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Can aquaculture be competitive in northern states?

, : Can aquaculture be competitive in northern states?. Feedstuffs 64(26): 14

Fish farming is one of the most dynamic new enterprises currently open to US farmers. However, the USA is behind in water culture technology relative to the rest of the world, and this is particularly true for the North Central region of the USA. This paper discusses whether fish farming can become a competitive enterprise in this area.

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