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Use the Comments space below to post want ads for aquaponics equipment you are looking for or want to sell.  This is not intended to be a place for commercial businesses to advertise, but rather a kind of Craig's list for finding, and off loading, used or extra equipment.

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Comment by Mary Hundley on December 11, 2012 at 8:02am

It will be tomorrow, but gladly will...  THANKS

Comment by john tramell on December 10, 2012 at 7:32pm

mary can you list any pic. of fish tanks and grow beds and greenhouse thanks JOHN

Comment by Mary Hundley on December 10, 2012 at 1:41pm

Joe - I have about $20K invested and am letting it go in for about $7,000.  As far as parting it out, what are you interested in?

Comment by Joe Johnson on December 10, 2012 at 1:22pm

Hello Mary,

              What is your price for all and also will you sell things seperately? Thanks, Joe

Comment by Mary Hundley on December 10, 2012 at 9:03am

Large commercial greenhouse with aquaponics set up - 30X100 with new cover and older shade cover, tanks, fish (blue nile tilapia), exahust fans, grow beds, waterproof lighing and cirulation fans, plumbing, etc....  Relocating to smaller property and cannot take with me.  You will have to disassemble and arrange shipping yourself.  Located in Hertford NC - near Elizabeth City.

 

Comment by coty on December 9, 2012 at 6:54pm
Anybody know where a good place to get some edible fingerlins near albuquerque new mexico?
Comment by Mark Sylvain on December 2, 2012 at 6:08pm

Northeast Florida free hottubs for tanks.  I have 2 that I found for expansion of my system but might be moving soon.  I have one in use right now that might be available in the future. One 2 person/deep(4x6) and a 4 person 6x6. Location is Middleburg FL

Comment by Anselmo Torres on December 2, 2012 at 2:07pm

does any have some mossambique fingerlings I can buy of them??? I can pick them up

Comment by Chris Carr on December 1, 2012 at 10:14pm

Anselmo, contact Jon Parr from this forum for his current fingerling availability. http://www.fishnetaquaponics.com/

Comment by Anselmo Torres on December 1, 2012 at 9:23pm

were can I buy bluegill,tilapia mossambique,and some carp fingerlings??

Comment by Irvin Carrero on November 30, 2012 at 12:38pm

I interested in buying used or inexpensive aquaponic equipment. My greatest challenge is shipping because I live In PR. I also run a spanish speaking aquaponics network and I could help you translate what your selling to spanish because I'm bilingual. If you understand spanish or feel you can take on the challenge of posting an add yourself  then here is the link http://acuaponia.tv/page/clasificados 

Comment by TCLynx on November 26, 2012 at 9:33pm

Interested in bullet proof fish for cycling up a new system?

Let me put forward the option of using Mosquito fish instead of "cheap feeder goldfish".

I've been running a small aquarium/demo system for a short time now (just over 2 weeks) and I have moved the system a few times and even left the whole thing (fish included) in the trunk of my car overnight before going to set up for one demo/talk.  The little mosquito fish have survived the moves very well and the system is still cycling up.  The fish have survived a high ammonia spike in the high pH hard well water I filled the system with.  They are currently surviving a high nitrite spike with no salt or water changes so far.

I can recommend them as a good option for system start up if you are worried that you might tend to kill fish.

Only drawback, you have to keep from sucking the little things through the pump or letting them swim into the plumbing.  I currently have shade cloth wrapped around the drain on their aquarium since the net pot isn't sufficient to keep the tiny ones from going into the grow bed.

If you are interested, I'll see if I can get some breather bags for shipping them.  Otherwise, they are easy enough to transport if you are local enough to come visit.

Contact me to discuss quantity and price.

Comment by Nathan William on November 26, 2012 at 1:06pm

For anyone in the Orlando / Central Florida Area, I have Blue Tilapia broodstock available (5" and higher). The prices is currently at $5 a fish. This is a great value since the broodstock are already mature enough to start reproducing and multiplying. I am also able to provide sexed out breeding colonies with males and females paired. Please let me know if you are interested or have any questions.

Comment by john tramell on November 17, 2012 at 9:01pm

Bill have you looked at the group about heaters on this site

Comment by shamimul islam on November 17, 2012 at 8:22pm

Looking for feed in RAS tilpia and glass eel? any one have ?

Comment by Kim Lavallee on November 17, 2012 at 12:03pm

Bill,

The store (on this site) sells fish sweaters as well.

Comment by Bill Boothe on November 17, 2012 at 11:48am

Hi All..      . I am located in central PA. and my fish are freezing....any good ideas for a heater system...the aquarium heaters just do not work well....and are costly to run constantly....Also any breeding tips to help me should the tilapia be seperated..how do you tell females from males..THANKS

Comment by Joshua Vaughan on November 12, 2012 at 6:10pm

Vlad & Chris, Thanks, will contact.

Comment by Chris Carr on November 12, 2012 at 5:59pm

@Joshua, I agree with Vlad. You should contact Jon who breeds them in the bay area at http://www.fishnetaquaponics.com/fish.html He can tell you when they are available if they are not already. I believe he has had good success with shipping too if he is currently out of stock.

Comment by Vlad Jovanovic on November 12, 2012 at 3:40pm

@Matthew Ferrell. I'll take some trout fingerlings...

If you can ship to Serbia  (Smiley inserted with no particular problems)   (Yes, that was a reference to Nogas book, and no I'm not being a dick...just my way of saying "how's it hangin' buddy). Hope all is well.

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