Clove oil and sedating koi
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As for cutting into the fins, ignoring the point on no nerve endings, you're cutting into the animal.I feel like that could unnecessarily expose the animal to infections.
In some embodiments, the linalool concentration is at least 35 ppm. A body of water according to claim 86 wherein said body of water is enclosed in a man-made enclosure. A body of water according to claim 123 wherein said man-made enclosure is sealed. A body of water according to claim 86, wherein said aquatic organism is a member of the class Chondrichthyes or Superclass Osteichthyes. A body of water according to claim 125, wherein said member of the class Chondrichthyes or Superclass Osteichthyesis selected from the group consisting of salmon, trout, char, ayu, carp, crucian carp, goldfish, roach, whitebait, eel, conger eel, sardine, flying fish, sea bass, sea bream, parrot bass, snapper, mackerel, horse mackerel, tuna, bonito, yellowtail, rockfish, fluke, sole, flounder, blowfish, filefish, sturgeon, catfish and koi. The practice of catching fish or other aquatic organisms usually involves the organisms undergoing some stress. To achieve optimum product quality during harvesting, the organisms must be maintained in a calm state. (canceled) This invention relates to improved methods for sedating, anaesthetising and/or euthanising aquatic organisms and to compositions for use in such methods. Journal of Food Science 58: 770-773; and Jerrett, A. A natural, undamaged appearance is often a critical factor in determining the final sale price of the fish.I just think sedating a fish and clipping it's fins sounds really risky to me, borderline unethical. Joey is a professional aquarist with tons of experience and really cares about the animals he keeps.As far as is it ethical I think that's not even a question that can be answered. Consequently the use of some of these materials must be discontinued at least 21 days prior to harvesting. Journal of Fish Biology: 519-520) or carbonic acid anaesthesia (Post, G.
1992: Metomidate Sedation Minimises Handling Stress in Chinook Salmon Bulletin of the Aquacultural Association of Canada 92-3: 52-54) have been used to minimise damage during handling but their potential residual toxicity to (or misuse by) humans prevents their use during harvesting.
It is therefore apparent that a need exists for a readily available food grade anaesthetic having low or no toxicity suitable for use inter alia in the harvesting of aquatic organisms. The active compound(s) may also be present with a surfactant.
A body of water containing at least one aquatic organism and linalool in a concentration of at least 5 ppm and not more than 500 ppm, wherein the p H of the water at least 5.5 and not more than 8.5. They are accordingly not appropriate for use in harvesting if the quality of the post-mortem flesh is to be maintained as near pre-mortem as is possible. % of the active ingredient, or as substantially 100 wt. The compound(s) or the admixture will usually be in solution.
Video of 'cosmetic surgery' on an Arowana Can I just get a reality check?
I've never had a fish anything like an Arowana, so I have nothing to compare this to. v=zm6HHODi ZWA When you spend that much money on a fish you want to keep it looking nice, if they weren't confident the fish would be fine I doubt they would risk it.
In each of the above-recited methods, the compound may be (S)-( )-linalool, viz. In some embodiments, the linalool concentration is at least 7 ppm.