Cygnus Ocean Farms
Mexico City - Sonora
Using technology and science, we develop and promote the research, conservation, repopulation, and sustainable commercialization of the endemic Mexican marine species which are protected by law under the category of endangered species such as the Totoaba.
Our main objectives are:
With cutting edge technology from Norway we are able to do aquaculture activity in a safely and responsible way in laboratory and field.
We promote research in order to evaluate the biological performance of the totoaba in floating cages thus establishing the optimum operational management for their farming. We also encourage research on the Totoaba’s diet in order to optimize efficiency in production.
Fish of high nutritional value will be marketed both in the domestic and international markets.
Positive impact on the economy of the region
We seek to favorably impact the economy of the Gulf Region through the creation of permanent and well-paying jobs for the local population.
Reproduction, breeding and repopulation
One of our main objectives is to reproduce and breed species of high quality in a sustainable way and repopulating the species in the Gulf of California.
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OPERATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY
In June 2016, Cygnus Ocean Farms began operations to manage and promote the reproduction, breeding, marketing and repopulation of resources of great ecological importance such as the totoaba, which is an endangered species. Cygnus Ocean Farms operates under the full regulations of the law and consists of a dedicated team of biologists, scientists, engineers and researchers, among others.
Cygnus Ocean Farms knows the challenges that aquaculture faces today and this is why the company seeks to develop its activities in laboratory and field in a responsible and sustainable way.
The hatcheries are located in strategic points near San Carlos and Sonora.
Breeding of Totoaba Macdonaldi in floating cages