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EARTHWORM AND MAGGOT MEALS AS A POTENTIAL FISH MEAL REPLACEMENT
Three meals were formulated from the earthworm (Endrilus eugineae) and maggot (Musca domestica) and fish (Engraulis encrosicolus). These meals were evaluated as a potential replacement for fishmeal. This is because fishmeal could be very expensive at times. The three meals were used in feeding the catfish (Heterobranchus isopterus) fry for 30 days. The study was conducted in 1991 at the Institute of Renewable Natural Resources Farm, University of Science and Technology. Two replicates were donefatcat:wmalao3tpvbpdpdtutqif6e7ni