Aquafeed Production, Economics and Health Impact on Fish Management
By Olayinka Akintomide
Aquafeed Production, Economics and Health Impact on Fish Management Book PDF is an educative literature inscribed to foster intensive aquaculture and viable fish farming practices. There are four basic requirements in producing healthy fish I.e. good fish seed from a good source, quality feed, appropriate culture facilities and a healthy environment (water). Being aware of the fact that 60 to 80% (or sometimes more) of most farms’ recurrent expenditure is expended on feeding fish that are intensively produced, this book is fashioned towards exploring various economic means of producing quality fish feeds by incorporating some useful, cost effective natural, agricultural and or industrial products, by-products and useful wastes as feed materials, without compromising the feed quality. Included in the text are detailed highlights (with case studies) on the use of unconventional feed materials, what it takes to produce quality fish diets, feed production analysis and economics, field feed assessment techniques, proper fish feed management, aquaculture waste management and utilization strategies, nutritional health challenges and management, and a host of other aquafeed related topics. The book is thus designed to educate practicing and prospective fish farmers cum aqua-investors (and for academics) in understanding some essential details in quality aquafeed production and its economic viability.
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