Field Document 3
FISH FEED TECHNOLOGY AND FISH NUTRITION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
A report prepared for the project
Development of Marine and Inland Aquaculture in Greece
Allen J. Matty
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1. INTRODUCTION AND TERMS OF REFERENCE
2. BACKGROUND INFORMATION
3.1 The Present Situation of Applied Research and Development in Fish Feeds/Nutrition in Greece
3.2 Types of Feed Best Suited for Various Farmed Species and Appropriate for Growth
3.3 The Species
3.3.4 Sea Bream
3.3.5 Sea Bass
3.4 Pelleted Fish Feed Production
3.6 Larval Nutrition and Feeding
3.7 Feed Resources
3.8 Impact of Feed Cost and Quality on Production Economics
4. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
4.1 Compounded Feeds
4.4 Quality Control
Appendix 1: Itinerary
1. Commercial catches in relation to total fish catches