Artemia (Sanders Red ) 85%+
produced exclusively from Great Salt Lake has been a cornerstone of the aquaculture industry for more than 40 years. Many of the aquaculture industry’s leading hatcheries depend upon Great Salt Lake artemia for feed during the early life stages of fish and shrimp.
Brine shrimp cysts produced by Great Salt Lake Artemia are world-renown for their dependable and consistent hatch rates, their excellent nutrition profiles, and their strong survival rates for fish and shrimp larvae.
Our supplier Brine Shrimp Co. (Mackay Marine), has machinery and a fleet of boats equipped with the highest technology to ensure the quality of brine shrimp harvested in the Great Salt Lake of Utah, U.S.A.
The harvest of Artemia cysts of the Great Salt Lake begins in October and ends in January. After being harvested daily, the cysts are immediately pre-washed, categorized and placed in inventories according to their hatching percentage, which is verified through three methods.
Features and benefits
Greater nutritional value.
Size of the smallest nauplius.
It can be used hydrated and / or decapsulated, according to your convenience.
- Crude protein (minimum) 55%
- Crude fat (minimum) 14%
- Ash (maximum) 8%
- Moisture (maximum) 6%
- 100% Artemia cysts of the Great Salt Lake in Utah.