aquaculture

Aquaculture
Aquaculture is defined as the cultivation of aquatic organisms (as in fish, shellfish, or plants) especially for food. Catfish is the largest area of U.S. aquaculture with its production centered in Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Popular fish grown as food in America includes: trout, salmon, tilapia, bass, and sturgeon. Idaho is the top trout producing state while Louisiana is first in crawfish and farming ponds in South Carolina, Texas, and Hawaii are filled with shrimp.

 

Ag Research
USDA Economic Research
National Aquaculture Association


Stories
Aquaculture
Acres of Catfish
Pet Project
Arizona Desert Sweet Shrimp
New York's Fulton Fish Market
Kenai Salmon
Farm Fishin'
Working The Water
Bagging The Bivalves
Tracking The Catch
A Fish Tale
Water Farming
Lobster Fishing
Watery Harvest
Sea Oats
Fish Farming
Hawaii’s Abalone Farmers
Crawfish/Rice Farm
Algae Fuel and Food
Oyster Farming
Farming and Fishing
Community Fisheries
North Carolina Coastal Fishermen

 


Top 4 Catfish States
Alabama
Arkansas
Louisiana
Mississippi