Locally Raised Indiana Seafood

Indiana is home to a surprisingly diverse aquaculture industry with dozens of land-based fish farms that sell more than $15 million in fish and shellfish each year.

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Our state is known for its corn, but have you ever tried homegrown Indiana shrimp?

Not many people know this, but Indiana actually has a thriving aquaculture community, where farmers raise everything from saltwater shrimp to ornamental koi fish.

Each year, AquaBounty produces 1,200 metric tons of land-raised salmon… while RDM Aquaculture boasts the freshest seafood in 600 miles.

These aquaculture farms use state-of-the-art technology to replicate natural ocean conditions right here in the heart of the Midwest, so Hoosiers can enjoy the healthiest fresh-caught seafood that rivals the quality of the coasts.

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