious flavor of fresh sea bass
French Sea bass/sea bream farming
 
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This film shows Provence Aquaculture, near to Marseille, that produces sea bass and sea bream in a sustainable way. The products are certified as organic (Agriculture Biologique)and are sold to restaurants and supermarkets throughout France and Europe
Views: 18912 euraquaculture
Growing the Business of Growing Fish - Sustainable Aquaculture in Turkey
 
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Kilic is the largest vertically integrated fish farm operator in Turkey and one of the largest in Europe, raising seabass, seabream and meagre in marine cages, and freshwater trout in dam lakes. A 2007 directive from the Turkish government to move all marine cages 1.2 kilometers offshore allowed the company to sustainably grow its operations with cutting edge technology, increased efficiency, and minimal environmental impact. Increasing the sustainability of its feed by replacing fishmeal and fish oil with alternative proteins such as U.S. grown soy will help to further grow the business of growing fish, and lessen pressure on threatened wild fish stocks. For more information, please go to: http://soyaqua.org/
Views: 180287 Living Ocean Productions
Sea Bass Fish Farming Project ( Asian Seabass ( Barramundi)
 
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Sea Bass Fish Farming Project ( Asian Seabass ( Barramundi) Introduction Asian seabass (or barramundi), Lates calcarifer, is a large predatory fish found in coastal, estuarine and freshwater environments in the Indo-Pacific region. It is well-established in the market place, where it is traded live to the Asian restaurant market at approximately plate size (300 – 500g whole) and as a fillet or large whole fish (approximately 2kg). Seabass flesh has a reputation of having premium edible properties as it is tender, white, firm, mild tasking with boneless fillets , Asian seabass is a fast growing species making it a popular species for aquaculture. Techniques ,for its culture were first developed in Thailand in the early 1970s. During the 80s and 90s, seabass aquaculture expanded to China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore ,Taiwan, Vietnam and Australia. More recently, countries such as the USA, the Netherlands, the UK and Israel have embraced seabass farming with supporting active research into improving culture techniques The Vietnam sea bass fetches a high price and has a good consumer demand. This is a rapidly growing industry. The main bulk comes from Australia although Sea Bass is farmed in many countries in south east Asia. Seabass farming in Vietnam is profitable, with net revenue being approximately 11 and 39 million VND/year (USD600 – 2,000/year) These video frames can be seen Sea Bass Fishes on a sketches in the Vietnam Sea Please Subscribe Our Channel For More Updates And Latest Videos Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/110163486220808197200 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/SSYEntertainment Twitter : https://twitter.com/awliyanage
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Taiwan’s farmed sea bass In English 2 minute
 
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Sea Bass farming process to the table 1.Discovering-The secret of Taiwan’s delicious farmed sea bass 2.Exploration-Origin of high-quality Taiwan sea bass 3.Assurance-Safety from fish farm to table 4.Professionalism-Perfect processing 5.Satisfactory-Different consumer demands 6.Perfection-Taste the delicious flavor of fresh sea bass
Culture Of Sea Bass In Open Sea Cages
 
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New Horizons in Mariculture : Culture Of Sea Bass In Open Sea Cages is a film Produced By Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute
Deep Sea Fish Farming in Geodesic Domes: Upgrade
 
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In this episode of Upgrade, Motherboard goes to Baja California, Mexico to get a firsthand look at these free floating pods, and to get an understanding for why we need better ways to cultivate our future food sources. Whether it’s found on a plate of sushi, grilled in our backyard, or thrown on pasta, seafood is a staple for many diets around the world, and demand is growing. And as the commercial seafood industry booms, fish stocks worldwide face perilous declines. We’ve surpassed our capacity to sustainably fish wild caught fish, shrimp, and mollusks from the ocean, and so we’ve turned to aquaculture, or fish farming, as a strategy to meet demand for our growing appetites for water-borne critters. The aquaculture industry is growing fast. According to the FAO, per capita production of seafood from aquaculture has increased 6.9 percent annually since 1970. Unfortunately for us and for our Earth, current methods of fish farming often involve crowded, tethered pens, which can have poor water circulation and contribute to the spread of disease, and put large amounts of environmental stress on the surrounding waterways. This is where Steve Page of Ocean Farm Technologies comes in. Taking inspiration from naturally-occurring schools of fish and Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes, Page co-designed the Aquapod, a free floating, untethered deep ocean fish habitat which reduces overcrowding, and creates less stress on surrounding environments due to its unique ability to change location with the ocean's current. Subscribe to MOTHERBOARD: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-To-MOTHERBOARD Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/motherboardtv
Views: 2335120 Motherboard
9 Kinds of Fish You Should Never Eat
 
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Can eating fish be dangerous? Fish is both delicious and healthy, but there are certain fish that will do you more harm than good for your health. Here are 9 types of fish you should never eat or eat very rarely. Some kinds of fish aren’t recommended for kids at all! Watch till the end to know how to choose fresh fish! Other videos you might like: Take Fish Oil Every Day for 20 Days, See How Your Body Changes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvYU9s8hv2U& 7 Food Combinations That Can Ruin Your Health https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRbhveLaQ9c& How Long Foods Stay In Your Stomach https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qhIT8sOymk& TIMESTAMPS: Imported catfish 0:27 Mackerel 0:49 Tilapia 1:16 Eel 1:43 Pangasius 2:10 Tilefish 2:34 Sea Bass 2:55 Dollarfish 3:21 Tuna 3:50 How to choose fresh fish 4:20 SUMMARY: - Catfish can grow to considerable size. To accelerate their growth, many fish farmers feed them hormones. - Mackerel contains mercury which is not cleared from but accumulated in the human body, causing various diseases. - There aren’t many healthy fatty acids in tilapia, yet the concentrations of harmful fats in it are almost as high as in lard. Excess consumption of this fish leads to an increase in cholesterol levels and makes the body more sensitive to allergens. - Eels have lots of fat, and thus easily absorb industrial and farm waste in the water. American species have the highest level of such intoxication. - Most of the pangasius we see in our stores is brought from Vietnam, namely from the Mekong River that is considered one of the most contaminated water bodies in the world. - Tilefish is the leader in mercury contamination, and it’s often caught in breach of the rules, increasing the risk of food poisoning. - Sea bass contains an ample amount of mercury. Sometimes, especially when it’s served as fillet, instead of sea bass, you get pangasius or some other cheaper fish. - Dollarfish, more commonly known as oilfish, contains gempylotoxin — a waxy substance that is not metabolized at all. - Tuna contains lots of mercury, especially blackfin and bluefin tuna. Additionally, there’s precious little free-grown tuna in the stores because it’s nearly extinct. - Fresh fish always has shiny scales and clear eyes. Take a fish in your hands and look — a spoiled fish will have its tail lowered weakly. - When buying live fish from a tank, make sure the water is clear. Choose fish that aren’t near the surface but closer to the bottom. - When buying salmon, choose chunks with white threads in them. If a chunk is completely red, it’s probably been dyed. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected]--------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
Views: 3411076 BRIGHT SIDE
seed farming of sea bass/barramundi and plankton
 
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seed farming of sea bass / barramundi fish in benzena fish bali-indonesia
Views: 1081 Prayoga Benzena
Intro to Seabass
 
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Views: 67342 Mag-Agri Tayo
Get rich - seabass farming.
 
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Feeding seabass with special made pellet food.
Views: 5566 augustine tai
Harvesting of European seabass from off shore cages in Spain
 
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Source: www.fishconsult.org Video credit: Ahmed Shaheen (Egypt) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) The video shows the process of the harvesting of European seabass (Dicentrachus labrax) grown in off-shore cages in Spain. The first part of the video shows the crowding of harvested fish while the last part of the video shows the scooping of fish which is placed in a container for post-harvest process and transport.
Views: 4210 FishConsultGroup
Aquaculture of salmonids in northern Israel
 
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The aquaculture of salmonids is the farming and harvesting of salmonids under controlled conditions. Salmonids (particularly salmon and steelhead), along with carp, are the two most important fish groups in aquaculture. The most commonly farmed salmonid is the Atlantic salmon. Other commonly farmed fish groups include tilapia, catfish, sea bass and bream. In 2007 the aquaculture of salmonids was worth US$10.7 billion. Salmonid aquaculture production grew over ten-fold during the 25 years from 1982 to 2007. Leading producers of farmed salmonids are Norway with 33 percent, Chile with 31 percent, and other European producers with 19 percent.[2] There is currently much controversy about the ecological and health impacts of intensive salmonids aquaculture. There are particular concerns about the impacts on wild salmon and other marine life. Some of this controversy is part of a major commercial competitive fight for market share and price between Alaska commercial salmonid fishermen and the rapidly evolving salmonid aquaculture industr
Fish Farm Seabass Indonesia by Malcolm Ong
 
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This is a seabass farm in Batam Indonesia. The seabass are so active and certainly looks good. The seabass are grown for the US market. The modern farm is very impressive.
Views: 25413 MalcolmSingapore
How Seafood is Farmed: Tanks
 
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Recirculating systems raise fish in tanks in which water is treated and recycled through the system. Almost any finfish species such as striped bass, salmon and sturgeon can be raised in recirculating systems. Recirculating systems address many environmental concerns associated with fish farming—fish cannot escape, and wastewater is treated—but they are costly to operate and rely on electricity or other power sources. Learn more: http://www.seafoodwatch.org/cr/cr_seafoodwatch/sfw_gear.aspx
Views: 106580 Seafood Watch
Panel Discussion - Seabass Cage Culture
 
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Panel discussion excercsie as a part of Training in NAARM, Hyderabad.
Views: 4694 Prashant Verma
Harvesting largemouth bass at McLane Farms
 
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We raise large mouth bass in southern Illinois and this is how we harvest them.
Views: 125450 Drew McLane
Farmed White Seabass
 
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New at Catalina Offshore Products! Ocean-raised seabass responsibly grown off the coast of Ensenada in Baja, California. Visit our fish market and Seafood Education and Nutrition Center located in San Diego, or for fresh and sushi grade seafood delivered to your door anywhere in the U.S., shop http://www.catalinaop.com. Wholesale inquiries welcome!
CORFU SEA FARM
 
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Video aziendale inglese
Stocking Striped Bass Fingerlings
 
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Watch how Fisheries moves striped bass (the 1-inch fingerling kind, not the 35-pound kind) from hatchery ponds to water bodies across Georgia.
Views: 8408 GeorgiaWildlife
RAS in PC Aquaculture Pools with Asian Seabass
 
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RAS in PC Aquaculture Pools with Asian Seabass
Views: 354 Hemabh Shivpuri
The Process of Bass Spawning
 
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Steve Knight talked with Tony Owens, Hatchery Manager at Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center, about the process of spawning the Florida Large Mouth Bass.
Aquaculture Technology Smart Farming - Aquaculture in the Sea
 
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Smart Farming Aquaculture US Thank For Watching Noal Farm For more Hot video Please Sub me Here: https://goo.gl/AECnmd Copyright disclaimer: I do NOT own this video nor the image featured in the video. All rights belong to it's rightful owner/owner's. No copyright infringement intended. If you are the owner, send me a message or comment on the video. I will follow your request as soon as read. Thank you Video source: Music Source: And More playlist Noal Farm : https://goo.gl/tYZdNC Noal Sea : https://goo.gl/vvh4j1
Views: 18839 Noal Farm
Seabass Cage Culture India (Success full Harvest) Part 1
 
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Seabass Cage Culture India - Success full Harvest in the freshwater, marine, backwaters (Brackish water fish farming) for consultancy, business inquiry and collaboration contact us at - [email protected] or +917019384949
Views: 25693 Aathreya Aaqua Green
Hybrid Striped Bass Aquaculture
 
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Views: 3629 NCRAC
National Aquaculture Group (NAQUA) - Corporate Video
 
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National Aquaculture Group (NAQUA) is one of the largest aquaculture operation (shrimp farming and fish farming) of its type in the world and offers you the opportunity to enjoy products grown in our shrimp farms strategically located by the coast of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, 180 kilometers south of the historic port of Jeddah, close to the town of Al Leith. Covering an area of approximately 250sq km on the Red Sea Coast in Saudi Arabia the privately owned, National Aquaculture Group (NAQUA) is among the largest, fully integrated shrimp farms and fish farms in the world. The 16 farms for shrimp and 3 circular cage farms for fish consisting of 14 to 20 cages each. Each fish farm has the capacity of 4,500MT of fish production are fed directly from the pristine, crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. National Aquaculture Group is synonymous with premium product but, that's not all. It is also about bio-security, a quality oriented seafood philosophy and our people. We are proud to breed different marine species ranging from red sea bass and red sea shrimp to marine algae and sea cucumber.
Aquaculture, Fish Farm Compilation
 
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In case you dont want to watch the whole thing i broke the video down below. 0-0:27 Small intro of different facility's 0:28-2:10 Hybrid Striped Bass, Rainbow Trout, Tilapia, Channel Catfish, Carp, Koi, Suckers, Chubs 2:10-2:35 Trout Feeding 2:36-2:59 Hybrid Striped Bass Sampling 2:59-3:23 Tilapia Tempering 3:24-4:42 Raceway Tilapia Harvest 3:24-4:51 Danny Getting In Trouble 4:51-5:11 Eight Pound Tilapia 5:12-5:28 Random Largemouth Bass During Tilapia Harvest 5:28-7:06 Spoke Tilapia Harvest 7:07-7:55 Moving Tilapia 7:55-10:42 Hybrid Striped Bass Harvest + Ice Killing 10:42-10:59 Turtle 10:59-11:46 Alligator Feeding 11:47-13:32 Winter Hybrid Striped Bass Harvest 13:33-13:48 Trout Farmers Association Meeting 1 and 2 13:49-14:30 Rainbow Trout Raceway 14:30-15:17 Loading Rainbow Trout 15:18-16:21 Salmon Spawn 16:22-17:02 Additional Pictures
Views: 24256 Tyler's_Aquarium's
STAC Marine Fish Farming and Breeding Course(Grouper,Snapper.Sea Bass)
 
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Out Door Fiber Glass Tank Hatchery Production of Red Snapper.The intake of 7th 8th and 9th April was enrolled with 5 participants from Singapore,Sabah and Selangor.A visit was made for the participants to have hand-on knowledge on how a hatchery is operated to produce the marine fish fries .
Views: 13984 Eng-Wah Khoo
Fish Farming in California
 
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Kent SeaTech is the world's largest hybrid striped bass farm and California's largest fish farm. For more information, please visit: http://www.californiabountiful.com/features/article.aspx?arID=252
Views: 125726 CaBountiful
Seabass On Aquaculture
 
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Asianseabass or Barramundi, Jin mu lu, kakap putih,Lates Calcarifer on sea Cage
Views: 826 Asian Seabass
Farming the Sea - Full Episode
 
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An ever-growing demand for fresh seafood has pushed wild fish stocks around the world to the brink. In Florida, scientists and other experts are farming the sea in an attempt to alleviate some of these fishing pressures. “Aquaculture,” or “fish farming,” is the cultivation of marine or freshwater organisms. Some aquaculture methods have been highly criticized for their negative environmental impacts, but other, more environmentally friendly techniques, are being perfected at various research institutions in Florida. Changing Seas travels from coast to coast, meeting with experts who raise fish for food production and to replenish depleted wild populations. Learn how scientists are making it possible to grow marine fish miles away from shore, and discover which Florida research facilities are testing new methods for making aquaculture more environmentally sustainable and efficient. Also visit Cedar Key, Florida, where aquaculture has helped to preserve the area’s rich fishing heritage. Here, former gillnet fishermen turned clam-farmers harvest their product with little impact to the local ecosystems. Learn more at www.changingseas.tv or facebook.com/changingseas
Views: 103603 ChangingSeasTV
Branzino Sea Bass Farm In Turkey
 
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Branzino Sea Bass Farm In Turkey
Views: 1096 David Gair
Marine Fish Farming and Breeding(Grouper in Malaysia)
 
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The many plastic basins are for packing and counting of high valued marine species such as Hybrid Grouper, Snapper and Sea Bass.The STAC marine fish farming and breeding courses are now popular among the many new players of the aquaInvestments in Malaysia and oversea participants.
Views: 58657 Eng-Wah Khoo
TUNISIA HOLDING farmed Seabass
 
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Mediterranean farmed fish
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Jaikisan AP | 2nd May 18 | Sea bass fish farmers facing seed and feed problems
 
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Views: 7550 ETV Jaikisan
Top 3 Best Fish vs. Worst Fish to Eat: Thomas DeLauer
 
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Learn the 3 Safest fish to eat! I'll teach you more at http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com We are going to go over the top 3 fish to eat and the fish that you may want to avoid. Fish can become contaminated in a number of ways - size, species, age and location determine contamination levels. Heavy Metals: Mercury and Lead- Mercury is known to cause many health problems and is especially dangerous for children and women who are or may become pregnant. It can take 12-18 months for mercury to pass through the body, so women who may become pregnant should also work hard to avoid mercury. The nervous system and kidneys are the main targets of mercury. Children exposed to mercury may cause mental development problems, including coordination and learning handicaps. Anyone can experience mercury health effects, including: fatigue, dizziness, numbness or tingling, memory and coordination problems, irritability.If enough mercury is consumed, permanent brain and kidney damage can occur. Large, older, or predatory fish have more time and eat more contaminated foods, allowing heavy metals to bioaccumulate. Industrial Chemicals- PCBs, dioxins, DDT and other chemicals can leach from factories or garbage into our waters. These chemicals are related to cancer risk. Bottom dwelling fish are the most susceptible to these toxins, including the American eel, sea trout and wild striped bass. Radiation- The Fukushima nuclear disaster is one of the most widely discussed radiation events that has an impact on what we eat. Radiation is known to cause cancer, so avoiding foods high in radioactive compounds is important. Researching your fish choices online is the best way to avoid consuming fish that come from an area high in radiation. Choosing Fish for Your Family- The Environmental Defense Fund Seafood Selector is a great benefit when deciding what fish to avoid and what fish to load up on. Given the above concerns while also weighing in health and deliciousness, here is the list of the top three fish: (1) Pacific Sardines (US and Canada): -Low in mercury -Sustainably fished -High in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins B12, B2, B3, D, selenium, phosphorus, calcium, copper and more -They are inexpensive and easy to find canned. (2) Wild Alaskan Salmon: -Salmon is one of the most delicious fish, rich in healthy fats. -Low in mercury and sustainably fished -Contains bioactive peptides that may support for cartilage, insulin and inflammation. -High in vitamins B12, B3, D, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, B6 and many others. (3) Muscles: -Low in mercury and one of the most sustainably fished seafood sources out there -High in selenium, omega-3s, B12, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and many others. Seafood to Avoid: Due to toxins and sustainability, it is best to stay away from these types of seafood. (1) Shark: -Anything this high up on the food chain is going to be a red flag when it comes to toxins.Predators consume other fish and their toxins. The higher up on the food chain, the higher the levels of mercury and toxins in the fish. Adding to the health dangers is the unsustainable fishing practices. Sharks have long gestation periods, taking a long time to mature and have offspring. This makes overfishing or depleting their numbers easy to do. Most shark species are experiencing a large decline due to fishing, being caught as bycatch and for fins in Asia. (2) Tuna: A favorite among many sushi goers is unfortunately very high in mercury and horrible for sustainability. Some tuna is much better for you and the environment than others. If you do consume tuna, US yellowfin is the best option. Canned albacore tuna is high in mercury and should be avoided. Bluefin and imported albacore are the worst tuna options for health and sustainability - do your best to avoid these. Canned light tuna is better for you than canned white tuna when it comes to mercury, with about ⅓ the mercury content of canned white tuna. (3) Farmed Tilapia: Farmed tilapia in the US is often imported from China and Taiwan where the conditions and chemicals used are very troublesome. (4) Swordfish: All swordfish, being large hunters, are high in mercury. They are also fished very unsustainably, with large bycatch of sea turtles, sharks and seabirds. References 1. Mussel nutrition and health benefits http://canadiancove.com/recipes/nutrition_and_health 2. EDF Seafood Selector http://seafood.edf.org/guide/best 3. Salmon http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=104 4. Sardines http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=147 5. Mercury in Seafood http://seafood.edf.org/mercury-seafood 6. Common questions about contaminants in seafood http://seafood.edf.org/common-questions-about-contaminants-seafood 7. The lingering effects of fukushima on fish http://time.com/4241443/fukushima-disaster-food-safety/
Views: 919243 Thomas DeLauer
Marine Fish Farming in Malaysia(Grouper,Snapper and Sea Bass)----www.stac.com.my
 
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Siah Kah Hock a Former 4 student from Kg Chuah of NS. attended May intake of Marine fish Breeding Adn Farming Course.After course completion he and Sim WH arranged a sea trip to in-shore off Kg Chuah/Bagan Lalang.Siah's father is a fisherman who uses different type of fishing gears for fishing.On 31st May,his father took a outboard engine fish boat made a tour to the coastal sea where he put the "BUBU" at the sea bed near Bagan Lalang.The video was taken when the "BuBu" were hauled to check any fishes trapped inside.
Views: 14963 Eng-Wah Khoo
Cage culture by Benaka Aqua Culture
 
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Feeding fresh meat to Seabass fishes Farming in cages.
Views: 457 Shashank Kumar
THIS IS WHY YOU SHOULD STOP EATING TILAPIA AND FARMED SHRIMP IMMEDIATELY
 
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Fish can either be one of the best foods for you or detrimental to your health depending on where it’s sourced. There is a world of difference between a fish that is caught in the wild vs. farm-bred or farm-raised fish. The most common farm-raised fish are: salmon, tilapia, catfish, “sea” bass and cod (the last two surprise a lot of people). https://draxe.com/eating-tilapia-is-worse-than-eating-bacon/ http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/12/21/9-farmed-fish-facts.aspx
Views: 324778 Article-TUBE2
Stocked A Pond With Homemade Livewell
 
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In this video I get to fish with my dad at some local farm ponds. Watch how we use a homemade livewell to take a few bass to a new location. New to the channel? PLEASE Subscribe and help me reach 100,000!! https://goo.gl/s9lQgZ Follow me on my social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yaptengco_tristan/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tristan.yaptengco Snapchat: Tyap1114
Views: 1684746 Yappy_Twan_Twan
Vlog #67  How To Cook Paksiw Sea Bass (Spigola)
 
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Cooking Sea Bass. Spigola in Italian and Samok in Visayan. Cooking in a Visayan method of cooking. The Paksiw Inon-onan). It is a very quick and easy cooking. But, it's so tasty and healthy. Hope you enjoy watching my videos guys! Please leave a like, comment, share and subscribe to more videos. Your acknowledgement is my inspiration and motivation. Music: [No Copyright Music] Happy Life- FREDJI Audio Library- No Copyright Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4PI5p5bI9k Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mjsalvado Twitter: https://twitter.com/SalvadoJean Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rich_cheechay/ Email Address: [email protected]
Views: 1233 Richh Cheech
3 Stars Awarded Sea Bass and Sea Bream - Ilknak Aquaculture
 
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3 Stars Awarded Sea Bass and Sea Bream - Ilknak Aquaculture #seabass #seabream #itqi #superiortaste #award #ilknakaquaculture #yourtrustedpartner
Views: 187 tvlpls Ajans
Big Sea Bass Fish Cutting | Amazing 14 KG Nile Perch Fish Slice in Fish Market
 
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In Bangladesh this fish called Coral Fish. it is also called Bhetki fish or Barramundi or Asian Sea Bass or Giant Perch. In Bengali this fish also called Bhetki Fish. Bangladeshi peoples fillet this fish amazing way and this fish fillet guy is very faster. This Giant Perch weight: 14.3 KG. Per KG fish Price: 860 BDT( About 11 USD). So total fish price: 12,298 BDT( About 157 USD) Bhetki is very costly fish in Bangladesh. Most of the fish market Coral fish is available in Bangladesh. Please subscribe to watch more incredible fish cutting video.
Views: 203859 AroundMeBD
Hatchery-Raised Largemouth Bass Comparison Study
 
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Freshwater fisheries biologist James Kramer recently completed a study comparing largemouth bass rearing techniques. Fingerling sized bass from the Florida Bass Conservation Center in Webster were raised indoors on pellets and outdoors on live prey then stocked in lakes around the state. The fish were collected over two years to find how many of each group survived. Results from the study showed that, while many of the lakes differed, overall the rearing method didn’t matter as both performed the same. These findings should help our managers when making stocking decisions by removing the factor of rearing success from consideration so they can focus on timing and cost saving. Our new video goes into more detail about this important project.
CAGE CULTURE - An Aquaculture Documentary
 
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