Hmm..can I just ask. We are constantly advised (in Europe) not to eat farmed fish and to only eat wild fish from sustainable sources. Apparently fish farms cause a lot of enviromental damage. This occurs partly through chemicals and hormones given to the fish which is ingested by other fish and also because the high density of fish on the farms leads to disease which spreads to wild fish locally. Reports in the UK have said that the next 'BSE' is likely to be from farmed fish, particularly as organophosphates (legally or not) are used excessively to control parasites. People might think I am a 'bunny hugger' type, but I try to eat meat from sustainable stocks and research my sources to ensure that they are not damaging my environment so that I can eat meat. I didn't eat meat for 20 years for this reason. I would be interested in what people think about the potential risks posed by these farms. I think there is a slightly different attitude in the USA, but I read the paper today and most schools in London (UK) are now insisting on only feeding children organic food for just these reasons. All views welcome.