About Dickem Farms
Dickem Farms is the largest fish farm in Nigeria that deals mainly in the production of aquaculture products such as fish feed, machines for fish feed production, fish meal, herbal fish supplements, collapsible mobile fish ponds and water purifiers.
Our Vision is to improve the productivity and lives of everyone involved in fish farming.
At Dickem Aquatech, we strive to make catfish a major export commodity in Nigeria by 2020 and also increase the number of people producing fish and its feed through fish farming training.
We plan to attain this vision by exploring and introducing innovative products and services that promote the lives of fish farmers and develops manpower through the acquisition of required skills and related enrichment programs.
Our Core Values
As an organization, we understand that we exist to serve and satisfy our customers. In other to attain this, we strive to build an open and honest relationship with our customers.
As an organization, we work together to deliver the best products and services to our valuable customers. To achieve this, we demonstrate teamwork, respect, and meritocracy.
We are passionate and committed about everything we do; Committed to our values; to our vision and to customer satisfaction.
We thrive on being leaders in our business, markets, and communities. To drive this we focus on continuous improvement, partnership, and professionalism.
What We Offer
Floating fish feed varying in different sizes
Collapsible mobile fish ponds that vary in different sizes
Machines that produce fish feed such as:
The Extruder machine that enables the feed pellets to float on water.
The Hot Mixer Machine that mixes the raw materials for extrusion.
Hammermill- This grinds the raw materials into a powdery form.
Coater machine that sprays the fish oil on pellets.
Dickem Water Purifiers, which are the Reverse osmosis and Ultrafiltration purifying machines that give you purity of 99.5%. The UF can purify 1000-4000 liters of water per hour. The reverse osmosis purifies water of 500 liters per day.