February 09, 2017

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Laydauntkan hatchery set to produce 100,000 fingerlings under 100-day plan

Fish are caught to be bred at Laydauntkan farm in Yangon on 11 May.
Fish are caught to be bred at Laydauntkan farm in Yangon on 11 May.

A FISH hatchery at Laydauntkan in Yangon Region is set to produce over 100,000 fingerlings under its 100-day plan, said U Ye Tun Naing, person in-charge of the hatchery yesterday.
Technology will improve fish hatchery production in order to exceed the fingerling stock of previous years at the hatchery, he added.
That hatchery, which produced more than 38.5 million fingerlings last year, set a target of production of over 40 million fingerlings this year. It has 49 hatchery ponds in an area of 60 acres.
According to the hatchery, fish farms in Yangon and Ayeyawady Regions are its regular customers. Fingerlings have also been delivered to townships in Sagaing and Taninthayi Regions and Rakhine State.

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