This study investigated the effects of increasing levels of dietary soybean meal (SBM) with constant taurine supply in the induction of enteritis in juvenile totoaba.
A 15-week feeding trial evaluated the replacement of fishmeal with soybean products in the diet of advanced juvenile red drum.
Soybean meal is not a viable option for partial or full fishmeal replacement in a diet for juvenile marbled rabbitfish. Results from a study in Beirut are somewhat surprising, as the herbivorous species is theoretically capable of performing well without
Studies demonstrate that hydrolyzed soy protein can be well digested and utilized by Pacific white shrimp, and that digestibility is improved through a bioprocess with the bacterium Lactobacillus spp.
A study that used DDGS to partially replace soybean meal as the primary protein source in diets for juvenile white shrimp found the growth of shrimp significantly decreased when DDGS replaced soybean meal.
Although groupers present desirable traits as an aquaculture species, the high cost of feed for the carnivorous fish limits expansion of grouper culture. The author performed two trials to evaluate the performance of tiger grouper juveniles fed soybean meal-based feeds.