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The study was conducted to compare two plant ingredients as dietary protein sources for rainbow trout on the basis of feed acceptability, survival, growth, feed conversion, nitrogen and phosphorus utilization efficiency and loading. Two extruded diets were formulated with the inclusion of a soybean ...

Author(s)
Hernandez, A. J.; Roman, D.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
Citation
Czech Journal of Animal Science, 2016, 61, 2, pp 67-74
Abstract

Increasing price and reduced availability of fish meal have prompted feed manufacturers and aquaculture producers to search for sustainable and economical alternative protein sources. The majority of these have come from plants, and many, for example soybean meal, have been successfully...

Author(s)
Welker, T. L.; Lim, C.; Barrows, F. T.; Liu, K. S.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2014, 195, pp 47-57
Abstract

Apparent and true availability of phosphorus from feedstuffs given to rainbow trout were studied. Feeds evaluated were anchovy meal, sardine meal, menhaden meal, herring meal, spray-dried blood meal, flame-dried blood meal, poultry byproduct meal, canola rapeseed meal, solvent-extracted soyabean...

Author(s)
Riche, M.; Brown, P. B.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1996, 142, 3/4, pp 269-282
Abstract

A 10-week growth trial was conducted to study the effect of partial or total replacement of fish meal by plant proteins in diets for rainbow trout, 16.2 g. Practical diets contained a fish meal-based control diet, which included brown fish meal as the only protein source (diet C1), or 5% of brown...

Author(s)
Gomes, E. F.; Rema, P.; Gouveia, A.; Teles, A. O.
Citation
Water Science and Technology, 1995, 31, 10, pp 205-211