Cincinnati, OH

#1 May 11, 2010

I am a recent graduate from The University of Cincinnati with a Bachelors in Management and Marketing. I have a strong desire to become involved in the aquaculture industry and am contemplating my next step. Considering my education, can you offer advice regarding the type of additional education and /or training that would be best suited to gain an entry level or middle management position in the industry. My interest is in production rather than research; my ultimate goal being to own and run a farm. My main constraints are fairly obvious; time and money. Any advice would be appreciated.

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