Who we are?
ARTKOM Feed Industry, Inc. is a partnership owned Artemia cysts supplier which have been harvesting, processing and marketing Artemia cysts for aquaculture since 2001. Our principle has been in understanding the expectations and product requirements of our customers, then working diligently to fulfil these needs..
We associate with our customers to achieve their production objectives and boost their success of aquaculture. We offer customized product solutions, industry knowledge and aquaculture expertise from more than 20 years of experience in field.
We have a full production cycle including numerous analysis to ensure the quality of dried artemia cysts. The quality control system is coupled with the production technology of Artemia cysts, which ensured meeting of the goods quality requirements for export. The main objective of modernization was to maintain the export-quality of products and strengthen the company in international markets as a reliable supplier..
Artemia (Brine Shrimp Eggs)
Artemia is a genus of aquatic crustaceans also known as brine shrimp. The ability of the Artemia to produce dormant eggs, known as cysts, has led to extensive use of Artemia in aquaculture. The cysts may be stored indefinitely and hatched on demand to provide a convenient form of live feed for larval fish and crustaceans. Whitebait of Artemia is an excellent feed for juveniles of fish and shrimp which ensures the survival of juveniles in the first days of life. As a live feed product, Artemia nauplii offer a strong nutritional profile, high in fats, lipids and protein, ranging from 55% to 60% protein by dry weight.
They have a high content of carotenoid pigments, EPA and vitamin B12. These nutritional qualities are crucial to the growth and survival of fish and shrimp larvae. They can be enriched with other feeds or additives, a process often referred to as "bio- encapsulation" in order to deliver HUFAs, antibiotics, or other nutrients to the target species. Artemia cysts can be stored for long periods without losing viability.
How to Hatch?
Hatching Artemia Cyst
Hatch out: 80 - 90% Nauplii/gram: 210.000 - 240.000 Cyst size: 200 - 300 micron
Moisture: 10% Crude Protein: 55% Crude Fat: 15% Crude Ash: 8% Phosphorus: 1.5% Sodium Chloride: 1% Calcium: 1%
Decapsulated Artemia Cysts
Moisture: 3,3% Crude Protein: 50,21% Crude Fat: 16,5% Crude Ash: 5,4% Phosphorus: 4,87% Sodium Chloride: 0,08% Calcium: 0,74%
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