Category Archives: freshwater fin fish

trout farming

According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA) Washington, D.C., from information released in February, 2006, the total value of all sales, both fish and eggs, received by trout growers in the 20 selected States totaled 74.2 million dollars during … Continue reading

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Cold Water Fisheries in the Trans-Himalayan Countries

T. Petr and D.B. Swar have edited and published, at the FAO, a report (2002) entitled Cold Water Fisheries in the Trans-Himalayan Countries. The abstract: The trans-Himalayan region encompasses a number of countries situated in the midland and highland areas … Continue reading

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Rice–Fish Culture in China

Raising fish in rice paddies brings to farmers in Asia an important source of protein, as well as extra income. Rice–Fish Culture in China is an important addition to the English language literature in this area. Along with biological and … Continue reading

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Tilapia Farm Business Management and Economics

After shrimp and salmon, tilapia is the third most imported aquaculture product (by weight – over 56,000 tons in 2001) into the United States, according to fishfarming.com. Carole R. Engle and Ivano Neira from the Aquaculture/Fisheries Center at the University … Continue reading

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Spawning Tinfoil Barbs (Barbodes schwanenfeldi) in Hawaii

Richard Bailey and Brian Cole (Aquaculture Extension Agents, Sea Grant Extension Service, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawaii) have published a report documenting techniques for spawning the tinfoil barb. The report is available as a … Continue reading

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