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Add To Calendar 29/04/2016 10:30:0029/04/2016 10:50:00America/Los_AngelesAsian-Pacific Aquaculture 2016HOMEMADE FISH FEED: MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF FEED QUALITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF RAW MATERAIALS VIP Room 1The World Aquaculture Societyjohnc@was.orgfalseanrl65yqlzh3g1q0dme13067DD/MM/YYYY

HOMEMADE FISH FEED: MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF FEED QUALITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF RAW MATERAIALS

Linda Rahmi*, Evi Amriawati, Edi Pramono, and Ardy W. Ramdhan
BBPBAT Sukabumi
Jl. Selabintana No. 37 Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia
hutasuhuts83@gmail.com

The high price of commercial feed, utilization of local raw materials that exist around the fish production centers and to reduce dependence on imported feed raw materials, are factors which require self-sufficiency in producing feed that can increase farmers' income and welfare. Monitoring was carried by analyzing the quality of  homemade feed and raw materials in various areas either sent directly to BBPBAT Sukabumi and monitoring results. The sourced quality of 7 homemade feeds from founding areas were tested. Of the 17 samples analysed chemically (crude protein, fat, fiber, ash, moisture and aflatoxin analysis) and compared the compatibility with artificial fish feed standard (SNI), showed that the feeds have 20-100% conformity range with feed standards. From 7 homemade feed tested aflatoxin, no samples contaminated with aflatoxins. The source of feed raw materials are contain of protein and carbohydrate which the distribution of protein sources such as fish meal and anchovies meal are in Sukabumi, Bogor, Subang, Indramayu, Cilacap, Buleleng and Purwakarta; meat meal, meat bone meal, and meat-eggshells meal are in Purwakarta and Bogor; sausages meal and tofu meal are in Sukabumi, Bandung and Bogor; shrimp meal is in Buleleng; feather meal is in West Bandung; shrimp heads meal is in  Kendari and Bogor; and carbohydrate sources such as rice bran is in Sukabumi, Bogor, Bandung, Subang and Purwakarta; tapioca, cassava flour is scattered in all districts; corn meal is in Bandung, West Bandung, Bogor and Sukabumi; and water hyacinth meal is in West Bandung and Ambarawa breeding center. Most incompatibility are because of low level of protein parameter, high level of crude fiber and ash (imprecise formulation and less qualified feed ingredients); various local fish meal quality that need laboratory test before use; and too much use of raw materials which contain high mineral, resulting in high level of ash (meat bone meal and meat-eggshells meal).

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