fish farm contacts

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  1. scubaninja

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    hi guys. i'm lookin for contacts that do aquaculture, farming any sort of fish or mollusc in SA. if you know of any company names either. lookin to find information on what kinds of demands there are and job opportunities etc. i'm just doin research on a possible career choice. if you have any contacts please pm me
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    shot man. had some nice hassles trying to get hold of people :p trying to organise will ushaka a bit, try and go have a look at what i couldnt before, but it looks as though i wont be allowed in those areas :(
     
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    I know Rhodes university was doing some aquaculture, no sure of who to contact though.
     
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    I have already been in contact with them :) i can only do aquaculture with them after three years once i complete an Ichthyology degree and go for honours so thinkin of passing on that :) no ways am i waiting three years to start doing what i want;)
     
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    good luck bud
     
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    There was an abalone farm in PE called Marine Growers, not sure if they still exist, they used to be where the new coega harbour is, try 041 461 9055.
     
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    shot guys
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    dunno. just want to find stuff out. but fish farming sounds nice
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    thats what i told my wife about starting with marines:lol:
     
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    hahaha yeah :) i'm leaning towards just taking one of the courses on the link and then just continuing with what i was first doing anyway :)
     
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    hehe
     
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    Speak to I&J, one of the biggest farmers around
     
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    Did you come right scuba
     
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    Frans - he is on holiday at the moment..... I think he went to Zim again
     
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    at least no one can say he's a "cheapskate"...;)
     
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    thanks for having my back JB ;)

    FransSny stuff is quite expensive over here so the rand might not go as far you think with the US dollar;) came right with the investigation though
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