Sustitución De Harina De Pescado Por Harina De Soya E Inclusión De Aditivos En El Alimento A Fin De Mejorar La Engorda Del Camarón Blanco Litopenaeus Schmitti
Álvarez Capote, J.S.
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Considering the need to help the Cuban shrimp culture industry remain profitable, and the impact that feeding has on production costs, a research series was designed to evaluate new formulations that improve white shrimp Litopenaeus schmitti growth and reduce feeding costs. Five completely randomized experiments with 3 replicates per treatment were conducted. Juveniles (0.2-0.5 g) from the experimental farm were used. Trials were conducted at the Centro de Obtención y Cría de Larvas de Santa Cruz del Sur, Camaguey, and the Complejo Camaronero de Tunas de Zaza, Sancti Spiritus. In the first trial, 40-l plastic experimental units with 10 shrimp/unit were used to test the response of L. schmitti to the partial and total substitution (46, 59, 75, 88 y 100%) of fish meal by soybean meal, using as control the formulation fed at commercial farms (S46), and defining the optimum level of substitution. After 52 days, results showed that there were no significant differences in final weight (Fw),.....
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