Ingredient %

Diets

Starter

Finishing

Fish meal (72% C.P.)

51.2

40.0

Wheat flour

20.3

22.3

Fish meal (72% C.P.)

16.0

25.2

Soybean meal (44%. C.P.)

5.0

5.0

Yeast

1.2

1.2

Dun fat*

2.5

2.5

Cod liver oil

0.5

0.5

Gelatin

1.5

1.5

Soya lecithin

1.0

1.0

Amino-vita sol**

0.3

0.3

Potassium phosphate

0.5

0.5

Chemical composition % (wet bases) Moisture

9.5

07.4

Crude protein

51.95

42.87

Crude fat

9.10

09.12

Nitrogen free extract (NFE)

8.39

19.31

Crude fiber

0.53

00.38

Ash

20.53

20.92

P/E Ratio (mg protein/kcal energy)

116.00

88.11

* Dun fat is a marine powdered lipid.
** Amino vita sol is a product composed of amino acids, vitamins and minerals. (Vitamin A 12,000,000 IU, Vitamin D3 3,200,000 IU, Vitamin E 3,200 mg, Calcium pantothonate 4,000 mg, Vitamin B1 2,000 mg, Vitamin B6 1,200 mg, Vitamin K3 800 mg, Vitamin C 4,000 mg, Lysine 2,000 mg, Folic acid 300 mg, Methionine 1,500 mg, Systeine 1,000, Threonine 1,500 mg, Tryptophan 1,500 mg, Arginine 800 mg, Glycine 700 mg, Histidine 500 mg, Leucine 400 mg, Isoleucine 900 mg, Phenylalanine 950 mg, Tyrosine 700 mg, Valine 850 mg, Calcium 3,000 mg, Phosphorus 1,500 mg, Magnesium 700 mg, Zinc 800 mg, Propel Glycol 60 m
Table 1: Feed ingredients and chemical composition of shrimp diets used for rearing shrimp (P. semisulcatus) in earthen grow-out ponds under three stocking densities and two rates of water exchange.
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