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March 1, 2016

United States

New Mexico—Software for Managing Indoor Shrimp Farms

 

To evaluate its new production software called “Aquadoc” (more below), New Mexico Shrimp Company, doing business as Fresh Market Shrimp, is seeking help from a few shrimp farms that use indoor, recirculating biofloc systems to grow Pacific white shrimp.  Fresh Market Shrimp Company has developed numerous technologies and knowhow that can be licensed to individuals.  Along with the Aquadoc software the technologies and knowhow developed by Fresh Market Shrimp help streamline the process of producing Pacific white shrimp in a biofloc system.

 

Aquadoc was created after many years of development to help shrimp farmers make management decisions on water quality and feeding rates and to track data, organize finances and store resources such as videos, documents and standard operating procedures.  The software has been in use for three years at NM Shrimp Company.  It is web based so anyone in the world can have access to it.  Aquadoc builds a historical database.  If exceptional growth or slow growth is observed, the data can be easily viewed to replicate a success or avoid a failure.  Water quality data is entered into the program and the software will then suggest a management strategy to help maintain optimal water parameters so that shrimp are always developing at peak efficiency.  Graphs and charts are produced for easy viewing and monitoring of water quality.

 

If you are interested in having access to Aquadoc, please go to http://freshmarketshrimp.com and scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on contact information and fill out the contact form with your request.  We will only be selecting a few companies at this point!

 

Information: Dr. Tracey Carrillo, New Mexico Shrimp Company, 705 Sequoia Drive, Mesquite, New Mexico 88048, United States (phone 1-575-639-5110, email tracey@freshmarketshrimp.com, webpage http://freshmarketshrimp.com).

 

Source: Email to Shrimp News International.  Subject: Aquadoc (with attachment).  From: Tracey Carrillo.  February 24, 2014.

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