A study evaluated the potential of pink salmon testes meal, a fisheries byproduct, as a feed ingredient to replace fishmeal in diets fed to juvenile Pacific threadfin. Results showed the salmon testes meal contained high levels of protein, taurine and
Peter J. Bechtel
A study investigated the effects of storage temperature and duration on the quality of finished fishmeal fed to juvenile shrimp. Diets with 15 percent fishmeal were stored at 4 or 30 degrees-C for six months or 12 months.
A study of shrimp feeding demonstrated the digestibility of byproducts prepared from salmon livers, salmon milt, black cod viscera and arrowtooth heads and viscera from Alaskan fisheries processing plants.
New cost-effective additives, such as fishery byproducts, will likely be needed to meet the increasing demand for feeding stimulants by aquafeed producers.