Trout Culture

Trout Culture

The goal of Trout Culture's founders is to reproduce a trout that a fisherman might catch in the blue-ribbon rivers and lakes of Southwest Montana. Most farmed-trout are raised in concrete raceways, and in many instances, indoors using re-circulated water. Trout Culture's fish are raised outdoors in earthen ponds fed by cold clear spring creek water in Montana's Paradise, Madison and Ruby Valleys. As a result of this natural environment in which they live, Trout Culture's trout are healthy, have beautiful fins and skin, perfect form, and produce a reddish-pink flesh primarily due to due to the krill (freshwater shrimp) they eat that is prevalent in the spring creek habitat.

Because of the cool, 42-56 degree spring-creek water in which they live (most farmed trout live in 62 degree water), Trout Culture's trout grow a little slower than other farm raised trout which produces a flesh that is firmer, richer, and fresher tasting.

 

Quality Foods Distributing
Bozeman Montana 406-551-2231
info@qfdistributing.com
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