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1100 Ozark Fisheries Road
Stoutland, MO 65567
2195 State Road 37 North
Martinsville, IN 46151
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Panel graders are placed in our holding tanks before goldfish or koi are unloaded from our tank truck.
Our goldfish are unloaded from our tank truck into a holding tank.
Small feeder goldfish in holding tank.
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Larry netting up a few goldfish for that day's sales.
Margaret is examining a large koi before adding it to an order.
Audrey is sorting some goldfish before they are ready to be sold. All fish are checked for quality, size and body conformation.
Barb is water sorting some fantails before they are ready for sale.
When an order is picked, those goldfish or koi are placed in a perforated can in one of our holding tanks. Wendy is taking some of those fish out to add to an order.
Our boxes are placed on an assembly line to start the packaging process. Step 1 - add water to plastic shipping bags.
Step 2 - Add the goldfish or koi from the perforated cans into the plastic bags.
Shown above are some of our koi ready to be shipped out.
We also weigh feeder goldfish and rosy red minnows if ordered in large quantities.
Step 3 - Remove excess air from the bag and add pure oxygen. Goldfish and koi can survive for extended periods of time if they have an adequate amount of oxygen.
Step 4 - seal the plastic bag closed.
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