How to Create Backyard Fish Farming

Jul 17th

Backyard fish farming – Why pay for fish imported, raised on a farm where you can create and catch your own fish at home? Owners of home thrifty easily “grow” fish in their yards back, making a cut in its budget for food, as well as its carbon footprint. If you can manage an aquarium, then you can probably raise your own fish.

Making Backyard Fish Farming
Making Backyard Fish Farming

Backyard fish farming put the fish pond or pool of 12x12x12 feet on a level area and near an outlet. Fill the tank with warm, filtered water. Temperatures vary, depending on the species of fish you’re trying to breed, but 75 degrees Fahrenheit is a comfortable average temperature for many fish.

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Backyard fish farming, water passes through a carbon filter if you have chlorinated water. The water should have a pH level between 6.5 and 7. If the water is too acidic, add lime; if too alkaline gypsum added. Water should be evaluated to see if it contains heavy metals, because they can kill fish. If heavy metals are found, install a filter to reduce these levels. Install an aerator and make sure they work properly. Sets in motion the pool, the water and the filters for at least two weeks before putting the fish. This will neutralize bacteria and condition water.

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