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Land-based Salmon Farms Won't Resolve ISA Outbreaks

The Atlantic Salmon Federation is raising concerns over farmed salmon with infectious salmon anemia that were allowed to grow to maturity and be harvested. They say it makes the case for land-based salmon farming in tanks. Pamela Parker, the Executive Director of the Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association, responds.


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