Get hooked...on fish farming!

The pond is stocked with fish that are harvested every 18 months. Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets in Carroll County is its suitability for fish farming and the potential to turn a profit in the business. Full Story
Ladysidco

Kent, OH

#1 Sep 1, 2010
Mr. Domer no longer owns Blue Ribon Fish Farm. The Fish Farmers of Ohio have no association with him. Please do not continue to show this article on your web site with this erroneous information. The association without Mr. Domer as CEO and President is going in a very positive direction. Please see our display at the Stark County Fair.
BlueGil Bob

Mount Vernon, NY

#2 Sep 3, 2010
If you want honesty and information regarding the raising of food fish, please contact Fish Farmers of Ohio Asociation. The organization currently has over 80 members throughout the state. The editor needs to varify marty domer's status with Blue Ribbon. He is not a member of FFOOA.
fedupwithlies

Angola, IN

#3 Sep 7, 2010
Marty Domer is not associated in any way with Blue Ribbon Farm Fish or the Fish Farmers of Ohio Association. This paper should check out facts instead of believing everything anyone tells them.
ABMBaby00

Akron, OH

#5 Sep 13, 2010
Ladysidco wrote:
Mr. Domer no longer owns Blue Ribon Fish Farm. The Fish Farmers of Ohio have no association with him. Please do not continue to show this article on your web site with this erroneous information. The association without Mr. Domer as CEO and President is going in a very positive direction. Please see our display at the Stark County Fair.
He may not have anything to do with Blue Ribbon or the FFOOA anymore is due to the ingnorance of a hand full of people. Mr. Domer does still own 27% of the shares in Blue Ribbon Farm Fish. And the organization is Ohio's Havrvesting and Marketing Organization. As soon as your fish farmers need help with problems with their fish they always call Marty Domer because he has been doing this for about 30 yrs. and knows more than anyone in the FFOOA or Blue Ribbon.
Jon H

Columbus, OH

#6 Sep 13, 2010
Ladysidco wrote:
Mr. Domer no longer owns Blue Ribon Fish Farm. The Fish Farmers of Ohio have no association with him. Please do not continue to show this article on your web site with this erroneous information....
chill
Fisherman

Columbus, OH

#7 Sep 13, 2010
If you grow giant catfish, then be careful. They are man-killers.
Wellvdone

Columbus, OH

#8 Sep 13, 2010
This headline "hooked" me!
Cruelty to animals

Columbus, OH

#9 Sep 13, 2010
Fisherman wrote:
If you grow giant catfish, then be careful. They are man-killers.
Good. People who 'farm' fish ought to be killed.

“"You're Ok to me"”

Since: Jan 08

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#10 Sep 13, 2010
Cruelty to animals wrote:
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Good. People who 'farm' fish ought to be killed.
The world has gone stark raving mad!
Colonel Angus

Columbus, OH

#11 Sep 13, 2010
Cruelty to animals wrote:
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Good. People who 'farm' fish ought to be killed.
You're a nut bag!
Iraq Vet

Kent, OH

#12 Sep 14, 2010
Fish farming? Thats crazy! Fish cant drive tractors or operate out of water!

.......or can they........
haha

United States

#13 Sep 15, 2010
special tractors and super smart hybred fish.. they are educated..you have heard of "schools of fish" right??? well these are the fish from those schools.. learned that from fox noise.. honest... havent heard what they farm yet...
An American

Saint Clairsville, OH

#14 Sep 15, 2010
Great comments.
Iraq Vet

Fredericktown, OH

#15 Sep 22, 2010
How much fish could a fish farmer farm if a fish farmer could farm fish

and the real question.....

who takin care of the fish farmers daughter while the fish farmers out farming fish?

Sorry, no offence intended. Makes me wish I had several ponds to do this my self.

I have a wish for fish, a fish wish I say....Ok I will stop........sorry.....
Annoyedwithpeopl e

Akron, OH

#16 Sep 23, 2010
Why can't people be serious even for a lil while? If it were not for the fish farms then there would barely be any fish in the Ocean or any lakes, they would be fished out and no way to restock them. How can it be cruel to animals with raising fish? They are not an animal and plus fish is good for you in many ways. Just call Marty Domer and he can tell you everything that you will need to know about fish and fish farming!
Iraq Vet

Barberton, OH

#18 Sep 23, 2010
Fish are not animals??? I agree fish is a great food. Does wonderful things for the heart and brain, but you are WAY off base if someone has you convinced they are not animals. Cut one open.

Despite my silly comments, I'm all for this project. Any type of food production is a good thing for all of us and the more local, the better.
Proverbs

Columbus, OH

#19 Sep 23, 2010
Give a man a fish,feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him forever!
Iraq Vet

United States

#20 Sep 23, 2010
Heard another one along those lines today. Ref our current society.... why do we reward those who drink the water rather than those who carry it?

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