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Traditional, fermented soybean meals compared in feeds for marine fish

Jesse T. Trushenski, Ph.D. Artur N. Rombenso Michael Page Dave Jirsa Mark Drawbridge

Both decreased dietary fishmeal levels before growth performance was affected In trials, using both traditional and fermented soybean meals in feed allowed some decrease in dietary fishmeal levels before growth performance was affected. Feedstuffs of plant origin are commonly incorporated into feed formulations to spare fishmeal as a principal protein source. These reduced-fishmeal feeds are…

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  • Jesse T. Trushenski, Ph.D.

    Jesse T. Trushenski, Ph.D.

    Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences
    Southern Illinois University
    1125 Lincoln Drive
    Carbondale, Illinois 62901 USA

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  • Artur N. Rombenso

    Artur N. Rombenso

    Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences
    Southern Illinois University
    1125 Lincoln Drive
    Carbondale, Illinois 62901 USA

  • Michael Page

    Michael Page

    Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences
    Southern Illinois University
    1125 Lincoln Drive
    Carbondale, Illinois 62901 USA

  • Dave Jirsa

    Dave Jirsa

    Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
    San Diego, California, USA

  • Mark Drawbridge

    Mark Drawbridge

    Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
    San Diego, California, USA