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Fender's Fish & Llama Farm
50527 TR 220
Baltic, OH  43804

Daytime number: phone(740) 622-0681
fax (740) 622-9785
After hours number: Steve's cell (740) 502-5454

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Welcome to Fender's Fish & Llama Farm

After the hours of business, please call Steve at
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He will call back ASAP


Summer is Here

The hottest part of the summer may be here. When it's this dry and hot I get a lot of calls from customers having fish kills. Hot water means low oxygen, fast growing vegetation and possibly vegetation die off leading to fish kill. To prevent this from happening, I recommend installing a good bottom aeration system and using good bacteria to defertilize (I know that isn't a word) the pond and in turn, slowing the plant growth.

 Typically older ponds with a lot of black muck are the ponds most at risk.

I think the best way to put it would be to treat your pond like a septic tank by using aeration and bacteria to break down the solids that help to grow vegetation. Do this and your pond will stay clean and easier to maintain.

 Let us know how we can help.


Steve Fender        


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We have special ends for the fountains we sell that will keep the pond open without loss of water due to ice pile up. We also sell bottom aeration that works very well all year long.

If you have questions or concerns about your fish, please give me a call I'm always more than happy to help our customers grow healthy ponds.

 Steve Fender 740-502-5454


Catching fish

The fish

Need some good reading? Check out the Farm Pond Management book.

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Fenders Fish Hatchery



We have been serving pond and lake owners for over half a century with the highest standards of game fish and other products for the benefit of your ponds and lakes.

With the blessing of Mother Nature and the good Lord, we begin in the spring around the first of March, depending on when the ice leaves our ponds. We continue for the next 9 to 10 months, until the ponds freeze back over again in the late fall, around December.

All this time we will continually be bringing in fresh fish to sell at our location in the northeastern corner of Coshocton County. We will also be delivering to soil and water conservation districts. We will be at 19 locations beginning March 25th through October 25th. Check out our list of locations on our calendar page.

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Harvesting fish




largemouth bass Largemouth Bass

harvesting fish
Harvesting fish

tank and net