Aquaculture and Fish on the Menu

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Food, food, food and more food! One of the best ways to survive a disaster ranging from a hurricane to a pandemic is to have plenty of food so that you can stay home and not depend on others for food.

Food, food, food and more food! One of the best ways to survive a disaster ranging from a hurricane to a pandemic is to have plenty of food so that you can stay home and not depend on others for food.

For a long time, most preppers were happy to depend on dry food storage for all of their needs. That was ok but then people started to broaden their horizon.

Soon things like growing food, raising animals and even sourcing food from local farmers were opportunities that made sense. Now we are living in a time where all of that is available and accessible. People are taking a serious look at where their food comes from and even no preppers are raising chickens and animals for things like meat, honey, and milk.

Growing Fish

One of the most extreme choices to make is raising fish. Fish can be raised in containers right in your own home or in your yard! You can even raise fish in a barrel! It’s pretty impressive when you think about it.  Imagine a sustainable population of fish that can meet your protein needs. Fresh fish will also barter well to someone who has been eating chili mac for the last 4 months.

What can be Raised?

There are a few different types of fish that will do well in these scenarios. You will be able to raise things like tilapia and catfish which are hardy species that do well in these smaller environments.  Surprisingly, you can also raise rainbow trout! You will need a colder environment but its still a great fish to eat and might be right up your alley.

If you have the key to a renewable protein resource, it’s priceless. This is just the reality of survival. Something like a small fish farm can be set up in your own home.

Food, food, food and more food! One of the best ways to survive a disaster ranging from a hurricane to a pandemic is to have plenty of food so that you can stay home and not depend on others for food.

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