Following the August collapse of net pens at Cypress Island, the state began requiring that farmed Atlantic salmon be tested for PRV before they are transferred from pens like this one at Cooke Aquaculture’s operation at Port Angeles.
Following the August collapse of net pens at Cypress Island, the state began requiring that farmed Atlantic salmon be tested for PRV before they are transferred from pens like this one at Cooke Aquaculture’s operation at Port Angeles. AP file
Following the August collapse of net pens at Cypress Island, the state began requiring that farmed Atlantic salmon be tested for PRV before they are transferred from pens like this one at Cooke Aquaculture’s operation at Port Angeles. AP file

The threat of an exotic fish virus is keeping these Atlantic salmon where they are

May 17, 2018 05:16 PM