Use of Defatted, Glandless Cottonseed Flour and Meal in Channel Catfish Diets

Defatted, glandless cottonseed flour and meal appear to be of relatively high nutritive value for fingerling channel catfish. Growth and feed conversions were not significantly different in fish fed diets in which glandless, defatted cottonseed flour or meal replaced varying amounts of solvent extracted soybean meal. Supplemental lysine did not significantly improve fish performance.

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