The Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station is situated in the heart of Idahos aquaculture industry in the Magic Valley, which takes after a 40-kilometer stretch of the Snake River. The vast majority of Idahos extensive business aquaculture operations are placed here, and the nearby nearness of the research facility gives chances to industry associations in aquaculture research. The genetics laboratory at the Aquaculture Research Institute focuses its exploration on fisheries protection and aquaculture species genetics. The lab adds to the genetic information utilized as a part of multidisciplinary methodologies around the rebuilding of jeopardized species. The fish-rearing station houses a 5,500 square foot wet lab supplied with 1,200 gpm, 59 degree Fahrenheit, gravity-led, first-utilize spring water. Water temperature and quality are consistent year-round. The wet lab contains 160 38-gallon (150-liter) and 42 152-gallon (550-liter) tanks for leading itemized experimentation, and 10 specific tanks for food absorbability studies. The office likewise has gear to high temperature or chill water and ozone to disinfect the gushing. Arrangements are, no doubt made to twofold the span of the wet lab and to include bigger tanks suitable for raising gatherings of fish to development. Experimental feeds could be arranged and examined on location by squeezing pelleting and frosty expulsion for little scale studies. Bigger amounts of feeds are delivered at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center (USFWS) through an agreement between the inside, University of Idaho and ARS. Expelled, chipped, and compacted pelleted nourishes could be delivered, as can microparticles for larval feeds.