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제목 Feds to compensate fish farm for ISA losses
작성자 arseidon
작성일자 2016-04-28
조회수 441
Feds to compensate fish farm for ISA losses  
    NovaNewsNow, Canada – The federal government [Canadian Food and Inspection Agency] will compensate Cooke Aquaculture for the hundreds of thousands of salmon ordered destroyed in Shelburne this week. The Canadian Food and Inspection Agency order the New Brunswick-based salmon farming company to destroy all the remaining fish on a farm of cages just outside Shelburne Harbour after the CFIA confirmed "additional cases" of infectious salmon anaemia. Two pens of fish had already been destroyed in February when officials first suspected and later confirmed ISA in those cages. ISA poses no known danger to humans.
    CFIA spokesman Guy Gravelle says an assessment team has visited the site to begin the process of determining the amount of compensation. He says the team will use information from an independent business publisher to determine market value and combine that with the age and weight of the fish. "The amounts are intended to reflect the reasonable value and combine that with the age and weight of the fish. The amounts are intended to reflect the reasonable market value that an owner could expect to receive for the fish up to the maximum of $30, as set out in the Compensation for Destroyed Animals Regulations," he said. "In addition, compensation may include costs related to the destruction and disposal of the fish." The assessment team consisted of an industry representative, two CFIA economists and a CFIA veterinarian, said Gravelle.
    The Shelburne Harbour fish farm will remain under quarantine for several months while all the fish are removed to a compost facility, and all the pens, cages and nets are cleaned and disinfected. Nell Halse, spokesperson for Cooke Aquaculture says ...

See the source (
http://tinyurl.com/7bp6975) for the full story.
For more CFIA information on infectious salmon anaemia:
·        visit www.inspection.gc.ca/aquatic 
·        call 1-800-442-2342
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