Scientists Seek A Break In Aquaculture’s Fish-Eat-Fish Chain

National Public Radio: Feeding farmed fish contributes to ocean waste, so scientists are seeking alternative food sources Aquaculture, one of the fastest growing sectors of agriculture in the U.S., combats the global dilemma of depleting wild fish populations. But a new report from the group Food & Water Watch says factory fish farms risk the health of other, stable species swimming in the sea. One of the biggest problems? The fish food. It takes about three pounds of feeder fish to produce one pound of farmed......

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