HOW DO I ORDER SEED?
Please download a seed order form by pressing this link or the big "2020 Seed Order Form yellow button" and fill it out and mail to us a paper copy of your seed order form with your deposit check. We accept deposits in the form of checks. We prioritize and fulfill seed orders with deposits first, and get to seed orders without deposits only after fulfilling all orders that have a deposit. Please make sure that all of your contact information is correct on the seed order form.
Please send deposits and order forms in a timely manner:
-Deposits for Spring Season (Feb 15 to July 4) are due by January 30th.
-Deposits for Fall Season (Sept 1 to Jan 1) are due by July 15th.
Please mail your check and order form to: Seaventure Clam Co., 5600 US 1 North, Fort Pierce, FL 34946.
HOW DO I SCHEDULE DELIVERY?
You will be asked on the order form for your preferred delivery date. As this delivery date given on your order form approaches you should be in contact with us at the hatchery. In many cases, we will notify you 2 weeks to a 1 month before your seed shall be ready, however, if you do not hear from us and you are ready, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We understand the inconsistent nature of weather, and try to work with our seed customers so they are able to take proper care of the clams when they arrive.
HOW DO YOU SHIP THE SEED?
Except for customers close enough to pick up their seed at the hatchery or customers that are serviced by our weekly delivery route to Cedar Key, we ship our seed using FedEx overnight. The clams are wrapped in drain sleeve to hold them all together and we drain them as much as possible to get rid of excess moisture. We carefully pack the seed in a cooler, and so that it does not come into contact with the gel packs which are on the bottom of the insulated shipping container.
DO I NEED A PATHOLOGY REPORT?
If you are ordering seed from outside of the state of Florida it is required to have proof of health on the animals. Seaventure Clam Co. will run a pathology report on its animals before shipping to ensure we are complying with state importation laws. We take on the costs associated with running a pathology report and typically use our contacts at Harbor Branch to run pathology.
MEET THE TEAM
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We use 100% Florida broodstock to produce the highest quality mercenaria mercenaria clam seed. We sell both hatchery and nursery seed.
You supply your own northern broodstock and we will do a custom spawn for you.
Coming soon in 2022!
We will be expanding our operation to include eastern oyster seed in 2022. Stay tuned, and feel free to reach out with any questions until then.
Richard has 32 years experience in the aquaculture field, and his research forms the basis of much of the technology we use today for shellfish farming. He is dedicated to advancing the industry forward.
Jamie is an innovator in the biotech field, and has a degree in Marine Biology. He is committed to making shellfish aquaculture crucial to the food industry.
Nicolette lives, breathes, and also eats shellfish. She has over 10 years of experience within the aquaculture field and has worked with multiple species including hard clams and oysters.
Beth is our financial adisor. She helps in providing business planning advice and financial forecasting.
Hatchery Manager, Co-Founder
Tori has her Bachelors in Marine Science, and has 3 years experience in the aquaculture field. She has been with us from day one, and focuses on micro algae cultivation, and managing the hatchery team. Follow Victoria on instagram @ms.mercenaria.
Sales & Marketing Manager
Carolina's expertise lies in sales and marketing. She decided to move from a career in software and technology into aquaculture to be apart of a sustainable company focusing on tangible issues. Her focus is establishing customer relationships, and educating consumers on the benefits of shellfish.
Ryan 's passion for aquaculture brought him to Florida three years ago. He works closely with Tori to keep our clams happy, and is committed to quality and consistency.
Mark is a clean water innovator. He founded BioFilter Systems, whose core focus is to make the world’s wastewater crisis a non-issue through filter technology. He has filed 6 aquaculture specific patents to date.