Beluga Farm0 Reviews
Our sturgeon farm is located in the Astrakhan region, in the lower reaches of the Volga river. These places are unique for their unspoilt nature and cleanliness, and the fact that historically sturgeon species lived here.
Our farm, without a doubt, can be considered exemplary among sturgeon cage culture farms not only in Russia, but all over the world. Growing our fish, we do not violate the natural biology of the species; we do not stimulate the natural processes with hormones or temperature. Our cages are located in the Volga flowing water, and the fish diet includes sprat and Caspian herring – that is what sturgeons eat in the wild. Talking about the scale of our farm in numbers, the area of our cages is more than 2 hectares, and the total weight of fish is more than 350 tons (in the numerical equivalent it is more than a hundred thousand individuals.