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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 18

fish farm salmon-A BIG NO

Posted By: KarenBrant
Date: Thursday, 18 October 2001, at 11:10 p.m.

In Response To: farm-fresh vs wild-canned. any salmon opinions? (cloud)

Our Summer cabin is one inlet north of 2 fish farm, these are fish that live for months 1ft.away from their droppings and all the heavely laced (with antibiotics ect.) food pellets that sit on the bootm of the ocean and rot. The fish that die called morts are considered hazardous waste and can't be use by farmers or put on the land, must be burnt lay in the bottom of the pens and rot. While larger fish and seals that are routinely shot so they don't break holes in the nets, lay and rot. Not to say stress out the smaller salmon inside. Their food is delivered in heavey weight plastic bags (not degradeable) that are found on the high tide line all the time. They hope that the tidal waters will move most of this around the ocean floor but with that volume amount little happens. There are at least 10 in 70mile space on the B.C. Coast that effect calm, oysters and other shell fish life . Dont buy this stuff its an avoid I sure for all if tested.
Still read you all, The wounded Ranch hand, KRB

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