The study of feeding preferences using radiography: oxytetracycline as a feeding deterrent and squid extract as a stimulant in diets for Atlantic salmon

  • TOFTEN H
  • JØRGENSEN E
  • JOBLING M
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Abstract

A method for identifying and confirming the efficacy of feeding stimulants and deterrents is described. Feeding studies carried out using Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., have shown that the addition of squid extract as a stimulant to feeds may lead to modification of feed intake, and may ameliorate the negative effects of unpalatability when fish are presented with medicated diets.

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  • Atlantic salmon
  • Feeding deterrents
  • Feeding stimulants
  • Oxytetracycline
  • Radiographic bioassay
  • Squid extract

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Authors

  • H. TOFTEN

  • E. H. JØRGENSEN

  • M. JOBLING

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