Fish Processors, Inc.; Fish Breeders of Idaho
Leo and Judy Ray started their first catfish farm, Fish Breeders, in the Imperial Valley of California in 1968. In the search of a new and better way to raise fish, Leo and Judy Ray moved to Idaho and built Fish Breeders of Idaho in 1973. Geothermal water, concrete raceways, high density production and temperature control was first successfully introduced to catfish production. Introducing this technology to Tilapia production created the first successful Tilapia farm in the U. S. In their effort to stay at the forefront of aquaculture technology Rainbow Trout was added to Fish Breeders of Idaho’s production in 1978. Sturgeon production was started in 1988.
In 2004 Fish Breeders proudly introduced their phenomenal Idaho White Sturgeon Caviar, The American Beluga, to their product line. Today Fish Breeders of Idaho continues to lead the aquaculture industry in new species production and technology. Their most recent venture is tropical aquarium fish. Fish Processors is a subsidiary of Fish Breeders of Idaho, Inc. Fish Processors, Inc. processes all the fish raised by Fish Breeders of Idaho, Inc. and ships product all over the United States. All fish are raised in a environmental friendly way and we supply the American people with a healthy, delicious feed source that is American farm raised and processed. We are trying to leave our grandchildren a better world and company than we received.
To purchase product consumers can contact our processing plant at 208-837-6114 or we use the following distributors in Idaho, Idaho Bounty, Ocean Beauty Boise and Mountain Pride.
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