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First Aired - 10/23/2009 04:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On this week's Farm Report, Heather interviews Mark Tupper of Triad Fisheries. Mark discusses Triad's sophisticated, humane, and sustainable trolling practices, and the state of the American salmon industry as a whole.
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commercial salmon processing, why does Triad's salmon taste superior, caught fish are still actively feeding, enzymes not changed at all between catch and consumption, freezing live muscle tissue, when you thaw Triad's fish it is biologically 2 hours old, many chefs are squeamish about frozen meats but do not realize that flash freezing actually helps maintain meat and fish flavor, salmon traceability, serial numbering fish, full traceability, reduced carbon footprint by barge-shipping salmon, third-party auditing, what is the future of wild salmon in Alaskan waters?, salmon feed on herring, keeping ships up to snuff in terms of sanitation, most fisheries the fisherman come back to shore nightly, Triad keeps boats out for two weeks to reduce carbon footprint, King Salmon, Coho salmon, Triad only fishes the amount of fish they can freeze, how to make the best lox spread, www.triadfisheries.com,

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First Aired - 02/03/2011 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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No Farms, No Food! You've heard the slogan, now hear from the people behind the rally - The American Farmland Trust. David Haight returns to The Farm Report, this time live in studio! Joined by Jen Smalls, David explains the challenges that farmers and farm families facein the New York area.Learn why real estate competition is so fierce and how recent promises from government have not quite gone as planned. This year's No Farms, No Food Rally will take place on March 30th - learn more at FarmLang.org.

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