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Oyster farming in the Maritimes

J. C. Medcof

Oyster farming in the Maritimes

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Published by Fisheries Research Board of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Statementby J.C. Medcof.
SeriesBulletin / Fisheries Research Board of Canada -- no.131
The Physical Object
Pagination157p. :
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20564946M

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My Oyster farming in the Maritimes book was the Island Creek Oyster farm, an oyster farm set in the cold, salty water of Duxbury Bay, about 30 minutes southeast of Boston. For years I’ve slurped oysters from their shell with little.

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The estuary of the lower Hudson River alone once had square miles of wild-spawning C. virginica oyster beds, making preindustrial New York. Introduction. The Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerata) is considered a gourmet's delight and is the main focus of oyster production in the a current annual production of over million oysters worth over $35 million, oyster farming has been the most valuable aquaculture industry in New South Wales for over years.

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Chris Ludford, owner and oyster farmer, our three- to four-hour dining experience begins with a boat ride to the Pleasure House Oysters Farm, where you’ll enjoy lunch or dinner to be savored with a significant other or up to seven guests as well as a sampling of coveted Lynnhaven Oysters pulled from the water beneath you.

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Maryland Sea Grant Extension is working with its many. The famous oyster of the Maritimes, a staple among fishermen and loggers forever. In fact, if you want to look like an old-timer, stomp into a pub, the rougher the better, slide a plateful of shucked Caraquets into your pint of beer, and chug it.

I guarantee that interesting conversation will ensue. At the far end of the harbour is a museum (le Musée de l’Etang de Thau) that explains the history and techniques of oyster- and mussel-farming in the area, which is worth a visit (it has fish in tanks which will entertain small children, and lots of sepia photos of.

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