Some serious money backing this one.
Hope it comes off.
It still doesn't stop all the sand eels being hoovered up for their food, but should help stop disease and parasites.
Salmon Evolution Raises NOK 258 million - Further Commitment by New and Existing Owners - Salmon Evolution
Anyone catch this?
BBC Radio 4 - The Food Programme, A Tale of Two Fish: Salmon, the wild and farmed
We got a decent airing but I still think they biased too much in favour of an argument FOR the salmon farming
Can anyone recommend a Food Flask , I have bought several over the years and they all seem to keep things warm for about 2/3 hours and then by 4 hrs the contents are only luke warm.
I have always thought it was due to the lid / cap being so wide and losing heat.
I bought a Thermos one which has...
I’m appealing to those who know more about food safety than I! I bought a nice ham hock and pheasant terrine from Mr Waitrose and have inadvertently left it out of the fridge for 2 days. It’s unopened and sealed but I’m thinking it may be too risky to now eat. Or not?!
We all hear about the febs, and issues at sea.
Now my very good friend has brought this up on a few occasions, the Danes and the Dutch fishing of sandeels caplin krill and the likes to process into fish meals food, omega 3 for your supplemented bread,health tablets,animal fodder and god knows...
While we bemoan the lack of fish in our rivers, we are not the only ones to suffer from aquaculture in general.
A Shocking state of affairs and once again mans greed prevails to rob the poor and plunge their future into doubt. While I agree food production in general will hardly feed the...
I'm currently having a short holiday in the North sea.
Food is great, but the beer is a bit lacking.
On my way out i was amazed at the size and colour of the algae bloom this year.
Most of the sea is milky aquamarine.
I've never seen it as vibrant before.
If SOSs theory 're volcanic ash and...
Ok maybe not everything but while we rightly condemsalmon farming because primarily it effects us salmon fishers, and putting a hellava strain on the wild stocks etc.
But have you given it a thought to what actually isn’t farmed?
There isn’t a lot of our food stuffs that isn’t farmed, and yet we...
An exclusive in todays Independent. Bit lengthy but worth a read.
Although not salmon farming related, there are parallels with the damage caused by fish farms.
The quote by the RSPB beggars belief when set against fish predation by an explosion in predators.
UK's favourite wildlife...
As the festive season draws in , and the alcohol starts flowing , id be interested to here from those that drink , or buy wine on a regular basis ,
With Supermarkets and off sales offering an endless supply of different wines from countries all over the world, and wine producers advising...
Normally a coastal bird but many seen on inland waterways and they are often blamed for high smolt predation. One of the AST conference presentations from Denmark named them as a key threat to all river fish as the coastal regions are so depleted of fish stocks the bird naturally moves up river...
This one has interested me for some years now and I think it has some relevance to the discussion on salmon stocks both at sea and in the river. It also occurs over roughly the same timeframe. Some of the available graphs are scarily similar to many I see about salmon stocks.
Now I get it that...
my second post, apart from the love of flytying during the close season i am in the lucky position of owning and hunting 2 Harris Hawks.
as one season draws to an end, the hunting season for me is very close. having stopped hunting around March time this year, the birds are left alone...