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Soy products replace fishmeal in offshore cobia feed study

Herbert E. Quintero, Ph.D. Michael C. Cremer, Ph.D. Jairo Amezquita Dr. Francisco de la Torre Gilbert Thiriez

Colombia trials evaluate two diets of varying crude protein content In the first commercial feeding demonstration with cobia at an open-ocean cage site, the fish performed well on an experimental diet with soy protein concentrate and soybean meal as the main protein sources. Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, is a widely distributed species from the Indo-Pacific waters…

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  • Herbert E. Quintero, Ph.D.

    Herbert E. Quintero, Ph.D.

    American Soybean Association – International Marketing
    Guadalajara World Trade Center
    Ave. Mariano Otero No. 1249
    Torre Pacífico Int. B171M
    Col. Rinconada del Bosque
    Guadalajara, Jalisco, México C.P. 44530

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  • Michael C. Cremer, Ph.D.

    Michael C. Cremer, Ph.D.

    American Soybean Association – International Marketing
    Guadalajara World Trade Center
    Ave. Mariano Otero No. 1249
    Torre Pacífico Int. B171M
    Col. Rinconada del Bosque
    Guadalajara, Jalisco, México C.P. 44530

  • Jairo Amezquita

    Jairo Amezquita

    American Soybean Association – International Marketing
    Guadalajara World Trade Center
    Ave. Mariano Otero No. 1249
    Torre Pacífico Int. B171M
    Col. Rinconada del Bosque
    Guadalajara, Jalisco, México C.P. 44530

  • Dr. Francisco de la Torre

    Dr. Francisco de la Torre

    American Soybean Association – International Marketing
    Guadalajara World Trade Center
    Ave. Mariano Otero No. 1249
    Torre Pacífico Int. B171M
    Col. Rinconada del Bosque
    Guadalajara, Jalisco, México C.P. 44530

  • Gilbert Thiriez

    Gilbert Thiriez

    C. I. Antillana S.A.
    Cartagena, Colombia