Stocker fish orders being accepted

March 2009
Graham Leader;3/25/2009, Vol. 133 Issue 65, p6A
The article reports on the announcement from the Young Soil and Water Conservation District (YSWCD) that it is prepared to accept orders for small stocker fish through May 20, 2009 in Texas. It states that the stocker fish will be provided by Arms Fish Farm in Dublin. It also provides information for landowners on how to have stocking tanks with fish.


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