History of the Fry Factory
Meet Don Booth
Don Booth is an expert in Fish Egg Incubator/Tumbler whose accomplishments include:
- Studied Aquaculture at UCQ
- Cichlid breeding for 42 years
- I have been tumbling eggs for 38 years
- Worked in the field of aquaculture in 18 years for both private and government organisations
- Owned and operated 260 tank retail aquarium for 17 years
Awards, Titles, and Designations:
- 40 years breeding and selling tropical fish
- Now selling in USA, Germany, Canada, Britain and Australia
- Worked on breeding and raising of African (including C. frontosa and Trophues), American (including Discus and Geos ), Asia Cichlids, many other types of Tropical fish and Crustaceans
- Bred and raised Marine Clownfish
- Farmed Barramundi, Marine Lobsters Freshwater Crayfish, Tiger Prawns and Freshwater Prawns
- Built own 12 metre by 9 metre fully filtered and temperature controlled fish room
- Revitalised and grow a failed Retail Aquarium Business into a large, popular store with a customer base of many thousands
- Worked in the Construction, Farming and Maintained of two Aquaculture Farms
- Renovated, Constructed and Managed University, Marine and Freshwater Research Facilities. Advising and assisting all researchers using the facilities on the husbandry of the aquatic life forms they were working on
- Constructed and Maintained Government Marine Research, Facilities. Assisted with scientific research of marine life forms
Most of what you need is instruction and encouragement from someone who has “been there and done that!” with how to greatly increase fish production.
And as you can see, Fish Egg Incubator/Tumbler inventor, Don Booth is uniquely qualified to help you understand everything you need to know about the product quicker and easier to set up than all others. The product is automatic, no requirement for input by user. The product has no lids for ease of use. The product can hold at least double the number eggs, than any other on the market.!
The first prototype was constructed in 1995. It was constructed from a car windscreen wiper motor and switch. The 12-volt power supply for the first prototype was the size of a large shoe box. It was tested over a 2-year period and found to work very well but for a number of reasons the device was then shelved until late 2014.
The incubator was patented in Australia in 2015 and was later patented in numerous countries around the world. Between 2014 and mid 2017 five different prototypes were tested.
Fry Factory Today
The prototypes were tested for optional component design and for maximum possible fry production, from fertile eggs. In February 2018 the finished product was launched onto the market in Australia.