CORRECTS TO REPLACE ENTIRE CAPTION, WHICH WAS INCORRECTLY ATTACHED TO THIS PHOTO - In this photo taken in July 2009, a technician dumps seafood byproducts into a hydrolysis machine at the Fishery ... more 
CORRECTS TO REPLACE ENTIRE CAPTION, WHICH WAS INCORRECTLY ATTACHED TO THIS PHOTO - In this photo taken in July 2009, a technician dumps seafood byproducts into a hydrolysis machine at the Fishery Industrial Technology Center in Kodiak, Alaska. The machine liquifies the material and breaks down protiens that can be dried into meal for aquaculture fish. For more than a decade, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has been looking into better ways to use fish heads, skin, guts and bones. But their days in the state that catches more wild fish than any other may be numbered. Alaska's only agricultural research station is on the chopping block, one of ten slated for closure by Sept. 1 as the Obama administration looks to cut $42 million from the USDA's Agricultural Research Service budget. (AP photo/University Of Alaska Fairbanks) less 
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