Farming Freshwater Fish: Tilapia, Catfish, Trout: Small-Scale Sustainable Aquaculture Systems by James Webb, Craig Hollingsworth, Andy Danylchuck


Farming Freshwater Fish shows you exactly how to build, manage, and maintain a small-scale, energy-efficient recirculating aquaculture system to raise tilapia, catfish, and trout. It explains why these three species are most appropriate for sustainable aquaculture and describes the nature and needs of the fish, with in-depth instruction on setting up your system, acquiring fry, managing both the fish and the system, preventing and treating disease, and much more. You’ll learn how to choose the best fish and system for your circumstances, depending on where you live, your access to private waterways, and your state’s regulations. Whether you’re looking for a steady supply of fresh fish for a restaurant, an economical and healthy source of protein for your family, or a way to bring in extra income, this book shows how easy it is to sustainably farm freshwater fish.

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