Endangered sturgeon producing high-quality caviar are bred in Florida

By Ann Marie O’Phelan
Central Florida’s Agri-Leader

Published: November 13, 2013
Located on 120 acres in the tiny town of Bascom, there are 100 tanks that hold an impressive sturgeon population of approximately 100,000.

The tanks are full of the critically-endangered Beluga, Sevruga, Sterlet and to a lesser extent Russian Osetra sturgeon. Sturgeon AquaFarms is actually the largest Beluga aqua farm in the world and has more Beluga sturgeon than the Caspian Sea

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