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Wisconsin Fish Farmers Seeing Steady Demand
A new report from University of Wisconsin researchers found farm-raised fish is one sector of the state's agriculture industry that's seeing steady demand.

The team surveyed 49 farms in October 2018, representing about half of the state's commercial fish farms. Many of these operations are small, producing less than 20,000 pounds of fish annually. Sixty-one percent of surveyed farms used pond systems to raise their fish, while 37 percent used flow-through systems and 20 percent used aquaponics.

Unlike the oversupply currently affecting dairy and crop producers, researchers found fish farmers have plenty of demand for their product.


 
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