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Economic analysis of farm-raised catfish production in Mississippi
Mark E. Keenum
by Mississippi Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station in Mississippi State
Written in English
|Statement||Mark E. Keenum and John E. Waldrop.|
|Series||Technical bulletin -- 155., Technical bulletin (Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station) -- 155.|
|Contributions||Waldrop, John E., Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
The Mississippi Delta became the industry home for the catfish industry, as they had the soils, climate and shallow aquifers to provide water for the earthen ponds that grow million pounds (, to , tons) of catfish annually. Biological Control of Proliferative Gill Disease in Farm-Raised Catfish. OS (project overview) Project Type: On-Farm Research. Economic Analysis. of H. ictaluri in channel and hybrid catfish production systems is being evaluated in experimental and commercial catfish production systems. If effective, hybrid catfish will provide a.
In , , acres of water were used to produce million pounds (live weight) of farm-raised catfish. About 1, acres of water were used in com- mercial catfish production in Texas in Most Texas production is on family farms that also produce other agricultural commodities. Having been first commercially produced in the 's, the US catfish industry saw rapid expansion in both the 's and 's. Production and processing industries flourished in four main states: Mississippi, Alabama; Louisiana and Arkansas; and the industry soon established itself as the largest of all US aquaculture industries - today accounting for nearly half of all annual aquaculture.
Catfish Nutrition: Use of All-Plant Protein to Grow Food Fish: 8: New Publications Produced by the Southern Regional Aquaculture Center: 9: U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish Industry: Review and Outlook: Broodstock Trends in the Southeastern United States: Catfish are easy to farm in warm climates, leading to inexpensive and safe food at local grocers. About 60% of U.S. farm-raised catfish are grown within a mile (km) radius of Belzoni, Mississippi. Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) supports a $ million/yr aquaculture : Actinopterygii.
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economic magnitude of the Mississippi farm-raised catfish industry to the delta and eastern regions of the state and identifies economic sectors that gain most from this industry. An economic impact of the farm-raised catfish industry of the Mississippi economy was completed, using IMPLAN analysis to determine employment, income and value added aspects of the Mississippi catfish industry.
Keenum, M. E., and J. Waldrop. Economic Analysis of Farm-Raised Catfish Production in Mississippi, Technical Bulletin Mississippi State: Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Economic analysis of farm-raised catfish production in Mississippi book Station.
Google ScholarCited by: 2. Catfish production has demonstrated the most rapid increase in aquaculture from less than 35 tons in to tons in Mississippi, the largest producer of farm-raised catfish, accounted for over 60% of the total domestic production in and was followed by Arkansas, Alabama and Louisiana (USDA-ERS, ).Cited by: Kulp, and C.
Lau (): PCDDs and PCDFs in Soil and River Sediment Samples from a Rural Area in the United States of America. Chemosph (11) Keenum M.E.
and J.E. Waldrop (): Economic Analysis of Farm-raised Catfish Production in Mississippi. MS Agriculture & Forestry Exper. Station, Technical Bulle- tin Cited by: Get the data from the results of this survey. Publications: Results are published in the Catfish Production report in January and July.
The January report contains number of catfish farms; water area devoted to production and other uses; the number, pounds, and value of fish produced; the point of first sale; and the number of fish in inventory are provided for 7 states and a U.S.
total. Buy An economic analysis of small-scale processing for farm-raised catfish in Mississippi (Agricultural ecomonics research report) by Garrard, Anthony B (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Anthony B Garrard. the total weight of the fish at the end of the second production cycle is 10, pounds.
(Table 1) meaning that the maximum level of catfish in the system at any time is 13, pounds (10, + 2,) which occurs after a six month period which is the average. length of a production cycle for channel catfish. Economic analysis of farm-raised catfish production in M'ississippi, Mississippi Agricul-tural and Forestry Experiment Station Technical Bulletin No Jan M E Keenum.
Mississippi leads the country in catfish production and has held this position since the late s. The catfish industry generates an economic impact of billions of dollars and is a major source of economic activity and employment in a number of Mississippi counties.
The economic contribution of agriculture and forestry-related sectors to Mississippi can be measured by employment, employee compensation, output, and value-added.
Employment is simply the number of full- and part-time jobs. Employee compensation is the wages paid. Output is the total value of goods and services produced.
Goals / Objectives General objectives of this project are to examine high-value production problem issues whose solutions would provide the most benefit to established and new aquaculture producers, processors, and ultimately the consumer. Specific objectives are to: 1) update Delta and Eastern Mississippi aquaculture farm production practices and technologies, 2) analyze costs and returns for.
Economic Analysis of Farm-Raised Catfish Production in Mississippi. Technical Bulletin ,Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station. Catfish disease loss merely in the food‐sized catfish grow‐out production phase impacted east MS by a reduction in economic returns of over 17% in This is similar to the production loss (%) attributable to parasitic sea lice in farmed salmon (Abolofia and Wilen ).Cited by: 1.
Keenum, M. E., and J. Waldrop. Economic Analysis of Farm-Raised Catfish Production in Mississippi, Technical Bulletin Mississippi State: Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Catfish production in Mississippi, exclusive of the Delta, is concentrated in the Black Belt, mainly in Noxubee, Lowndes and Kemper counties, which are in the heart of the Black Belt.
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