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Rainbow trout attain good growth, health in tank-based recirculating systems

Steven T. Summerfelt, Ph.D. John Davidson Christopher Good Thomas Waldrop

Use of antibiotics, chemotherapeutants reduced Research funded by the USDA at The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute has found that rainbow trout grow particularly well in circular tank-based RAS. Land-based closed-containment production systems that use water recirculation can provide control of water quality and temperature to optimize fish production and health, prevent fish escapement and treat…

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  • Steven T. Summerfelt, Ph.D.

    Steven T. Summerfelt, Ph.D.

    The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute
    1098 Turner Road
    Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443 USA

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  • John Davidson

    John Davidson

    The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute
    1098 Turner Road
    Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443 USA

  • Christopher Good

    Christopher Good

    The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute
    1098 Turner Road
    Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443 USA

  • Thomas Waldrop

    Thomas Waldrop

    The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute
    1098 Turner Road
    Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443 USA