Fish to Boise

Fish to Boise

David Sparks Ph.D.
David Sparks Ph.D.
We're going to keep producing. We just have to find those ways to get it delivered to to our consumers. It's really hard to hold still. It's it's hard to stop your production system. Normally, we we bring in the eggs every seven weeks and it's just a continual process, you know, raising that up, feeding them for 10 months to get them to market size. So we've had to readjust where we have been able to sell anything for the last few weeks and makes it difficult. We have to hold those fish that we'd normally would have sold. So we have to look for pond space. And we we are controlling our growth rate. We've reduced the number of eggs that we're getting in, trying to match what the market's demanding right now. And it's certainly a challenging thing to go through as a producer. Idaho Springs brand. We have a Web site and they can contact us through that. There's phone numbers and ways to contact us from our Web site. We do do live sales on the farms by appointment. We also have processed products that a tour Filer locations that they can come to and make purchases there. We're also expanding our distribution in the Boise/ Meridian area to some of the retail sales points and also in Blaine County and the Sun Valley/Haley area.
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