FISH MEAL, MENHADEN – LOW ASH

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

Low Ash Menhaden meal differs from conventional commodity fishmeal by the additional process developed to remove a large amount of the bone. The resulting meal has a significantly reduced ash content, and a corresponding increase in protein. This meal is ideal in situations where a lower mineral content is needed. This process results in a meal with a much smaller particle size.

 

 

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TYPICAL ANALYSIS:

Proximate Composition (Typical) Micro and Macro Minerals
Crude Protein 70.0 (Gtd 68 min) Calcium % 3.4
Fat 9.0 Phosphorus % 2.2
Moisture 9.7 Potassium % 1.0
Ash 13.0 Magnesium % 0.2
Digestibility (0.2%) 97.8 Sodium % 0.7
Digestibility (0.0002%) 91.1 (Gtd. 90 min) Manganese- PPM 45.2
TVN 0.16 (Gtd. 0.18 max) Iron- PPM 924.0
Boron- PPM 4.5
Amino Acids % of Sample Copper-PPM 7.8
Zinc- PPM 94.8
Aspartic Acid 6.4 Chromium- PPM 4.0
Threonine 3.0 Selenium- PPM 2.0
Serine 2.7 Strontium- PPM 66.2
Glutamic Acid 9.2 Barium- PPM 14.3
Proline 3.5 Aluminum- PPM 774.4
Glycine 5.4
Alanine 4.6
Cystine 0.7 Vitamins- MG/LB- Literature Values
Valine 3.5
Methionine 2.3 Botin 0.1
Isoleucine 3.0 Choline 1360.0
Leucine 5.1 Folic Acid 0.1
Tyrosine 2.2 Niacin 25.0
Phenylalanine 2.8 Pantothenic Acid 4.0
Histidine 2.0 Vitamin B1- Thiamine 0.3
Lysine 5.6 Vitamin B2- Riboflavin 2.2
Arginine 4.4 Vitamin B6- Pyridoxine 2.7
Tryptophan 0.7 Vitamin B12 0.1
Taurine 0.6 a- Tocopherol (IU/#) 9.5
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