For the most part I see just an average Asian betta farm. The rat and dead fish aren't acceptable. The fish is in a spawning bowl (Thai method breeding) so she may have been killed by the male. The rat... IDK.
Sometimes fish need to be out of water to get a better view of their fins.
The large amount of fish in the small containers could be going to grow out. If I can't fit my spawn tub in the grow out I cram 20-30 juveniles in a betta cup and float them in the grow out for a few hours. However those fish appear to have rot/malnutrition issues.
So I really only have complaints about those pictures with the rat and dead fish and possibly sick juveniles.
The fish with barely any water could be getting a water change since with young bettas you need to remove a lot of water to keep stunting hormones under control.
Betta breeders in Asia are much different than how we are here their fish are of OK quality but their crowntails are nice.
Again I have no idea who they are and probably will never buy from them.
Who am I? Well I am a Junior Member of the International Betta Congress and a breeder of white HMPKs, red dragon HMPKs, black/red dragon HMPKs, metallic multi HMPKs, blue masked HMPKs, and now multi color HMs. Soon to add black HMs. I will be showing in New Breeder class in fall of 2012.
Last edited by MrVampire181; 03-29-2012 at 01:30 PM.