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On-Farm Feeding and Feed Management in Aquaculture

By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
On-Farm Feeding and Feed Management in Aquaculture
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  • On-Farm Feeding and Feed Management in Aquaculture ISBN: 9789251079782 Paperback Apr 2014 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This technical paper reviews the current status of on-farm feeding and feed management in aquaculture. It contains a) ten case studies on feeding and feed management practices carried out in seven selected countries of Asia (i.e., Bangladesh, China, India, Thailand, Vietnam) and Africa (i.e., Egypt, Ghana) for eight species belonging to four major farmed species of freshwater finfish and shellfish: shrimp and prawns, Nile tilapia, striped catfish and Indian major carps; b) an analysis of the findings of these ten case studies and a case study for Indian major carps in India (published separately ); c) ten invited specialist reviews on feed management practices from regional and global perspectives and d) an overview of the current status of feed management practices with information drawn from the case studies, the invited reviews and other related publications

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