Florida’s fish frozen, says state

<b>TALLAHASSEE. </b>Tropical-fish farms may face losses of as much as 75 percent following a January cold snap, the state’s agriculture agency said.<p></p>

 

TALLAHASSEE. Tropical-fish farms may face losses of as much as 75 percent following a January cold snap, the state’s agriculture agency said.

 

The loss may reach about $20 million, according to an e-mail statement from the state’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services sent today by spokeswoman Liz Compton. Some small producers lost all of their fish, the state said.

 
 
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