A sturgeon swims in one of the sturgeon ponds at Fish Breeders of Idaho in Hagerman. Sturgeon is a growing part of Idaho’s fish-farming industry. After 10 years, a female sturgeon can produce a half million eggs — 17 pounds — for caviar.
A sturgeon swims in one of the sturgeon ponds at Fish Breeders of Idaho in Hagerman. Sturgeon is a growing part of Idaho’s fish-farming industry. After 10 years, a female sturgeon can produce a half million eggs — 17 pounds — for caviar. Pat Sutphin The Times-News via AP
A sturgeon swims in one of the sturgeon ponds at Fish Breeders of Idaho in Hagerman. Sturgeon is a growing part of Idaho’s fish-farming industry. After 10 years, a female sturgeon can produce a half million eggs — 17 pounds — for caviar. Pat Sutphin The Times-News via AP

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April 05, 2017 01:32 PM