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Effect of enhanced protein levels of feed on yield and storage stability of channel catfish fillets



Effect of enhanced protein levels of feed on yield and storage stability of channel catfish fillets



Research Report Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station 18(5): 1-4



Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) about 0.5 kg were fed to appetite on maize/soyabean diets containing 32% protein for 150 days (control); 38% protein for 150 days; 32% protein for 90 days followed by 38% protein for 60 days; 32% protein for 105 days then 38% protein for 45 days; and 32% protein for 120 days then 38% protein for 30 days. Fillets from these fish were stored at 18 degrees C for 6 months. Storage stability was measured by using chemical and sensory methods.

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