To control fish bacteria diseases, feeding infected fish with approved, antibiotic-medicated feed is a general practice.
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Aquaculture in India is predominately based on a few species of major freshwater carps and freshwater prawns, and Pacific white shrimp in saline water systems.
Adding supplemental nerolidol to diets of farmed tilapia improves fish growth and performance along with increasing meat quality, researchers say.
A recent study suggests that tilapia lake virus (TiLV) causes systemic infections that can move to the hosts’ reproductive organs and transmit the infection
A recent study suggests that supplementing farmed European seabass diets with Gracilaria sp. aqueous extract (GRA) can protect the fish from disease challenges
Feeding farmed fish organic instead of inorganic selenium supports fish production and increases concentration of the mineral in fish tissue providing
Supplementing sea bass diets with a higher level of taurine boosts fish growth and feed efficiency when using a low-fishmeal, high soy protein diet, researchers