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An Initial Investigation Replacing Fish Meal With A Commercial Fermented Soybean Meal Product In The Diets Of Juvenile Rainbow Trout, Michael E. Barnes, Michael L. Brown, Kurt A. Rosen, Jason R. Sewell Jan 2012

An Initial Investigation Replacing Fish Meal With A Commercial Fermented Soybean Meal Product In The Diets Of Juvenile Rainbow Trout, Michael E. Barnes, Michael L. Brown, Kurt A. Rosen, Jason R. Sewell

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The inclusion of PepSoyGen (PSG), a commercially-available fermented soybean meal product, was evaluated with juvenile rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss in an initial 70-day feeding trial, with a supplemental trial involving a subset of the experimental diets continuing for an additional 40 d. Six diets containing 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, or 50% PSG, with the PSG directly replacing fish meal, were used in the first trial. There were no significant differences in weight gain or feed conversion ratio between the fish meal-based control diet and diets containing up to 30% PSG. However, weight gain was significantly reduced and feed conversion ...


Juvenile Rainbow Trout Responses To Diets Containing Distillers Dried Grain With Solubles, Phytase, And Amino Acid Supplements, Michael E. Barnes, Michael L. Brown, Kurt A. Rosentrater Jan 2012

Juvenile Rainbow Trout Responses To Diets Containing Distillers Dried Grain With Solubles, Phytase, And Amino Acid Supplements, Michael E. Barnes, Michael L. Brown, Kurt A. Rosentrater

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Distillers dried grain with solubles (DDGS) was evaluated in juvenile Shasta-strain rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss diets during a 36-day feeding trial. Two experimental diets containing either 10% or 20% DDGS with supplemented amino acids (lysine, methionine, isoleucine, and histidine) and phytase were compared to a fish meal-only control diet. Tanks of trout receiving diets containing either concentration of DDGS weighed significantly less at the end of the trial and had significantly poorer feed conversion ratios than tanks of fish being fed the fish mealonly control. There was no significant difference in individual fish length, weight, condition factor, or any fish ...