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Breeding cancers at home brings a stable income, which is provided by stable demand. The competition in this business is weak. Large fish farms do not want to deal with crustaceans closely, since at the initial stage, the payback does not give the desired profit with large investment volumes. It is quite difficult to sell large batches in a short time: the most tender cancer meat is an expensive product that can be offered to a limited circle of customers.
Consider two ways to organize a business on crayfish. The first is conventionally called “home production.” The second method involves breeding in conditions close to natural. Continue reading