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We specialize in a strain of White Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus) that we have been improving for years using specific culling and selection techniques. We use no hormones and no dangerous chemicals. Our fish are free from any kind of genetic modification. They are known for fast growth, superb feed conversion, excellent disease resistance and tolerance of cooler water temperatures than typical Nile lines. Our Tilapia are used by a local University in their ag department's aquaculture program, and we supply fish to several commercial operations as well. They are high quality fish, and we believe them to be some of the best available in the US. We are big enough to handle larger volume orders, but we primarily cater to backyard operations, home aquaponics growers, pond owners and farmers market growers. You should expect to get a roughly 50/50 mix of males and females in every shipment.

Fry are $1 each.
Fingerlings $2 each.
10% discount on orders of $200 of fish.
20% discount on orders of $400 of fish.

More info: Live Tilapia for Sale - Nile - Oreochromis Niloticus - Tilapiasource.com

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Hello Jenn!fer,

That would be a lot of tilapia for a 30 gallon! They are really better suited to a 55 gallon or larger as they can be real tank busters, and even then, I probably wouldn't put more than 12 in there. Once the get to about a pound in size, perhaps only 4 or 5 could live happily in a 55 gallon. They are really pretty specimen fish, but they grow extremely fast and quite large!
 
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