A brief review on the history of bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) culture is covered. Present research programs in frog culture are reviewed. The need for developing culture techniques are paramount due to the demand for bullfrogs in biological and medical research, education and dwindling of native stocks. Bullfrogs are reared in 20-foot diameter concrete tanks, housed indoors with controlled temperature. Up to 5,000 young frogs placed in each tank are thinned to about 1,000 as they grow. Crickets, worms, fish, and tadpoles are used for food. Research needs include the development of a commercial feed, genetically defined strains, simple and effective breeding techniques, methods for disease control, and modification of rearing tanks for more efficient cleaning and temperature control.