One of the questions that we get most at the farm is “What species of fish would be best for my body of water?” Bluegill may be the answer.
The Harrietta Hills Pond and Water management website will be undergoing updates in the next coming months.
Traditional control methods are not always as effective as one would like, which can be immensely frustrating. Enter; the bird laser.
It is important to be mindful of how weather affects fish. As temperatures rise, dissolved oxygen levels in the water decrease.
Temperatures are starting to climb. For your fish, drastic temperature changes are not only stressful, but can be life-threatening.
We know that turning your vision into a reality can be overwhelming without support, but we have the expertise and ability that you need.
It may be snowing outside today, but we know that spring fish stocking season is arriving soon, expected to begin by late April.
Nobody likes swimming in slime, muck and weeds. We are constantly asked about the best methods to clean up around swim areas and docks.
Phragmites is a threat that requires control to maintain healthy native communities around ponds, along lakeshores, and in wetland areas.