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How to earn money from trout farming

How to Earn Money From Trout Farming

Over twenty years ago trout farming had reached its peak of development. Although not so attractive as a major development these days there is still scope for creating a sideline business for somebody with access to the appropriate resources.

For a mainstream trout farm investment it is necessary to look for a production unit capable of producing at least two to three hundred tons each year in order to make the investment worth while. Unfortunately there are no longer any suitable sites available that would support this level of production and any that are still undeveloped would likely be more suitable for more profitable enterprises these days.

However, for landowners or persons with access to a small plot of land, which need be no more than an acre in size, and a suitable water supply, it is possible to develop a lucrative side line business farming trout.

It is critical that the water supply is of a sufficient and constant flow every day of the year. If the supply is erratic or dries up in the summer it is useless, as it would be if prone to the dumping of chemical fertilizers upstream by the local farmer!

To get started most economically it is possible to dig simple earth ponds in the Danish style and fit them with inlets and outlets formed from treated timber. Alternatively you can install prefabricated sluices made from fiber glass. You can buy these from aquaculture supply merchants. The ponds should be filled and checked carefully for flow and integrity before fish are stocked. These will be added to the ponds one or more times a year from good quality hatcheries.

The ponds will be covered with netting to keep predatory herons and cormorants out and also have automatic fish feeders attached. You can get them made by a local fabricator or buy them from a fish farm equipment supplier. An appropriate size of trout pellet must be added to them on a regular basis. The pellets can be obtained from trout food manufacturers by the ton or in sacks.

The fish will take 12 to 18 months to grow to a portion size and may need grading along the way as trout tend to grow at different rates. When ready for harvesting the biggest will be graded out and the rest allowed to grow again until the next harvest date. Thus a smooth and regular output can be obtained.

For any landowner or person with access to a plot of land with a spring or stream setting up a modest trout farm business can provide a valuable side line income to any existing businesses.

Hygienic rfid animal ear tags for animal tracking

Hygienic RFID Animal Ear Tags for animal tracking

DAILY RFID, a Chinese leading producer advanced in animal tracking solution, has launched a series of hygienic RFID Animal ear tags for livestock tracking on large animals, just like cattle, pigs and sheep.

 

The ear tags are constructed of polyurethane which is not easy for bacteria to grow on to decrease the chance of infection in tagged animals. Thus, DAILY’s advanced RFID Animal tags can deliver high performance in both tag retention and infection prevention for animal tracking.

 

These user-friendly RFID animal ear tags perform well in a wide range of livestock lifecycle tracking, just like cattle, pigs and sheep. The passive components(with no battery) are worn as ear tags to enable automated livestock management in processes, such as feeding, immunity, disease management and breeding practices.

 

The RFID animal tag can also help to track growth rates by recording individual animals. In additon to the ear tags, DAILY has also released inject tag, hang tag, foot ring and tag princer to facilitate the animal tracking processes.

 

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DAILY RFID specialize in producing arguably the world’s most extensive line of RFID Tag,Smart Label,Smart Card and RFID Reader, which are suitable for any vertical markets, and have obtained the National Integrated Circuit Card Register Certificate, IC Card Manufacture License and ISO9001 Quality Management System Certification. Also, we own a factory covering an area of 26,000 square meters.

 

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How to use your college career fair to attract the attention of companies conducting college recruiting

How To Use Your College Career Fair To Attract The Attention Of Companies Conducting College Recruiting

Every year, almost every college holds a college career fair designed to attract companies to perform college recruiting drives on the college grounds. This forms part of any college’s advertising campaign, so that they are able to show students that they stand a good chance of getting hired right out of college if they are able to catch the eye of a recruiter at the college career fair. The other aim is, of course, to help students find out more about possible career paths and help them get noticed by potential employers even before they graduate from college. For intelligent and well-prepared students, the day of their college’s college career fair could be the day they find their perfect career option.

Your college career fair can really be an excellent venue to get noticed by companies and secure summer internships or even job offers. In order to do that, however, there are a few key rules that you must follow in order to impress recruiters and show them that you are not just the average college student, but someone who understands that college is a stepping-stone to a career.

First and foremost, you need to be prepared. This does not mean simply getting enough sleep the night before, although that is important as well. Being prepared for college career fair day means doing research on the various companies who will be represented there, and finding out everything you can about what they do, the industry they operate in, what their business is, their profit margins, expected revenues for the year, and everything other piece of information you can lay your hands on.

The most important effect of all this research will be that you know each and every company coming to your career fair inside and out. This will help you narrow down the list of companies that you might be interested in and that might be interested in you. These companies should have some relation to your course of study, and also to your own personal interests. It is only when this criteria is fulfilled do you stand the best chance of making a lasting impression on recruiters.

College recruiting is always a messy business, and often, you will not have nearly as much time as you might want when talking to a recruiter. This is another reason why you have to be prepared. You should prepare a list of intelligent questions beforehand, that will show that you are intelligent and not seem as if you are merely sucking up to the recruiter.

Another excellent tip to follow is to have copies of your resume prepared for companies that are performing college recruiting. This way, instead of having to tell a recruiter your qualifications, you can simply give it to them on paper. Each copy of your resume should also include your contact information, just in case a particular college recruiting company wishes to invite you to apply for an internship or perhaps even a job opening.

And the last thing to remember when facing the college recruiting bonanza is to stay calm and relaxed. The moment you become flustered or nervous, you will lose your focus and recruiters will be able to tell immediately that even a simple college recruiting fair can make you anxious.