Using of the Beet pulp in common Carp (Cyprinus Carpio L.)
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2008, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 194-205
AbstractAn experment with commn carp fish was conducted fpr 60 days atarted in November sixty common carp fish where used with average weight of 23.69 ± 0.02 gm and 12 fish in each treatment with Tow replicates (6 fish in each aquar) kept control between 18–23 C° by automatically programmed hot water geazer, Five treatment were obtained as a result og including beet pulp, yeast, moalsses, methionine and lysine as follow:
- Treatmemt (1) control.
- Treatmemt (2) 15% beet pulp treated with yeast plus molasses.
- Treatmemt (3) 20% Beet pulp treated with yeast plus molasses.
- Treatmemt(4) 20% Beet pulp+molasses+0.2% methionine + 0.2% methionine + 0.2% lysine.
- Treatmemt (5) % Beet pulp treated with yeast+molasses+0.2 mthioni+0.2% lysine.
The result of the experiment indicated that the best treatment was that contains 15% Beet pulp treated with yeast puls molasses which gaue the following result:
Wight gain (7.89gm), feed conversion ratio (5.05), feed conversion efficiency (19.85), protien efficiency ratio (0.79) and protrin productive value (11.89%) more over, the result indicated that ration contained (20%) Beet pulp treated with yeast with added molases caused reduction in hemologlobin (HB) (5-6) and paked cellvolume (18%).
The conclusion from this result of both exponents indicated that the possibility of using 10% of Beet pulp in normal carp fish ration and there is possibility of in creasing this percentage up to 155 when molasses is added.
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