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MaynardKrebs
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Re: Infected Salmon Fit to eat

Sorry Atlantic Canada.....I'm only going to consume wild BC/Alasakan salmon for the same reasons I don't buy Chinese-grown produce - I don't trust it.



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said by MaynardKrebs:

I'm only going to consume wild BC/Alasakan salmon for the same reasons I don't buy Chinese-grown produce - I don't trust it.

Um... the virus was first detected in BC. So it's no different.


Wolfie00
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Infectious salmon anemia has been present in wild salmon populations for some 25 years....
»theglobeandmail.com/news/british···2272915/

Not disagreeing with anyone about the potential risks of ISA, or about Chinese produce. Just saying.
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booj

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said by Wolfie00:

Infectious salmon anemia has been present in wild salmon populations for some 25 years....
»theglobeandmail.com/news/british···2272915/

Of course this virus obviously originated in the wild, but it has found an incubator in farmed fish.


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said by booj:

Of course this virus obviously originated in the wild, but it has found an incubator in farmed fish.

Well, I assume it's something like putting a healthy person in a room full of people with the flu, eventually that healthy person is going to get it too. Farmed fish are 'stuck in a room'.