RDM Aquaculture LLC RDM Aquaculture LLC  

RDM Aquaculture LLC: Serving Fowler  since 2010.


RDM Shrimp are locally grown in Benton County Indiana. RDM Shrimp is delivered fresh and never frozen.  RDM Shrimp are the best tasting saltwater shrimp you will ever taste.  When you buy our shrimp we can guarantee you a healthy, fresh product with no HORMONES OR ANTIBIOTICS. You will know where your shrimp come from. They are a great alternative to imported shrimp.  


RDM Shrimp

RDM Shrimp farms uses a zero exchange aerobic heterotrophic system  (ZEAH).     We begin by running our water through several filters to take out unwanted bacteria, algae, and viruses.  After we initially fill our growing tanks we do nothing to the water. This system makes the water as close to their natural habitat minus all the pollutants. We add no hormones, chemicals or antibiotics to our shrimp. We have been using the same water for the last 4 1/2 years.  We do not throw our saltwater down the drain like many other aquaculture systems do. 


We get about 250,000 pl (post larvel) from a SPF (specific pathogen free) hatchery in Florida when they are about 11 days old every  month. When we receive them, we acclimate them to our water's temp, Dissolved Oxygen, and PH. They stay in their nursery tanks for 28 days then are moved into their intermediate tanks. While in the nursery tanks their water quality is tested every day along with being fed a high protein diet from Ziegler. For 3 1/2 years we have continuously produced a 90% survival rate from the nursery. 


After 28 days we move the PLs (post larval) to an intermediate tank where they stay for three weeks then we sell 70%  of the pls to other shrimp farmers.  This jump starts this system and takes two months off their growing cycle.  We call it a feeder shrimp.   We have continuously produced a 90% survival rate from the intermediate tanks. After 28 days we move them from their intermediat tanks either to other shrimp farms or own grow out tanks.


In our grow out tanks our water is over 4 years old and we are producing 80% -90% survival rates in these tanks.  It isnt easy.  It is a lot of testing and attention to detail.  We are no longer shrimp farmers we are guardians of the water.  As long as our water does  what it is suppose to our shrimp do great.



We have helped set up 14 farms in the last  two years.  We have also partnered up with Marvesta on a couple of deals and very excited to be working with Marvesta.  By working with Marvesta we are trying to better the production of shrimp to where we can get an 96% survival rate.


I also have a goal to make Indiana the "Shrimp Capital" of the world.   I do not see why we can not compete with the imported shrimp.  Our product is superior to what is being imported into this country. Our shrimp have a much cleaner taste and much better texture.   

We have shrimp available all year long.  Just stop by for a visit and we will dip you the cleanest, freshest shrimp you will taste for at least 600 miles.   We sell them live so we can guarantee you a very fresh product.  The best part of our shrimp, no prep work in preparing to cook them.  The head adds wonderful flavor to your shrimp. Can your grocery store do that?? Plus you know where your shrimp are coming from. 

Sept. Class full

Shrimp Farming Classes

Our next class will be Saturday Sept 20, 2014.  It will be from 1 -4. Cost is $100.00 per person.


The class will have shrimp farmers now to talk about how they got started and why?  We will also have a financial expert to talk about the tools that you need in order to get into shrimp farming.   The class will also go over some of the marketing aspects of how to get rid of your shrimp. 

After the class we will give you a tour of the facility.   Please call and save your seat.  Seating is limited. 


Shrimp Prices

Due to all the Graduations and almost summer parties our shrimp are the 35-40 count.    We appreciate your business.  Thank you for your continue support. 


Bait shrimp (frozen dead shrimp) $3.00 half pound


Shrimp Movie


 You need to check out the trailer for a movie called Raising Shrimp made by a company called Fishnavy.com.  It tells the story of how shrimp is raised in our country along with other countries and what the shrimp is we are eating.   If you go to this web site http://www.fishnavy.com/film/raising-shrimp/ you can see the trailer.  It might be playing somewhere near you. 


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