Changhua is ranked as one of the top three major clam production areas. Ha Ha Fish Farm, located in the Hanbao Professional Breeding Area and Douyuan Leisure Farming Area, is famous for clam breeding. It also breeds fish and shrimps such as whiteleg shrimps, milkfish, and silver sea breams, etc……
Changhua is ranked as one of the top three major clam production areas. Ha Ha Fish Farm, located in the Hanbao Professional Breeding Area and Douyuan Leisure Farming Area, is famous for clam breeding. It also breeds fish and shrimps such as whiteleg shrimps, milkfish, and silver sea breams, etc. The owner Chen Ming-lao emphasizes that because the fish are bred in sea water, the fish farm is a pleasant ecological environment. The main reason why the shells, fish, shrimps are plump and healthy is also because of its diverse and stable food chain.
Besides fish breeding, Ha Ha Fish Farm is opened to visitors. Under Chen Ming-lao’s exquisite planning, you can not only dig for clams in water, but also join other featured activities such as “beach seining,” “collecting shrimp with trap cages,” etc. Through hands-on practice, visitors can actually understand how a fisherman works and how to use different kinds of fishing tools. In addition, under Chen Ming-lao’s kind and lively guidance and introduction, visitors can gain an understanding of the local estuary ecosystem in a joyful and relaxing atmosphere and enjoy fresh fish soup on the spot as well as buy fresh shrimps and other fish farm specialties. Visitors can happily live as a fisherman for one day.
The fish ponds in the fishery adopt organic polyculture methods, including fish, shrimp, clams, oysters, etc. There are many types, and each has its own breeding skills. For example, milkfish are specially fed on toast, white shrimp and yellow sea bream are cultivated at low density, and clams even need to fight with nature for 12 to 18 months before they can harvest. It is also because of the emphasis on “organic” that the fish farm does not use drugs, but uses polyculture of “working fish” to eat snails and green algae, and also polyculture of “working shrimp” to eat residual bait and carry out natural soil loosening ,Make it easier for organic matter to be converted into algae nutrients-so laborious and laborious, the purpose is to produce the most natural and least harmful farmed seafood.
No. 34-2, Ln. 535, Han Sec. 1, Fanghan Rd., Fangyuan Township, Changhua County 528 , Taiwan (R.O.C.)
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