Idaho Trout are raised in fresh pristine spring water of the Snake River Aquifer. No energy, other than gravity, moves this water through the hatcheries; water is never pumped or re-circulated. The trout are always raised in fresh natural spring water.
Recycling is Company policy. This includes not only cardboard from processing plants but also wood and metal from farming operations. We purchase packaging and office supplies that contain recycled content where possible and appropriate.
Trout by-products from the processing plants are converted into fish oil and organic or natural fertilizer products. This recycling process eliminates nearly all waste. Likewise, unusable fish from the farms are also converted to oil and fertilizer. Composting is an expanding part of the production of natural dry fertilizer products.
Conservation is essential not only for the environment but also for the success of Idaho Trout Company. In 2010 Idaho Trout celebrated its 63rd year of continuous operation as a family business.
We are proud to be good stewards of our environment and our natural resources. We work to leave our planet better for our grandchildren and their grandchildren than when we found it.