A team of researchers from the National University of Colombia (UNC) found a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option in the waste of the poultry industry to replace the protein requirement of fish feed for aquaculture.
One of the major problems faced by Colombian fish farmers today is the availability of good quality feed having affordable prices.
Between April 2002 and March 2003, production costs increased from USD 2,263 to USD 2,959, UNC reported through its UN Journal. And while the price paid to fish producers increased by 7 per cent, food costs rose 11 per cent.
According to the Agrocadenas Observatory in Colombia, despite the fact that pet food is manufactured by firms installed in the country, most of the raw materials for making them (soybean meal, wheat bran and cassava starch, among others) are purchased abroad.
UNC scientists evaluated the biological and economic feasibility of white chicken offal, considered as waste by the poultry industry
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