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Record breaking year for Cedar Key Seafarms! We'd like to thank everyone who enjoyed our clams and oysters and we're beyond excited for 2018 and keeping our customers happy! We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and a safe and enjoyable New Years ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Record breaking year for Cedar Key Seafarms! Wed like to thank everyone who enjoyed our clams and oysters and were beyond excited for 2018 and keeping our customers happy! We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and a safe and enjoyable New Years

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Keep em coming to The 406. We enjoy them in Live Oak, too!

Great news!!!!!

Love the pic

Congratulations on all the hard work!!!

So proud of y’all!!

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Happy Thanksgiving!!! Now that you are all full of Turkey go eat some oysters and clams. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Happy Thanksgiving!!!  Now that you are all full of Turkey go eat some oysters and clams.

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Oh how beautiful.

Just got in my latest batch of oysters. I didn't think they could get any better and they just keep doing it. Thanks yall!!! ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

We got to have Huiping and Natalie researchers from UF on the boat this week. They are studying genetics to help with a stronger healthier oyster to survive whatever Mother Nature throws a at it. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

We got to have Huiping and Natalie researchers from UF on the boat this week. They are studying genetics to help with a stronger healthier oyster to survive whatever Mother Nature throws a at it.

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I have such reservations about genetic engineering...When the harvest is low, go to something else like you would, naturally. Why do we have to improve on the perfection of nature?

That's cool that they are spending time researching the oyster's , that can be another vital income source for Cedar Key 😎

Taylor Hagan ?

With all the rain growth this year has been amazing. A little cold weather will really fatten them up. Pictured here these will be perfect for the upcoming holidays. ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

With all the rain growth this year has been amazing. A little cold weather will really fatten them up. Pictured here these will be perfect for the upcoming holidays.

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Waiting for some at the 406!

Dana is getting itchy to get back there already !!!!!

Do you ship

Makes my mouth water just thinking about them.

Can’t wait for some cold weather.

Yum

Yum!!!!

Randy Cole

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