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A co-extruded soyabean poultry byproduct meal (CEPM) and a flash-dried poultry byproduct meal (FD-PBM) were evaluated as replacements for fish meal in a practical diet formulated to contain 32% crude protein and 8% lipid. Each meal was substituted for menhaden fish meal on an iso-nitrogenous basis...

Author(s)
Davis, D. A.; Arnold, C. R.
Citation
Aquaculture, 2000, 185, 3/4, pp 291-298
Abstract

The nutritional quality of three sources of rendered meat and bone meals (MBM) was evaluated as feed ingredients in diets for juvenile Litopenaeus vannamei. Two trials were conducted in this work: an in vivo apparent digestibility trial and a growth trial. The apparent digestibility coefficients...

Author(s)
Forster, I. P.; Dominy, W.; Obaldo, L.; Tacon, A. G. J.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2003, 219, 1/4, pp 655-670
Abstract

A combination of barley-based fermented grains (BFG) and wheat gluten (WG) meal (1:1 on a crude protein basis) was evaluated as an alternative protein-rich ingredient (BFG-WG) in diets for juvenile Litopenaeus vannamei. Four isocaloric diets were formulated to contain 44% protein in which protein...

Author(s)
Molina-Poveda, C.; Morales, M. E.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 2004, 35, 12, pp 1158-1165
Abstract

This article emphasizes the possibility of removing fisheries products (fish meal and fish oil) in feeds given to fish and other aquacultured species without affecting their performance (growth, feed conversion efficiency, feed intake and survival). The results of two replacement studies in red...

Author(s)
Davis, D. A.; Samocha, T. M.; Bullis, R. A.
Publisher
Perendale Publishers, Cheltenham, UK
Citation
International Aquafeed, 2005, 8, 1, pp 8-11
Abstract

A simple and practical method for quantification of feeding stimulation of shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei was developed using feed preference as an index of comparison. Feed preference was defined as the percentage of shrimp observed in each feeding tray. Preliminary trials were undertaken with two...

Author(s)
Sanchez, D. R.; Fox, J. M.; Lawrence, A. L.; Castille, F. L.; Dunsford, B.
Publisher
World Aquaculture Society, Baton Rouge, USA
Citation
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 2005, 36, 1, pp 14-23
AbstractFull Text

This article presents three separate studies on the use of NuPro, an organically certified yeast product, as an alternative protein source for tilapia Oreochromis niloticus, Pacific white shrimp and cobia Rachycentron canadum. The trial in tilapia showed that NuPro can effectively replace 100% of...

Author(s)
Craig, S. R.; McLean, E.
Publisher
Alltech UK, Stamford, UK
Citation
Nutritional biotechnology in the feed and food industries. Proceedings of Alltech's 21st Annual Symposium, Lexington, Kentucky, USA, 22-25 May 2005, 2005, pp 285-293
Abstract

Red crab meal (RCM), as a potential protein source in diets for juvenile shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei, was evaluated over a 45-day growth trial under laboratory conditions. Eight experimental diets were tested. The basal diet contained fish (tuna by-product), shrimp head and soyabean (solvent...

Author(s)
Villarreal, H.; Civera-Cerecedo, R.; Hernandez-Ilamas, A.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 2006, 37, 3, pp 293-298
Abstract

The use of a yeast-based alternative protein source (NuPro) for shrimp feeding was studied using Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei raised under organically certified production practices. NuPro contains a well-balanced amino acid profile and a crude protein level of <50%. Four 1.8-hectare ponds were stocked with PL12-16 Pacific white shrimp at a rate of 180 000 PL/pond. Three ponds were randomly assigned to the diet containing NuPro, while one pond was designated as control and was given traditional fish meal-based diet. Compost from a dairy herd was applied at a rate of 51 kg/ha every two weeks. Initially, feed was applied at 18...

Author(s)
Craig, S. R.; McLean, E.; Reid, B.
Publisher
Perendale Publishers, Cheltenham, UK
Citation
International Aquafeed, 2006, 9, 2, pp 12-14
Abstract

Fish meal (FM) has long been considered an essential ingredient for the formulation of shrimp feeds. Until recently, 12%FM was considered a minimum amount, below which weight gain would become reduced due to a reduction in feed intake. In order to test this perceived minimum value, an experiment...

Author(s)
Suárez, J. A.; Gaxiola, G.; Mendoza, R.; Cadavid, S.; Garcia, G.; Alanis, G.; Suárez, A.; Faillace, J.; Cuzon, G.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2009, 289, 1/2, pp 118-123
Abstract

Since nutrition demands a high percentage of production costs in shrimp culture, the development of dietary strategies such as the inclusion of vegetable protein sources, is a very important tool. Thus, digestibility of alternative feedstuffs for evaluating its dietary potential as shrimp feed...

Author(s)
Cabanillas-Beltran, H.; Ponce-Palafox, J. T.; Arredondo-Figueroa, J. L.; Esparza-Leal, H.; Garcia-Ulloa, M.
Publisher
Knowledgia Review, Malaysia
Citation
Asian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2013, 7, 2, pp 36-46

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