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Chicken viscera for fish
feed formulation
by M.G Imam, Bau Chi State University, Nigeria




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         ish	 as	 a	 source	 of	 animal	 protein	        feeds	for	most	fish	and	crustacean	species.	               and	growth.	Catfish,	like	other	animals,	actually	
         has	 played	 an	 important	 role	 in	           This	 generally	 has	 an	 impact	 on	 the	 feed	           do	not	have	a	protein	requirement,	but	they	
         the	 nutritional	 budgeting	 of	 many	          and	production	costs	for	many	aquaculture	                 require	a	source	of	non-specific	nitrogen	and	
         nations.	Fish	production	is	becoming	           products.                                                  indispensable	amino	acids.	
a	very	important	source	of	valuable	protein	                 Over	 the	 past	 five	 decades,	 dozens	 of	               Usually,	 the	 most	 economical	 source	 of	
food.	Fishmeal	is	the	major	protein	source	in	           different	protein	and	lipid	sources	have	been	             these	 elements	 is	 a	 mixture	 of	 proteins	 in	
aquaculture	feeds.                                       evaluated	 in	 hundreds	 of	 ‘practical’	 feeding	         feedstuffs.	Ingested	proteins	are	hydrolyzed	to	
                                                         trials.	Many	of	these	trials	focused	on	replac-            release	amino	acids	that	may	be	used	for	syn-
   However,	 the	 supply	 of	 fishmeal	 is	 not	         ing	 fishmeal,	 fish	 oil	 or	 other	 high	 quality	       thesis	of	tissue	protein	or	if	in	excess,	used	for	
growing	worldwide	and	the	price	is	often	high,	          protein	 and	 lipid	 sources	 by	 putatively	 more	        energy.	Use	of	protein	for	energy	is	expensive,	
so	the	replacement	of	fishmeal	with	cheaper	             cost-effective	protein	and	lipid	sources.	What	            thus	catfish	feed	should	be	balanced	to	assure	
protein	 sources	 is	 needed.	 Chicken	 viscera	         is	 often	 overlooked	 in	 many	 trials	 is	 that	         that	 adequate	 levels	 of	 non-specific	 nitrogen,	
are	among	such	protein	sources	replacing	fish-           fishmeal	 and	 fish	 oil	 are	 complex	 ingredients	       amino	acids	and	non-protein	energy	are	sup-
meal.	 Viscera	 are	 the	 large	 organs	 inside	 the	    that	 are	 known	 to	 vary	 greatly	 in	 chemical	         plied	in	proper	proportion.
body:	 such	 as	 the	 heart,	 lungs	 and	 stomach.	      composition.	                                                  It	 is	 more	 precise	 to	 formulate	 fish	
Research	 findings	 has	 revealed	 that	 certain	            The	 raw	 material	 sources	 and	 types,	 sea-
chicken	 visceral	 organs	 such	 as	 heart	 contain	     sons,	 and	 processing	 equipment	 and	 condi-              Table 1: Amino Acids Requirements of Catfish
over	 80	 percent	 protein	 of	 excellent	 quality	      tions	 used	 in	 the	 manufacturing	 of	 these	                                                requirement
while	traditional	fishmeal	normally	contain	60	          ingredients	 all	 have	 great	 impacts	 on	 the	                           amino acids         (% of dietary
–	80	percent	high	quality	protein.                       chemical	 composition	 and	 nutritive	 value	 of	                                                protien)
                                                         these	 ingredients.	 Incorporating	 ‘20	 percent	
Fishmeal                                                 fish	meal	in	the	diet’	or	‘replacing	50	percent	                                arginine            4.3
    Fishmeal	is	the	most	important	component	            of	 the	 fish	 meal	 or	 fish	 oil	 of	 the	 diet’	 may	
                                                                                                                                         Histidine           1.5
in	 fish	 feed	 formulation.	 It	 is	 a	 commercial	     mean	 very	 different	 things	 depending	 on	 the	
                                                                                                                                       Isoleucine            2.6
product	 made	 from	 fish	 and	 the	 bones	 and	         type	 and	 chemical	 composition	 of	 the	 fish	
offal	from	processed	fish.	It	is	a	brown	pow-            meal	 and	 fish	 oil	 used	 in	 the	 study	 and	 the	                              lysine           5.1
der	 or	 cake	 obtained	 by	 drying	 the	 fish	 or	      fish	meal	and	fish	oil	levels	in	the	control	diet	                               leucine            3.5
fish	 trimmings,	 often	 after	 cooking,	 and	 then	     for	 such	 a	 reason,	 the	 composition	 of	 the	                  Methionine+cystine               2.3
grinding	it.	If	it	is	a	fatty	fish	it	is	also	pressed	   ingredients	to	be	used	for	replacing	fish	meal	
                                                                                                                        Phenylalanine+tyrosine               5.0
to	extract	most	of	the	fish	oil.	                        must	be	determined.	
                                                                                                                                       threonine             2.0
    Fishmeal	 is	 a	 nutrient-rich	 and	 high	
protein	 supplement	 feed	 ingredient	 that	             Protein and amino                                                            tryptophan             0.5
stores	 well,	 and	 is	 used	 primarily	 in	 diets	      acids utilisation                                                                 Valine            3.0
for	 domestic	 animals	 and	 sometimes	 as	 a	               Protein	 is	 the	 principal	 constituent	 of	 the	
high-quality	organic	fertilizer.	Fishmeal	and	           tissues	and	organs	of	fish	body	and	therefore	             feed	 based	 on	 amino	 acid	 requirements.	
fish	oil	replacement	has	been	the	focus	of	              an	essential	nutrient	for	both	maintenance	and	            Nutritionally,	 amino	 acids	 may	 be	 classified	
very	 significant	 research	 efforts	 and	 hun-          growth	 in	 fish.	 The	 requirement	 for	 proteins	        as	 either	 indispensable	 (essential)	 or	 dis-
dreds	 of	 scientific	 papers	 in	 recent	 years.	       in	fish	is	therefore	very	obvious	since	protein	           pensable	 (non-essentials).	 An	 indispensable	
Despite	 years	 of	 research,	 fishmeal	 and	            constitutes	more	than	45	-47	percent	of	the	               amino	 acid	 is	 one	 that	 the	 animal	 cannot	
fish	oil	remain	very	important,	quasi	essen-             tissues	dry	matter.	A	continual	supply	of	pro-             synthesize	 in	 quantities.	 Sufficient	 for	 body	
tial,	 components	 of	 successful	 commercial	           tein	is	needed	throughout	life	for	maintenance	            needs,	 thus	 they	 must	 be	 supplied	 in	 the	

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diet.	 A	 dispensable	 amino	 acid	 is	 one	 that	       rich	 in	 energy,	 minerals	 and	 essential	 fatty	               A	 chief	 and	 readily	 available	 source	
can	be	synthesized	by	the	animal	in	quanti-              acids.	It	is	used	at	levels	up	to	50	percent	in	              of	 high	 quality	 animal	 protein	 is	 chicken	
ties	 sufficient	 for	 maximal	 growth.	 Most	           catfish	fry	feeds,	up	to	12	percent	in	catfish	               viscera	 which	 are	 considered	 as	 a	 waste	
simple	 -	 stomach	 animals,	 including	 catfish	        fingerling	 feeds	 and	 from	 0-8	 percent	 in	               in	 the	 poultry	 industry.	 In	 the	 poultry	
require	 the	 same	 10	 indispensable	 amino	            grow-out	fish	feeds.	                                         processing	 industry,	 viscera	 accounts	 for	
acids.                                                       Fishmeal	remains	the	major	dietary	pro-                   nearly	 30	 percent	 of	 the	 byproducts.	
                                                         tein	 source	 in	 fish	 feed	 but	 escalating	                Fishmeal	is	a	major	protein	source	in	aqua-
Justification for chicken viscera                        cost,	 uncertainty	 unavailability	 and	 lesser	              feed	 especially	 for	 carnivorous	 species.	
as a replacement for fishmeal                            quantity	 has	 necessitated	 the	 use	 of	 other	             Increasing	 demand,	 unstable	 supplies	 and	
   Fishmeal	 is	 the	 most	 important	 compo-            protein	sources	to	reduce	feed	cost	without	                  high	prices	of	fishmeal	with	the	expansion	
nent	 in	 fish	 feed	 making.	 Fishmeal	 contains	       compromising	 growth.	 	 Therefore,	 efforts	                 of	 aquaculture	 have	 made	 it	 necessary	
60-80	 percent	 protein	 of	 excellent	 quality,	        have	 long	 been	 directed	 to	 find	 alternate	              to	 search	 for	 alternative	 protein	 sources.	
which	 is	 highly	 palatable	 to	 fish.	 Since	 fish-    protein	 sources	 of	 good	 quality	 which	 are	              Moreover,	 price	 of	 fishmeal	 is	 often	 high.	
meal	 is	 a	 good	 source	 of	 essential	 amino	         less	 expensive	 and	 readily	 available	 as	 sub-            It	 is	 necessary	 to	 replace	 fishmeal	 with	
acids,	 it	 is	 often	 used	 to	 supplement	 feeds	      stitutes	for	fishmeal	component	in	practical	                 cheaper	protein	sources.
containing	 plant	 proteins.	 Fishmeal	 is	 also	        diets.	                                                           Plant	 protein	 sources	 such	 as	 defatted	




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