herring oil

herring oil

[′her·iŋ ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Pale-yellow to dark-red liquid obtained from herring; soluble in carbon disulfide, chloroform, and ether, insoluble in water; used in soaps, in leather dressing, and as machinery lubricant.
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Items which act as distinct attractants include fish extracts such as herring oil, bait fish guts, fish slime (can also be a negative if the slime originates from a species offensive to the game fish being sought) natural bait such as worm juice, frogs, maggots and grasshopper's.
com formulates its diets to turkey with bone, be "complete and turkey heart, balanced" (as per the turkey liver, AAFCO nutrient herring oil guidelines) without the (natural source use of a of vitamin D), vitamin/mineral premix, d-alpha adding only two vitamin tocopherol sources (herring oil (natural vitamin for vitamin D and E).
7's Passacaglia rinsed with herring oil and soaked in fjord coldness.
Per press notes, "Heima," which translates as both "at home" and "homeland," features perfs of songs from all four Sigur Ros albums, many radically reworked, as well as two two new songs: "Guitardjamm," filmed inside an abandoned herring oil tank in the far west of the country, and the traditional "A ferd til Breidarfjardar 1922," performed with poet Steindor Anderson.
In the 1980s, fish processors rendered herring oil and sold it to Hawaiian pineapple growers as fertilizer, creating the first fish byproducts industry in Alaska.
flaxseed meal, eggs, herring oil, dried cane molasses .