Come visit us to buy the freshest and cleanest shrimp for miles around - your local grocery store can't compete!
We're selling our delicious shrimp for $18.00 a pound.
We are open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 9:00 to 4:00.

Have questions or want to place an order?
Give us a call at 987-3809 and we'll be happy to help you!

 
Live shrimp in fish tank

JT Shrimp LLC is a family-owned shrimp farm that has the freshest saltwater shrimp in the area. Owners Scott and Leslie Tysen sell top-quality live, healthy shrimp raised without the use of antibiotics or chemicals. This organic, sustainable and ethical way of raising shrimp makes a remarkable difference in the quality of the shrimp JT Shrimp sells. Taste the difference when you buy fresh from the farm. You'll be hooked from the first bite!

In addition to selling incredibly fresh and delicious shrimp, JT Shrimp also offers tours to the public. Whether you have a school group, tour bus group, family or just want to come by yourself, JT Shrimp can accommodate you. Check out the aquaculture process and learn all about this exciting new farming venture.

JT Shrimp uses a unique recirculating water aquaculture system which is enclosed in their shrimp barn. JT Shrimp uses a zero exchange aerobic heterotrophic system to raise their shrimp. This process includes running the water through several filters to take out unwanted bacteria, algae, and viruses. The water is re-circulated and therefore does not generate waste water. Great care is taken in making sure that the water is at the proper levels to ensure the growth and quality of the shrimp.

This zero exchange system makes the water as close as possible to a shrimp's natural habitat, minus all of the pollutants. No hormones, chemicals or antibiotics are added to the shrimp, making JT Shrimp's products much healthier than those bought in the grocery store.

Come check out this fascinating aquaculture system for yourself! Just give us a call to schedule your tour.

Shrimp pool with aerator

Shrimp barn with 8 tanks inside

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