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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach has released a pair of publications designed to provide information and guidance for anyone thinking of constructing his or her own aquaponics system.
All types of farmers depend on strong leaders, and that is especially true for aquaculture, as fish producers emerge and compete in today’s marketplace.
Fish processors and farmers who are involved with any part of fish processing need to be aware of food safety requirements for their industry.
Fish producers need to consider their impact on the larger ecosystem, making sure their operation is doing its part to limit the spread of aquatic invasive species.
Aquaculture producers looking for a new opportunity may want to consider the benefits of raising walleye. Learn more in a newly released technical bulletin called “Production of Walleye as Potential Food Fish.”
Aquaculture producers and those interested in the industry should plan to attend the North Central Aquaculture Conference Feb. 1-2 in Columbus, Ohio.
Pond owners and managers should assess their fish numbers and vegetative situation before spring arrives, according to an aquaculture specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.