A Case Study on Feed Management to Improving Production and Economic Returns for the Semi-Intensive Pond Production of Litopenaeus vannamei

Published on: 01/07/2017
Author/s : D. Allen Davis, Elkin Amaya, Jesus Venero, Oscar Zelaya and David B. Rouse. / Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, Auburn University, Alabama, USA.

  Introduction Feed management is a key factor affecting water quality (Boyd and Tucker 1998, Jory 1995) and production economics in aquaculture (Jolly and Clonts 1993). Not only is the feed the initial 0source of physiological wastes, but it accounts for 55% to 60% of the operation costs in intensive systems and around 40% in semi-intensive systems (Chanratchakool et al. 1994, Lovell 1998)...

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Re: A Case Study on Feed Management to Improving Production and Economic Returns for the Semi-Intensive Pond Production of Litopenaeus vannamei
07/01/2017 | Dear Dr Allen Devis,
Thank you for your valuable information on importance on feed management in Pacific shrimp for improvement in Pond Preparation and Economic Returns.In fact we met during the workshop
organized by USSEC at Vuisakhapatnam some where during March `16.
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