Cover Article and National Trade Jounal Placements for Bell Aquaculture by Absolutely PR
Quoting from the special report in the Indianapolis Business Journal by Sam Stall: "The ISA’s golden
boy is Redkey-based Bell Aquaculture, the state’s only industrial-scale fish farming outfit. While
Indiana’s aquaculture industry produces only 1 million pounds of fish annually, expansion plans at Bell will double
that number by next year. And the technology the company is developing could pave the way for even higher production. Put
simply, company officials have figured out how to raise their fish—yellow perch—indoors under highly controlled
conditions, just as chicken and hog farmers do. The company’s plant raises 1.8 million fish annually. That number will
balloon to 3 million when a $5 million expansion wraps up in 2012. To no surprise, Bell President Norman McCowan is bullish
on Indiana’s aquaculture potential, believing that the state (and his company in particular) possesses the three things
necessary to make a go of it: sustainable technology, readily available food (soybeans) and water, and funding." Subscribe to the IBJ
Bell Aquaculture is featured in the current edition (Volume 10, Issue 4 2011) of Fish Farming News - Aquaculture's
National Newspaper. Quoting from the article by FFN Contributing Writer Brian Robbins: "'Vertically integrated'
is a phrase that Bell uses frequently in describing itself: pretty much self-sufficient, relying only on outside suppliers
for fee. Other than that, they've built their own little world in five years' time and can definitely call their fish their
own, from broodstock and eggs, to harvesting and processing on the other end. With their existing facility, Bell is looking
at producing 1.8 million yellow perch in a one-year growout cycle. The new addition that's currently under construction (with
plans to be up and going by October) will add another 3 million yellow perch a year to Bell's forecast. But wait - it doesn't
stop there: Bell's next expansion will boost that number significantly, with the company hoping to have the capacity to handle
an additional 7.5 million perch by 2013." Link to FFN for subscription details
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