by Bill Manci
FORT COLLINS, CO — Fish farming is like no other form of agriculture.
By law across much of the US, freshwater aquaculture falls under the same umbrella as dirt farming and ranching.
But the aquaculture environment could not be more different than all terrestrial forms of agriculture.
When do corn farmers ever worry about oxygen concentrations around their plants?
When do ranchers ponder carbon dioxide levels around their cattle or sheep? Never.
Read the rest and much, much more in Issue 3, 2012 of Fish Farming News. Download now for immediate access and keep the .pdf for future reference.