Researchers Look to Make Carp Invasive to Dinner Plates

John Davis

While invasive Asian carp have become a problem for Midwestern rivers in the form of living missiles, researchers are hoping they’ll soon to leap onto dinner plates. This article from the University of Missouri says a professor in Mizzou’s School of Natural Resources says if you can’t beat ’em, then eat ’em. With help from a Mizzou Research Council grant, …

Aquaculture, Fish, Research

USDA Releases 203 Census on Aquaculture

Jamie Johansen

The USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released the 2013 Census of Aquaculture results. This report is the result of the third national census conducted by NASS to measure the U.S. aquaculture industry. The last Census of Aquaculture was conducted in 2005. “The 2013 Census of Aquaculture expands on the data collected about aquaculture during the 2012 Agriculture Census and …

Ag Group, Aquaculture, usda