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Fish Health Workshop

  • Ohio Department of Agriculture 8995 East Main Street Reynoldsburg, OH, 43068 United States (map)

Making Fish Health a Priority

Presented by the Ohio Aquaculture Association, the Ohio State University South Centers Aquaculture Boot Camp, and the USDA's North Central Regional Aquaculture Center. The day will consist of both formal presentations and hands-on experience covering topics on:

  • Fish dissection and information all farmers should know to assess fish health

  • Best management practices in fish health and biosecurity

  • Disease prevention

  • Stress management

The following speakers will be presenting:

  • Dr. Kathleen Hartman, Aquaculture Program Leader for USDA-APHIS

  • Dr. Mark Flint, Clinical - Assistant Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine at OSU

  • Dr. Stephen Reichley, Director of Fish Health at Clear Springs Foods in Buhl, Idaho

  • Matthew Smith, OSU South Centers Aquaculture Extension Specialist

To resister, email the following information to

  • Name
  • Street Address
  • Dietary restrictions

You will receive an email with an invoice to pay online.

Registration Deadline is November 6.

Cost is $50 for OAA Members, and $75 for non-members.

Earlier Event: September 16
Indoor Tilapia, Shrimp and Aquaponics Program
Later Event: January 26
Ohio Aquaculture Conference