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Post Number:#16  Unread postby Miss M » Fri Jan 06, 2012 12:55 am


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Miss M wrote:Welcome, Nathan, and congratulations on the Christmas popples! :razz:

We may eventually try raising catfish in barrels. I wish I liked tilapia... it's so much cheaper than anything else. None of us likes tilapia. Oh, well. :roll:


I am with you Miss M....I don't like the taste either.....

It's so much cheaper than other fish, we've tried and tried and tried to like it... fixing it all different ways. :?
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Re: hello hello!

Post Number:#17  Unread postby OneAcreFarm » Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:53 am


Miss M wrote:
OneAcreFarm wrote:
Miss M wrote:Welcome, Nathan, and congratulations on the Christmas popples! :razz:

We may eventually try raising catfish in barrels. I wish I liked tilapia... it's so much cheaper than anything else. None of us likes tilapia. Oh, well. :roll:


I am with you Miss M....I don't like the taste either.....

It's so much cheaper than other fish, we've tried and tried and tried to like it... fixing it all different ways. :?


What you might try that we have found is Swai, another white fish but the meat is more firm and has more flavor. I believe it is an African fish. It is also pretty inexpensive.
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Re: hello hello!

Post Number:#18  Unread postby Nathan » Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:09 pm


TariLynn wrote:Hello and welcome Nathan!

Hey - I wonder, could we add Tilapia to our pond or would they take over? We have Bass and Blue Gill. Would they survive an Indiana winter?


Tilapia make a good feed for bass but they cant get below 50 degrees. There normal temp is 70-90.

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