Ok, I did some calculations.
You said you could produce 1.5 million bluecrabs a year.
There are 52 weeks in a year.
So 1.5 million divided by 52 is little more than 28,846 crabs!!! Divided by 7, that's a little more than 4,120 blue crabs a DAY to eat!!!!
So you could probably make a little profit too if you don't want to eat that many crabs(Yea, who could??). Or you could just make less crabs per year.
Wow, one important question. Is 1.5 million crabs the TOTAL amount of crabs at the end of the year? Or the amount produced each year to eat while still maintaining a steady crab population?
Personally, I woun't go for SO MANY crabs as 1.5 mil. I would just go for an amount that would maintain a steady crab population while letting me eat about a dozen crabs a day or less.
But please tell us how you plan on going about this? What equipment you would need, how much room, costs etc...
If you would like to email me any info, my email is BlueCrab100@hotmail.com