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Cool-weather growth of channel catfish held in pens alone and with other species of fish



Cool-weather growth of channel catfish held in pens alone and with other species of fish



Progressive Fish-Culturist, 432: 92-95



From about 27th March to 30th April in each of 2 years 10 groups of 49 or 50 channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) of mean initial bodyweight 28 g/50 fish in the 1st year, 127 g/100 fish in the 2nd year, got commercial feed 3, 4.5 or 6% of bodyweight in 1 or more feeds daily except at weekends in the 1st trial, 4.5% of bodyweight in the 2nd trial. Groups were in pens of 4 m X 2.5 m X 1 m in a pond of 0.1 ha fed with lake water.

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DOI: 10.1577/1548-8659(1981)43[92:CGOCCH]2.0.CO;2


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