Aqua Farming & Poultry farming

Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, shellfish and even plants. The term aquaculture refers to the cultivation of both marine and freshwater species and can range from land-based to open-ocean production. The jurisdiction of The Maine Department of Marine Resources (DMR), and the focus of this website is the farming of marine species within the coastal waters of Maine. Mariculture is another term used for the farming of marine organisms in their natural habitats.

Poultry farming branch of animal husbandry concerned with the raising of domestic fowl. Poultry is raised primarily for eggs and meat; down and feathers are secondary products. Of all domestic fowls, chickens are the most important producers; chickens of egg-producing lines are used for the production of eggs sold as food. Chickens of meat breeds and lines, ducks, turkeys, geese, and, less often, guinea fowl and quail are used in the production of poultry meat.

 

  • Fish farming techniques & approaches
  • Crustaceans farming techniques
  • Oyster farming techniques
  • Open ocean aquaculture and deep sea aquaculture
  • Induced breeding techniques
  • Intensive and alternative poultry farming
  • Egg-laying chickens - husbandry systems
  • Various methods of poultry farming and Issues with poultry farming

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