The lack of available water for fish farms has forced global aquaculture to develop advanced technologies for intensive fish cultivation using highly controlled systems requiring a minimum amount of water. These farming methods emphasize creating the appropriate water quality for raising fish, constantly controlling and maintaining that water quality, and feeding the appropriate type feed at an efficient level to provide an economic FCR (Feed- Conversion Ratio).
A.R. and its panel of experts have raised fish in intensive systems using the most up-to-date, cost-effective and efficient methods. In order to be both profitable and ecologically responsible, these systems have to be managed at the highest professional levels.
A.R. experts have a lot of knowledge and experience in raising fish in semi-enclosed systems in which additional fresh or brackish water is added to the system or as an alternative the use of a satellite pool as part of the water purification system. This type of system allows controling of fish breeding and maintains high water quality in the system.