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Fish Hatcheries
Fish hatcheries are essentially regulated facilities that fertilize fish eggs and fry so they can be raised. These are sometimes government owned, and others are private farms or hatcheries. The purpose of these facilities is to increase the fish population in freshwater ponds, lakes, and streams. There are a number of different fish species, such as trout, cod, betta, clown and guppies. While some of these fish are freshwater species, others belong in a saltwater environment. As you may know, fish hatcheries are located all over the country. Even fish that are kept in aquariums, fish tanks, or koi ponds are often raised in a hatchery facility. This includes tropical discus species, betta Siamese fish, guppies, and neon breeds. Typically a filter is used to keep the water clean in a tank. Once fish eggs are fertilized and then raised, they are sent to local pet stores for people to buy, and released into rivers and ponds. It is important for these trout, koi, and guppies to be placed in the proper environment, so they can live and grow. When fish are raised in state or federal hatcheries, they also need to be fed the right kind of food in order to grow healthy and strong. The best way to obtain more information on fish hatcheries and farms is by going online for additional research. This is a convenient way to access the official websites of state and private hatcheries all over the country. You can also visit a local hatchery in order to get more specifics and details on this large business.
 
 
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Lorne's Fish Hatchery & Pets
300 Division St, Dixon, IL 61021
(815) 284-8443
Keystone Hatcheries
11409 Keystone Rd, Richmond, IL 60071
(815) 678-2537
Lake Julian Trout Farm
65 Northwest Hwy, Cary, IL 60013
(847) 639-3734
Dept of Conservation Fish Hatchery
2314 Hatchery Rd, Spring Grove, IL 60081
(815) 675-2122
Schafer Fisheries
2112 Sandridge Rd, Thomson, IL 61285
(815) 259-9956
Dean Clinic-Fish Hatchery
1313 Fish Hatchery Rd, Madison, WI 53715
(608) 252-8000
Department of Motor Vehicles
1 W Wilson St, Madison, WI 53703
(608) 264-7478
State of Wisconsin
302 S Main St, Lake Mills, WI 53551
(920) 648-8012
Schafer Fisheries
21985 Waller Rd, Fulton, IL 61252
(815) 589-3368
Silver Springs State Park
13608 Fox Rd, Yorkville, IL 60560
(630) 553-6680
State of Illinois District Chicago
9511 Harrison St Ste 117, Des Plaines, IL 60016
(847) 294-4400
State of Iowa
24143 Highway 52, Bellevue, IA 52031
(563) 872-4976
State of Illinois
2601 N 21st Rd, Marseilles, IL 61341
(815) 357-6986
Union Fisheries Corp
6186 N Northwest Hwy, Chicago, IL 60631
(773) 355-5454
Practice Longevity
4040 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 901-0053


A fish hatchery is a place where fish eggs are bred and then hatched. Fish varieties can be found in fresh and saltwater, there are also fish hatcheries that cater to tropical and game fish varieties. Fish hatcheries are generally in small ponds or lakes. Fish hatcheries breed and hatch fish like salmon, trout, tuna, koi and cod. Fish hatcheries breed, store and harvest fish eggs, acting as producers for state and local waters. Many hatcheries sell fish of all kinds to private owners for stocking their ponds or aquariums. If you wish to contact a fish hatchery, look for some on the internet. There may be many in fish hatcheries in your area. Fish hatcheries, also known as fish farms, provide food for fish, to help them grow properly in a healthy and clean environment. Look on the internet to learn about the process involved in producing and breeding eggs at fish hatcheries. Local and state hatchery workers will release a female fish's eggs, called stripping, and mix those eggs with the male's sperm called milt, then allow fertilization to take place. The mixture can then incubate undisturbed without the threat of disease, germs or natural predators in the environment. Find a fish hatchery in your area that will supply you with the type of fish that you need.
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