About Kloubec Koi Farm
Myron and Ellen Kloubec began their careers in aquaculture over thirty years ago, when they began a fish production and management business in Amana, Iowa. The farm was originally dedicated to the production of game fish species. Some ten years later, Myron and Ellen learned about koi when their son Nick developed a passion for them. As Nick grew, so did the families commitment and fondness for koi. They devoted a portion of their fisheries business to the spawning and raising of koi. Gradually, the farm reduced its production of game fish species and devoted the majority of the farm acreage to the production of koi.
Nestled in the rolling hills of Eastern Iowa, Kloubec Koi Farm looks like a scene from Niigata, Japan. Over 55 mud ponds can be found on the 80 acre farm, terraced into the hills so that the melting snows add pristine water into the ponds—water that is essential to the development of koi. But good water is not the only attribute of the farm; excellent clay is vital to the development of koi, and here too, Kloubec Koi Farms benefits from an ideal location, rich in minerals and clay.
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