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Management, nutrition and housing of farmed fish
  1. GD Cawley

Abstract

To obtain optimum production in fish farming the oxygen level, pH and temperature of the water are important as well as proper feeding. Various systems ranging from extensive to intensive are used for holding fish. In the UK salmonid fish are farmed most commonly. The different methods used for farming carp, turbot, eels and shellfish as well as trout and salmon are described.

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