The Positive Impact of the Early-Feeding of a Plant-Based Diet on Its Future Acceptance and Utilisation in Rainbow Trout

  title={The Positive Impact of the Early-Feeding of a Plant-Based Diet on Its Future Acceptance and Utilisation in Rainbow Trout},
  author={Inge Geurden and Peter Borchert and Mukundh N. Balasubramanian and Johan W. Schrama and Mathilde Dupont-Nivet and Edwige Quillet and Sadasivam J. Kaushik and Stephane Panserat and Françoise M{\'e}dale},
  booktitle={PloS one},
Sustainable aquaculture, which entails proportional replacement of fish-based feed sources by plant-based ingredients, is impeded by the poor growth response frequently seen in fish fed high levels of plant ingredients. This study explores the potential to improve, by means of early nutritional exposure, the growth of fish fed plant-based feed. Rainbow trout swim-up fry were fed for 3 weeks either a plant-based diet (diet V, V-fish) or a diet containing fishmeal and fish oil as protein and fat… CONTINUE READING
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