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Issue 1 2011

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Keo Fish Farm: Surviving, then thriving, because they’re good at what they do
by Brian D. Robbins KEO, AR – This is a story about true grit. Not True Grit, mind you – there are no one-eyed marshals, fierce shoot-outs with gangs of ruthless outlaws, or horses, even. (Although there are a few cows – we’ll get to them ...

Can mussels keep finfish healthier?
FISH HEALTH NOTES by Rod Getchell Mussels may alter salmon farm disease dynamics PLYMOUTH, MA – During the 2010 Northeast Aquaculture Conference & Exposition (NACE) held Dec. 1-3 here in Plymouth, researchers from the University of Maine ...

Globalization could benefit US farmers
Aquaculture Perspectives - As the rest of the world “catches up,”  US aquaculture will flourish Back in 2004, I wrote a column about outsourcing and the fact that more and more of our fish were coming from overseas. Our economy was relativ...

Quality people, custom fabrication keys to success for Wisconsin Flowgate and Culvert
Fish Farming Business Profile WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WI – If you have a fish pond there’s a good chance you have already done business with Wisconsin Flowgate – if you haven’t yet, you probably will. This family-owned business, situated in r...

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