In this study, plant proteins – soybean meal, fermented soybean meal and sesame meal – were evaluated as fishmeal replacements for Pacific white shrimp.
Sungchul C. Bai
A study evaluated the effects of two organic acid blends on performance, gut health and disease resistance in olive flounder. The dietary organic acids were effective in lowering total gut bacterial counts, gut Vibrio counts and in conferring resistance against
After a decade of research, Korea has produced individual glass eels for Japanese eel aquaculture. Despite dependence upon the wild seed, Japanese eel aquaculture production has been growing significantly and comprises over 27 percent of Korea’s freshwater aquaculture.
Hatcheries produce Korean rockfish seedlings in indoor tanks for sorting and grading. The fish grow well at relatively low water temperatures in net cages.
The Republic of Korea is by far the top global producer of olive flounder raised mainly in flow-through systems at land-based facilities on the coast.
Olive flounders fed a diet containing 45 percent crude protein at 4,000 kcal/kg appeared to utilize feed more efficiently than fish fed the other diets.