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milkfish

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that tilapia and milkfish are becoming susceptible to diseases which could eventually lead to death.
The experiment was designed to study the effect of microbial phytase on soybean based diet and its influence on nutrient utilization and growth performance in milkfish juveniles.
Add the warm milkfish stock to the egg-sugar mix then return the mixture to the pan.
The milkfish, for example, a popular food fish in the Philippines, represents a kind of primitive fish whose relatives are commonly found in the famous dinosaur fossil deposits of Alberta.
Pacific oysters, prawns, milkfish and tilapia will be raised in the fish farm system that consists of two fish ponds and four oyster 'raceways'.
Maritime and Fisheries Minister Freddy Numberi said Indonesian milkfish have been rejected entry to the markets of the European Union and the United States.
I am semi-retired, enjoying the company of my six grandchildren, and tending a small fishpond, raising milkfish and tiger prawns, in my hometown of Hagonoy, Bulacan province.
Cooked Stuffed Milkfish (Rellenong Bangus) is being shipped to markets in North America and elsewhere by Seachamp International Export Corp.
You might be interested in the variety of sinigangs, Filipino sour soups of either meat (pork or beef) or seafood (shrimp, milkfish or catfish).
Investors like Galicia once raised milkfish - a staple in the diet of Bataan's poor.
The initial volume ran 106 pages and carried nine articles on topics ranging from the effects of eyestalk ablation on molting, growth, reproduction, and energy budget of Macrobrachium nobilii; leguiminous seeds as protein sources for milkfish, and maintenance of genetic quality in cultured tilapia, to parasites of wild and diseased young cultured golden snappers in Malaysia, aspects of reproductive biology of stolephorid anchovies in Papua New Guinea, and experimental culture of Penaeus semisulcatus, P.