Basa fish is a catfish species native to Southeast Asia. They occur naturally in the Chao Phraya and Mekong River basins. Basa fish is a sought-after edible species that is eaten all over the world. The international market is predominantly supplied by farm-raised rather than wild-caught fish.Basa fish is among ...Continue Reading

Oyster Farming is an economical and beneficial way of not overfishing the natural supply. Oyster farming in the United States has grown massively over the past few decades. As a result, it has a promising future in food sustainably. But how do you farm Oysters?Oysters are farmed using the bottom ...Continue Reading

Fish are a varied group of aquatic organisms with skulls and, in most cases, backbones. Their bodies are streamlined and swimming-specific, and they have fins that let them move quickly through the water. Fish are broadly categorized into freshwater or saltwater, but what differences separate the two types?There aren't many ...Continue Reading

Cobia is among the most delicious and healthy fish internationally. Cobia sells for excellent prices in international markets, and restaurants value every cut of this fish as well, but a fish that sells well is not always a fish that farms well. So is Cobia a good fish to farm? ...Continue Reading

Black carp originally came to America in the 1970s and have been found in the lower Mississippi River and Red River in Louisiana since the 1990s. Although they naturally occur in lakes, rivers, and channels, you might be wondering if black carp can also live in ponds? To answer this ...Continue Reading

Named after their unique ability to breathe air and traverse land with their pectoral fins, walking catfish are a unique, tropical subspecies of catfish native to Southeast Asia. However, should you farm walking catfish? And if so, what are the pros and cons of farming walking catfish? Although walking catfish have ...Continue Reading