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How are crawfish raised commercially?

Asked: M-E Théorêt, Last Updated:

Most often, crawfish ponds in a rice-crawfish rotational system use established rice fields where the field lay out and irrigation systems are fixed. Some modifications of the field may be necessary, however, for best results with crawfish.

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