Many countries were reporting rainbow trout farming production. Some of them have relatively insignificant output in comparison to the production from the larger systems that are located in the primary producing areas.Resident freshwater rainbow trout adults average between 1 and 5 lb (0.5 and 2.3 kg) in riverine environments, while lake-dwelling and anadromous forms may reach 20 lb (9 kg). Coloration varies widely between regions and subspecies. Adult freshwater forms are generally blue-green or olive green with heavy black spotting over the length of the body. The caudal fin is squarish and only mildly forked. Lake-dwelling and anadromous forms are usually more silvery in color with the reddish stripe almost completely gone.
Juvenile rainbow trout display parr marks (dark vertical bars) typical of most salmonid juveniles. In some redband and golden trout forms parr marks are typically retained into adulthood. In many regions, hatchery-bred trout can be distinguished from native trout via fin clips.Fin clipping the adipose fin is a management tool used to identify hatchery-reared fish.In our farm trouts are rising up in the natural atmosfere. We are feeding them with the best quality trout food and delivering the oxygen by the help of river water. Our trout grows up till 400 grams and within 6 months the best natural product is ready for our clients.