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Can dirty water kill catfish?

Asked: Tyler Hanson, Last Updated:

Catfish ponds can be polluted by several pollutants including waste feed. When there is notable increase in the level of pond pollution, fishes begin to die. As a matter of fact, water pollution is the number one cause of fish mortality.

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