Fish Production

Not only do aquaponic farms produce more food than regular farms, they also provide a greater variety, including fish. This not only makes the farm more stable economically, but also provides a source of protein which can be farmed more efficiently and quickly than lemurs can breed and mature. As a result, it should be able to out-compete poached bushmeat in the marketplace. Additionally, the fish used - tilapia - can be fed duckweed, an invasive species, which can be gathered from Madagascan rivers cheaply.