Tag: channel catfish

Growing tilapia in raceways originally designed for catfish in Mexico

Credit: Kevin Fitzsimmons (USA) It should be noted that the series of raceways shown in this photo were original designed for catfish studies but later and for economic reasons, the operations were stocked with tilapia. The following descriptions were developed by the author and found in the reference below. The first facility is located near …

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Polyculture of paddlefish, Polyodon spathula with channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Video)

Credit: Steve Mims (USA)                                        Source and ownership: Kentucky State University (USA) Polyculture is the practice of growing two or more fish species with different food habits in the same pond to maximize yield.  Polyculture is most …

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Potential culture of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) in Mexico (in Spanish)

Credit: Jorge Valdiviezo (Mexico) Una especie de gran potencial en México es e bagre de canal Ictalurus punctatus, la cual se cultiva para consumo humano y para repoblar algunos embalses. Se produce en sistemas intensivos y semi-intensivos por medio de jaulas flotantes, estanques de concreto, tanques circulares y canales de corriente rápida o raceways. Su producción …

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