Soy trials replace fishmeal in grouper feeds

Rossita Shapawi, Ph.D.

Carnivorous species requires high protein levels in feeds Groupers, which fetch high prices in seafood restaurants in Malaysia and elsewhere, are carnivorous fish. In culture, however, soybean meal – especially with the additional inclusion of enzymes, attractants and amino acids – can make up a significant portion of their diets. At present, soybean meal is…

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  • Rossita Shapawi, Ph.D.

    Rossita Shapawi, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor/Director
    Borneo Marine Research Institute
    Universiti Malaysia Sabah
    Jalan UMS, 88400 Kota Kinabalu
    Sabah, Malaysia

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