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fish farm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture, Fish
fish farmˈfish ˌfarm (also fishery) noun [countable]  TAan area of water used for breeding fish as a businessfish farming noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
fish farmThe group includes rare breed centres, a fish farm and even a vineyard.Read in studio A judge has ordered a fish farm to compensate a group of anglers for ruining their fishing season.Seen through the lacy walls of the village pool hall the polystyrene floats of the fish farm bobbed busily.But the owners of the fish farm - Gale and Ainslie Limited - insist they weren't negligent.His Honour Mark Dyer said the fish farm was well aware that that particular stretch of river was reserved for brown trout.The fish farm has enough work to keep two people very busy.
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