Tilapia Breeding and Farming and Aquaculture Fish Farming Webinar

Tilapia Breeding and Fry Care Webinar September 5th at 7:00pm

Want to grow in your Tilapia Breeding Skills? On September 5, 2013 at 7:00 pm Central (USA) Aquaponics and Earth is hosting our live Tilapia Breeding training webinar


 Tilapia Farming and Aquaculture  Fish Farming Webinar

Tilapia Breeding & Fry Care for:  Fun, Food, Fertilizer and Profit! By John Musser


This exclusive and comprehensive training is one of a kind. It includes more on the details on:


  • Choosing the right location
  • Setting up your brood, nursery and grow out tanks
  • Selecting quality brood stock
  • Fry Care
  • Sexing tilapia
  • * Our Secret Tilapia Food Recipe we have used for years that will accelerate your fry’s growth safely and organically! This process alone is worth the cost of the webinar as it will produce a superior brood stock and set your Tilapia’s growth speeds to reach maturity faster.
  • We are also offering the webinar digitally for download, so you’ll be able to reference it at any time in the future.

This will all be for in introductory of $99, after this it goes to $199. Even at $199 it’s a steal. You can make this back from your first sale of brood stock!


Learning to properly breed Tilapia at home or for commercial use can be very confusing. But if you are ready to learn, commit to learning from an expert!  We at Aquaponics and Earth Sustainable Living have prepared the opportunity of a lifetime for you.


I used to offer just my fry care training for $325 and tilapia breeding at $500 per person. With this webinar you get $825 worth of training for an introductory cost of $99. Since you’ve come this far, you’ll definitely want to get in on this training while you can. You’ll want to join us for our upcoming webinar because it is going to be packed with information to get you started right away.


Register Now at  http://bit.ly/TilapiaWebinarInfo


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