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How are tilapia killed?

Asked: Joseph Kieser, Last Updated:

How you humanely kill tilapia fish involves three methods of stunning before bleeding them out. The first humane method is to use percussive stunning with a blunt object to the top of the fishes head above its eyes. Alternatively use the spiking method, which is also known as pithing or iki-jime.

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