17 Cages and in-pond raceways

@inproceedings{Masser200417CA,
  title={17 Cages and in-pond raceways},
  author={Michael P. Masser},
  year={2004}
}
  • Michael P. Masser
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Publisher Summary Cages and in-pond raceways are culture systems that can be used where open-pond culture is not feasible or advantageous. The ability to utilize almost any body of water is the most unique advantage of cages and in-pond raceways. The abundance of watershed ponds throughout the United States offers opportunities to exploit underutilized or multiple-use aquatic habitats to culture catfish where temperature regimes and water quality parameters are acceptable. In some states… CONTINUE READING

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