Redefining Essential Fatty Acid Requirements of Fishes in the Context of Rendered Fat-based Aquafeeds

Title: Redefining Essential Fatty Acid Requirements of Fishes in the Context of Rendered Fat-based Aquafeeds Principal Investigator: Jesse T. Trushenski, Southern Illinois University Keywords: Hybrid Striped Bass, Pompano, Atlantic Salmon, long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid, LC-PUFA, Trushenski, nutrition, tallow, aquaculture, Southern Illinois University, 2012 Year: 2012 Objective: Determine the relative requirements of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids … Continued

Implementation of rendered fats in aquaculture feeds: maximizing ability to tailor nutritional value of cultured finfish while minimizing reliance on marine resources

Title: Implementation of rendered fats in aquaculture feeds: maximizing ability to tailor nutritional value of cultured finfish while minimizing reliance on marine resources Principle Investigator: Jesse Trushenski Year: 2008 Scientific Abstract: Objective 1 was designed as a screening study to determine which of the rendered fats evaluated held the most promise for use in the … Continued

Feather Meal and Meat and Bone Meal in Aquaculture Feeds and Production Strategies for the Culture of Nile tilapia in Egypt

Title: Feather Meal and Meat and Bone Meal in Aquaculture Feeds and Production Strategies for the Culture of Nile tilapia in Egypt Principle Investigator: Ehab El-Haroun Year: 2008 Scientific Abstract: The results of this study highlight the importance of  meat and bone meal (MBM) as a source of P in comparison with mono-sodium phosphate (MSP) … Continued

Adding Value to Animal Protein Ingredients while Meeting the Needs of the Worldwide Aquaculture Industry

Title: Adding Value to Animal Protein Ingredients while Meeting the Needs of the Worldwide Aquaculture Industry Principle Investigator: Dominique P Bureau Year: 2008 Objective: A) Overall Objectives The overall objective of this project is to achieve a better characterization of the nutritive value of rendered animal protein ingredients currently produced in North America and add … Continued

Attractability and Palatability of Rendered Animal Proteins to Blue Shrimp, Litopenaeus stylirostris

Title: Attractability and Palatability of Rendered Animal Proteins to Blue Shrimp, Litopenaeus stylirostris Principle Investigator: George Chamberlain Year: 2008 Objective: (1) To quantify the levels of commonly recognized factors of attractability and palatability such as soluble protein, small chain peptides, free amino acids, taurine and nucleotides in four terrestrial animal protein ingredients, namely petfood-grade poultry … Continued

Replacement of Fish Meal with Mixed Rendered Animal Protein in Practical Diets for 9 Siberian Sturgeon (Acipense baeri Brandt)

Title: Replacement of Fish Meal with Mixed Rendered Animal Protein in Practical Diets for Siberian Sturgeon (Acipense baeri Brandt) Principle Investigator: Min Xue Year: 2007 Objective: 1) To evaluate a higher mixed rendered animal protein utilization level (75-100%) in diet for Siberian sturgeon on the growth performance, economical returns and somatotropic axis responsiveness to fish … Continued

Use of Animal By-Product meals in Zero Exchange Feeds for Shrimp

Use of Animal By-Product meals in Zero Exchange Feeds for Shrimp Principle Investigator:Albert G.J. Tacon Year:2006 Objective:The goal and long term objective of this  research project  is  to  improve  the economic viability and sustainability of marine shrimp culture operations within the U.S. and globally through the development of cost-effective fishmeal-free feeds using terrestrial animal by-product … Continued

Potential of using a blend of rendered animal protein ingredients to replace fish meal in practical diets for malabar grouper (Epinephelus malabricus)

Title: Potential of using a blend of rendered animal protein ingredients to replace fish meal in practical diets for malabar grouper (Epinephelus malabricus) Principle Investigator: Yan Wang and Dominique Bureau Year: 2005 Objective: The purpose of the study is to assess the potential of using a blend of PBM, MBM, FM, and BM as fish … Continued

DIGESTIBILITY, FEED UTILISATION, GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND HEALTH CRITERIA ASSESSMENT OF MEDITERRANEAN SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA) FED SELECTED ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS

Title: DIGESTIBILITY, FEED UTILIZATION, GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND HEALTH CRITERIA ASSESSMENT OF MEDITERRANEAN SEA BREAM (SPARUS AURATA) FED SELECTED ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS Principle Investigator: Simon Davies Year: 2005 Objective:The present research was conducted objectively with category three defined materials or high standard to obtain reliable information to characterize the suitability of animal by products for sea bream. … Continued