Ronald W. Hardy, Ph.D. Ken Overturf, Ph.D. Andreas Brezas

Breaking the 20 percent soy barrier in fish feed

Improved trout line boasts good growth, no distal enteritis After 14 years of selective breeding, a line of rainbow trout grows rapidly on a high-soy diet and also does not develop distal enteritis. The trout phenotype can be a tool to further explore mechanisms of fish growth and health. The 20 percent soy barrier in…

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  • Ronald W. Hardy, Ph.D.

    Ronald W. Hardy, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture Research Institute
    University of Idaho
    Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station
    3059F National Fish Hatchery Road
    Hagerman, Idaho 83332 USA

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  • Ken Overturf, Ph.D.

    Ken Overturf, Ph.D.

    University of Idaho

  • Andreas Brezas

    Andreas Brezas

    Aquaculture Research Institute
    University of Idaho
    Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station