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ground dried fish used as fertilizer and as feed for domestic livestock

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Increasing demand of bio fertilizer in agriculture to protect the soil quality fuel the growth of fish meal based fertilizer.
Replacement 20-30% fish meal with earthworm species Eisenia foetida and Eudrilus eugeniae has improved the growth performance of several fish such as tilapia, rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss and common carp [31].
discus hannai, diets containing casein or fish meal as the protein sources were fed to abalone initially weighing 3.
The striking trend in salmon farming is a shift to a greater reliance on fish oil than fish meal," says Weber.
He also pointed out that SQS has recently taken steps to maximise the levels of beneficial nutrients in fish, such as omega-3 essential fatty acids, and minimise PCB and dioxin levels by improving processing technology and using high-quality fish meals.
Imports of fish meal have caused injury to domestic industry as local producers is facing marketing problem.
She said: ``Fish that are born and raised in fish farms are fed formulated diets primarily made of fish meal and fish oil.
The animal protein added to catfish diets is usually fish meal, meat and bone/blood meal, or poultry meal.
The American Heart Association's dietary guidelines state that to prevent secondary heart disease people should consume one fatty fish meal per day.
The Ohio State University natural resource researchers recently replaced fish meal protein with cottonseed meal protein in up to 100 percent of male and female rainbow trout's diet.
Japan's fish meal association said Wednesday it will step up security measures to prevent meat-and-bone meal (MBM) from cows, a suspected cause of mad cow disease, being mixed into their fish feed products.
Carcasses of dead, diseased salmon are ground up into fish meal and fed to other animals, including cows and chickens.
The British Food Standards Agency so far has refused to issue a formal farmed salmon-warning, but suggests a limit of one oily fish meal per week.
The ban will not apply to the use of fish meal in feed for non-ruminants (fish, pigs and poultry), and it also will not ban the use of animal fat in feed rations.