Prawn farmers rebuilding after quarantine disaster
It has been almost two years since the discovery of White Spot Disease devastated the prawn farming industry in the southeast.
The seven farms on the Logan River were forced to destroy millions worth of stock, drain and then disinfect their ponds with chlorine.
Now some are beginning to restock and Alastair Dick from Gold Coast Tiger Prawns tells Mark he and the other farmers are wary but hopeful of a return to normal.
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