Fish farmers to SEAFDEC/AQD: Develop indigenous low-cost feed
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Iloilo City - Heeding to the long standing call of fish farmers, SEAFDEC/AQD is now putting the development of alternative feed using local ingredients in its priority list of activities. Feed cost is a major component in aquaculture comprising about 60 percent of the total production cost. It is the most important constraint to increase aquaculture production.
Fish farmers to SEAFDEC/AQD: Develop indigenous low-cost feed. (2018, March 24). Panay News, p. B3.
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