You can view any of the free online training courses developed for the TAA program. TAA participants
also completed business adjustment plans using AgPlan (http://AgPlan.com), the online business plan
writing app; or AgTransitions (http://AgTransitions.umn.edu), an online transition planning app. Since
the end of TAA the AgPlan development team has developed a fishing specific software call FishBizPlan
program has ended because federal funding for the program was cut.
If you have questions related to TAA for Farmers, please contact the Center for Farm Financial
Management at email@example.com
The following presentations were delivered on December 2, 2010 at Mississippi State University.
Dissolved Oxygen and Oxygen Management - Dr. Les Torrans, USDA/ARS CGRU, NWAC
Hybrid Catfish Production Characteristics and Research - Dr. Brian Bosworth, USDA/ARS CGRU, NWAC
Improving Efficiency in Channel Catfish Fry/Fingerling Production - Dr. Chuck Mischke, NWAC
Reducing Feed Cost in Food Fish Production - Dr. Menghe Li, NWAC
The event was sponsored by the Thad Cochran National Warmwater Aquaculture Center, Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine and Department of Agricultural Econmics, USDA ARS Catfish Genetics Research Unit and the Catfish Farmers of Mississippi.