Aquaculture feed composition helps define potential for water pollution

Sirirat Chatvijitkul Claude E. Boyd, Ph.D. D. Allen Davis, Ph.D.

Uneaten feed, feces and metabolic wastes can adversely impact water quality The most effective way of reducing the water pollution potential of feed is by using high-quality feed applied in a manner that assures culture animals fully consume it. The most effective way of reducing the water pollution potential of feed is by using high-quality…

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  • Sirirat Chatvijitkul

    Sirirat Chatvijitkul

    Sirirat Chatvijitkul
    School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences
    Auburn University
    Auburn, Alabama 36849-5419 USA

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  • Claude E. Boyd, Ph.D.

    Claude E. Boyd, Ph.D.

    School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences
    Auburn University

  • D. Allen Davis, Ph.D.

    D. Allen Davis, Ph.D.

    School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences
    Auburn University