Aquaculture industry set to cast bigger net: Ag officials hope Indiana spawns more fish farmers

Forrest Gump owned a shrimp boat. Tim and Julie Connor have a shrimp farm instead. The couple, who live on 22 acres near Monrovia, are in their third season raising prawn, or large shrimp, from a pond on their property. The $4,000 they earned last year from selling 350 pounds of the crustaceans to the public is hardly enough to cause Tim, 47, to retire from the job he's held at Allison Transmission for 28 years. But if the sideline...

 

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