STUDY ABOUT THE USE OF AQUACULTURE BINDER WITH TUNA ATTRACTANT IN THE FEEDING OF WHITE SHRIMP (Litopenaeus vannamei)
The consumption of feed aquaculture (pellets) in juvenile shrimp (Litopenaeus Vannamei) was determined, 3 formulations were used: aquaculture binder with tuna attractant with pellets (M1), commercial binder with pellets (M2), and only pellets (M3). In the study was put 200 g of pellets mixed with the 2 types of aquaculture binders and only pellets, and were put in alternating feeders during the experimentation. Using the mixture 1 (M1) was obtained a consume of 83% of pellets in the feeders of the aquaculture pool, using the mixture 2 (M2) was obtained a consume of 62% of shrimp foods in the feeders, while only using pellets (M3) a consume of 79% was obtained. Differences were found between the results of the 3 mixtures tested for Litopenaeus Vannamei, being the mixture 1 (M1) that presented the greatest consume of pellets in the aquaculture shrimp. The aquaculture binder with tuna attractant (LA) presented the highest content of protein (1.90) and lysine content of 0.37%. The results showed that the aquaculture binder with tuna attraction presented superior organoleptic and nutritional characteristics that are directly related with the feeding of juvenile shrimp (Litopenaeus Vannamei).
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