"That outfitters continue to use BOTSALT despite knowing the damage it can cause is unacceptable. Hunters coming to Zambia should be aware of this and should not allow any of their trophies to be treated with BOTSALT. Please relay this information to all your subscribers and advise them to follow these simple procedures to ensure that their valuable trophies are not ruined.
"1. Confirm in advance that their outfitter is aware of the potential problem with BOTSALT and confirm that he will not allow its use on their trophies.
"2. When they get into camp, they should check the skinning shed to see what salt is being used. BOTSALT is clearly marked in bold letters on the bag.
"3. Whatever salt is used, it should be clearly labeled on the packaging that it is sea salt or at least state the country of origin. They should ensure that the bags are un-opened in original packaging as there is quite a lot of re-packaging that goes on in the smaller towns outside of Lusaka (i.e. a trader will purchase 50 kilograms of BOTSALT........(continued)