Element of CIPARAY for Fish Farming Planning and Research
1. Satya Arinanto, University of Indonesia,, Indonesia, Student, Indonesia
The koi carp (Cyprinus carpio), sometimes known as the Japanese carp, is a popular decorative fish in Indonesia. Learning what and how much to feed koi carp is only one of many skills necessary for keeping these fish healthy and happy. With this study, we want to learn more about the feeding management practises used by BBI Ciparay, a koi carp broodstock facility in the Bandung Area of West Java, Indonesia. Field Practise took place at the Fish Seed Institute (BBI) in Ciparay, in the Jakarta Province of West Java, beginning on June 27 and ending the following July 27. Direct observation was an integral part of the producing strategy used during Field Professional Practice. This led to the collection of both primary and secondary information. The information was collected via careful observation, in-depth interviews, and a review of the related literature. When raising koi fish, BBI Ciparay follows a three-step feeding process. The egg yolk is given to the larvae after they reach the fourth day of their life. Now the first phase may begin. In the second phase, between long weeks 5 and 9, the larvae are fed synthetic Feng-Li FL 0 crumbles fertiliser. To enter this phase, the feed size must be smaller than 0.7 mm. After this, the seeds are fed Bintang 777-3, a synthetic sinks feed, in two different sizes (3 mm and 5 mm). After 11–19 days of germination, this process begins. The development of koi carp begins with a diet rich in protein and carbohydrates, but it is supplemented with MAX C+, a type of vitamin C.
The procedure of feeding the baby fish at BBI Ciparay's koi fish farm was conducted in three phases. The first step involves feeding the 4-day-old larvae the egg white from a hard-boiled egg. As soon as the beetles reach their second stage, between the ages of five and Nine days, they are given an artificial meal called Feng-Li. After 10-18 days of germination, the seeds are fed a soluble artificial meal in the third stage.
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I thank the following individuals for their expertise and assistance in all aspects of our study and for their help in writing the manuscript. I am also grateful for the insightful comments given by anonymous peer reviewers. Everyone's generosity and expertise have improved this study in myriad ways and saved me from many errors.
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Arinanto, Satya. “Element of CIPARAY for Fish Farming Planning and Research.” Scientific Research Journal of Agriculture & Veterinary Science, vol. 1, no. 1, 2022, pp. 18-25, https://isrdo.org/journal/SRJAV/currentissue/element-of-ciparay-for-fish-farming-planning-and-research
Arinanto, S. (2022). Element of CIPARAY for Fish Farming Planning and Research. Scientific Research Journal of Agriculture & Veterinary Science, 1(1), 18-25. https://isrdo.org/journal/SRJAV/currentissue/element-of-ciparay-for-fish-farming-planning-and-research
Arinanto Satya, Element of CIPARAY for Fish Farming Planning and Research, Scientific Research Journal of Agriculture & Veterinary Science 1, no. 1(2022): 18-25, https://isrdo.org/journal/SRJAV/currentissue/element-of-ciparay-for-fish-farming-planning-and-research