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As if couldn't stoop low enough with his make-believe regulation on salmon farming, it just gets worse. There is basically now, ZERO regulation in the salmon farming growing business. Right at the start of wild smolt migration season šŸ˜”
Scotlandā€™s salmon farmers have welcomed a temporary relaxation of regulations that will allow them to exceed biomass limits if they are forced to delay harvests because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
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Salmon Research Mar 30
Just how ā€œessentialā€ is this industrially farmed salmon anyway? The shelves are full because nobody is eating it. Nobody is stockpiling it. Nobody wants it. It has become an albatross around Scotlands neck.
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HeidiBearKaye Mar 30
This is a hellish situation. Is there anything we can do?
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Salmon Research Mar 30
It seems not. They are operating beyond the law.
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Dave Dick Mar 31
One day this poisonous industry will be seen for what it really is. A throwback to Victorian laissez faire destructive exploitation of nature.
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David Cowan Mar 30
Just read about Marine Scotland's wish to stop salmon stocking in rivers, presumably on 'gebetic purity' grounds. Why is it OK for open-cage salmon stocking then, particularly when number of escapees considered?
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Salmon Research Mar 30
Replying to @md14bc @TerryAHearn
They donā€™t consult the people who matter and they shouldnā€™t be involved in rivers at all.
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Nevis Macdui Mar 30
Brrrroooonn envelopes under the table for corrupt coooncilers and politiciansšŸ‘ˆ
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McBlue Mar 30
What has to happen to effect change ? This ramping up of marine ecocide in our countries inshore waters with First Minister turning a blind eye. If she cannot provide responsible stewardship for our natural heritage then Independence is a non starter. Get a grip.
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