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Salmon In The Desert

Started by superscot, November 28, 2013, 02:30:24 PM

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On the day that Salmon Farming issue this
QuoteThe Scottish Salmon Company (SCC) has reported a dip in sales but said 2013 is likely to end up a better year than 2012.

In the three months to the end of September, the firm had revenues of £18.4m compared with £21.5m in 2012.

Harvest volumes during the period were 4,531 tonnes - almost 2,000 tonnes lower than the previous year.

The company operates 55 sites in the Highlands, Hebrides and Argyll and employs about 400 people.

We now get this from the Middle East, should be an interesting project

Hill loch gold

Quote from: Element on January 18, 2014, 05:49:25 PM
Pity the same aquaculture can't be done in this country; if they can do it in a desert then they can certainly do it here! There'd be an abrupt end to the argument that the sea farms cause devastation of the native wild Salmon...



bushy palmer

I missed this before. If this does work and can be done competitively as they hope to- then there really is no excuse anymore.

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