Drought adds to fish-farm woes

01/4/2013 | National Public Radio

Fish farms in the U.S., already struggling to compete globally, were pinched by drought and high temperatures last year that curtailed production and increased costs. Farmers were pumping cool water into ponds to counteract slowing fish metabolism caused by warmer water.

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