A review of diet formulation strategies and feeding systems to reduce excretory and feed wastes in aquaculture

@inproceedings{Cho2001ARO,
  title={A review of diet formulation strategies and feeding systems to reduce excretory and feed wastes in aquaculture},
  author={C. Young Cho and Dominique P. Bureau},
  year={2001}
}
AbstractSignificant efforts should be devoted to reducingwaste outputs from aquaculture operations in orderto lower the environmental impacts of aquaculturein many parts of the world. Since most aquaculturewastes are ultimately from dietary origin, reductionof waste outputs should first be through improve-ments of diet formulation and feeding strategies.The first step in the production of feeds producingless solid waste is to eliminate poorly digestibleingredients (such as whole grain or grain by… CONTINUE READING

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