Jimmie and Nancy Pottos shrimp farm closes for pest control

A Louisiana shrimp farm was forced to close for pest-control due to a serious outbreak of a deadly disease.

Jimmie and Nancy Potto, owners of a shrimp farm in Lake Charles, Louisiana, said they had to close because they had found a dead shrimp in their greenhouse and the bacteria had made it into the air.

The Pottoes said they would not return to the farm because of the strain of bacteria that is causing the outbreak.

“It is a nightmare, we have never experienced anything like this,” Jimmie Pottom, one of the Pottoms, told FoxNews.com.

“It is the worst nightmare I have ever had.”

Pottoms are now preparing to put the strain back into the shrimp farm.

The bacteria is in the air, but the Potsos said they will not put any shrimp in the greenhouse.

At the same time, the Potteos are looking to get rid of a number of shrimp, including some with worms.

The problem with the shrimp was found at a Pottowatomi shrimp farm, according to a Fox News report.

On Monday, a POTTOM shrimp farm is also closing for a pest control and testing, according an ABC affiliate in New York City.

The shrimp farm has not yet been identified, but it will be closed for about a week after the POTTS was notified.

The Pottoses said they were also trying to get a large number of worms removed from the farm.

They said they are still not sure if they can safely do that.

Pottom said that if they are able to keep the shrimp in, they will be bringing in shrimp from other parts of the country.

“It’s just an ongoing nightmare, it is going to be a lot of work,” he said.