Former Fisheries Faculty Practices What He Preached Raising Inland Shrimp

David Teichert-Coddington working his shrimp farm.

David Teichert-Coddington working his shrimp farm.

Jamie Creamer featured former faculty member, David Teichert-Coddington in the spring issue of Ag Illustrated.

“About this time every year, David Teichert-Coddington packs his bag, loads his trailer and hits the road, bound for the Florida Keys.

If he were going for a few weeks of R & R, that would be one thing. But this is business, as will be evidenced four days and 1,850 miles later when a road-weary Teichert-Coddington returns to his west-central Alabama home, hauling a load of precious—and totally legal—cargo: 9 million pathogen-free, hatchery-grown baby shrimp. Shrimplets, if you will, each about the size of a gnat.

And thus begins another growing season at Greene Prairie Shrimp, a fitting name for a farming operation that’s in Greene County on 250 acres of prairie soil and for which the sole product is Pacific white shrimp …”

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