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  1. The Milford Fish Hatchery is a state-of-the-art facility and one of only a few warm water, "intensive-culture" fish hatcheries in the country. Its objective is the rearing of sport fish for the more than 300,000 Kansas anglers.

  2. Milford Hatchery. The Milford Fish Hatchery is a state-of-the-art facility and one of only a few warm water, "intensive-culture" fish hatcheries in the country. Its objective is the rearing of sport fish for the more than 300,000 Kansas anglers. The hatchery is one of four department hatcheries in the state.

  3. Meade Hatchery. Meade Fish Rearing Station is located 8 miles south and 5 miles west of Meade in Meade County Kansas. This Department owned complex of 1,244 acres encompasses Meade State Park and Fishing Lake, Meade Wildlife Area and Meade Fish Rearing Station. Meade Fish Rearing Station is the only hatchery in southwest Kansas.

  4. Farlington Hatchery. The Farlington Fish Hatchery is north of Girard in Crawford County. Construction of this facility began in 1939, was interrupted by World War II, and was finished shortly after the war. Thirty earthen ponds provide more than 32 surface acres of water, which is supplied by Crawford State Fishing Lake.

  5. Pratt Hatchery. On June 30, 1903, Pratt County donated l2 acres of land for a fish hatchery two miles east and one mile south of Pratt. In 1905, three additional acres were donated, and the legislature appropriated $8,400 for the hatchery. At that time, the hatchery building was constructed, and the hatchery consisted of seven ponds.

  6. The education center is surrounded by the Pratt Fish Hatchery-covering 187 acres and consisting of 87 ponds. Channel catfish, largemouth bass, striped bass, walleye, sauger, and bluegill are produced here. During spring and fall migrations, many species of shorebirds use ponds in varying stages of drawdowns.

  7. Jul 06, 2021 · The Hatchery Management Policy provides a foundation for the management and reform of hatcheries in Oregon, whereas the Native Fish Conservation Policy establishes the process for defining the specific use of the hatchery tool in specific watersheds.

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