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Small farms in the U.K. are struggling. In an attempt to diversify, some farmers have turned their land into golf courses or tried their hand at raising ostrich and llama. Many of these new ventures fail through lack of experience or short-lived fads. Currently, fish farms are booming, especially in Scotland. Peter's farmer, who looks suspiciously like a certain master carver, has replaced his sheep with fish, with disastrous results. Featured in "Troubled Waters" are salmon, carp, tilapia, and catfish – types of fish that are being farmed. And all are dead. The farmer is confounded; his faithful sheepdog looks on in pity. Inscribed on the lid is a plug for Peter's new blogsite. The interior portrays one of the hazards of fish farming that is thankfully absent in Scotland – alligators.