replacement of fish meal with moringa oleifera leaf meal

ENERGY AND PROTEIN BALANCE OF NILE TILAPIA FED WITH

The study was to evaluate energy and protein balance of diet that contain extracted moringa and mulberry leaf as each 30% protein replacement for fish meal in nile tilapia diets Three diets were control prepared with fishmeal (C) diet 1 contained methanol extracted moringa (D-1) and diet 2 contained mulberry leaf (D-2) Fifteen nile tilapia

EFFECTS OF DIETARY Moringa oleifera LEAF MEAL AS A

The growth performance nutrient utilization and health status of Cyprinus carpio fed various levels of Moringa oleifera leaf meal as a replacement for soybean ISSN 1848-0586 (online) ISSN 1330-061X (print) scientific and technical journal in fisheries since 1938 sign in E-mail address: Password: Stay signed in Home Search Volumes Publishers Links Users By title By author By

Use of Moringa oleifera Leaves and Maggots as Protein

palm oil and starch produced locally The fish meal used was that made in Ghana Leaf meal of Moringa oleifera and maggot meal (Musca domestica) were obtained according to the production method of Hdji Houinato Yehouenou Sobakin and Fiogbe (2014) and Djissou Tossavi Vodounnou Toguyeni and Fiogb (2015) respectively

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This experiment was carried to determine the growth performance of weaner rabbits fed Morinda citrifolia (Noni) and Moringa olifera leaf meal mixture (MCML) as partial replacement of Soybean meal (SBM) Fifty (50) 7-8 weeks bucks cross breed rabbits (Chinchilla New Zealand White) with an average weight of 620 g and 625 g were allotted into five (5) dietary treatments of ten (10) rabbits

1 Replacing Moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) Partially by

1 Replacing Moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) Partially by Protein Replacement in 2 Soybean Meal of Fancy Carp (Cyprinus carpio) 3 4 Bundit Yuangsoi*1 and Toshiro Masumoto2 5 1 Department of Fisheries Faculty of Agriculture Khon Kaen University Khon Kaen 6 40002 Thailand 7 2 Laboratory of Fish Nutrition Faculty of Agriculture Kochi University B200

HAEMATOLOGICAL AND SERUM BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSE OF

levels of Moringa oleifera leaf meal as a replacement for soybean meal on intake haematology and serum biochemistry of rabbits so as to assess the physiological response of the animals to MOLM-based diets MATERIALS AND METHODS Experimental site and management of animals The study was carried out at the rabbitry unit of the Teaching and Research Farm University of Ibadan Ibadan

Effects of dietary inclusion of Moringa oleifera leaves on

Abstract The effect of the dietary incorporation of drumstick Moringa oleifera leaf meal (MOL 0 5 10 and 15%) on the growth feed utilization some skin mucus and systemic immune parameters and intestinal immune-related gene expression in gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) specimens The experiment lasted 4 weeks The results revealed that MOL can be incorporated in S aurata diet up to

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This experiment was carried to determine the growth performance of weaner rabbits fed Morinda citrifolia (Noni) and Moringa olifera leaf meal mixture (MCML) as partial replacement of Soybean meal (SBM) Fifty (50) 7-8 weeks bucks cross breed rabbits (Chinchilla New Zealand White) with an average weight of 620 g and 625 g were allotted into five (5) dietary treatments of ten (10) rabbits

Replacement of soybean meal with Moringa oleifera leaf

The objective of the present study was to evaluate the optimum composition of Moringa oleifera leaf meal for partial replacement of soybean meal in the formulated diets of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fingerlings A completely randomized design with five treatments of Moringa meal composition (0 8 16 24 and 32%) was utilized in this study

1 Replacing Moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) Partially by

1 Replacing Moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) Partially by Protein Replacement in 2 Soybean Meal of Fancy Carp (Cyprinus carpio) 3 4 Bundit Yuangsoi*1 and Toshiro Masumoto2 5 1 Department of Fisheries Faculty of Agriculture Khon Kaen University Khon Kaen 6 40002 Thailand 7 2 Laboratory of Fish Nutrition Faculty of Agriculture Kochi University B200

An evaluation of mixture of Moringa ( Moringa oleifera

A 56-day feeding trial was conducted to evaluate the growth performance and nutrient utilization of Clarias gariepinus juveniles fed graded levels of a mixture of Moringa oleifera leaf and kernel meal (1:1) as partial replacement for fishmeal Triplicates groups of fish (average weight 8 830 04 g) were allotted to four isonitrogenous (40% crude protein) diets containing mixture of M

Performance and Cost Evaluation of Broilers Fed Diets

Table 3: Proximate composition of Moringa oleifera leaf meal The proximate analysis results showed that moisture content was slightly lower than 6 60%-6 88% moisture content as reported by Mikore and Mulugeta [] Mikore and Mulugeta [] also reported ash content of between 15 3-15 6 crude fiber content of between 5 51-6 13 crude lipids of between 7 11-7 35 and crude protein of between 24 3-24 8

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This experiment was carried to determine the growth performance of weaner rabbits fed Morinda citrifolia (Noni) and Moringa olifera leaf meal mixture (MCML) as partial replacement of Soybean meal (SBM) Fifty (50) 7-8 weeks bucks cross breed rabbits (Chinchilla New Zealand White) with an average weight of 620 g and 625 g were allotted into five (5) dietary treatments of ten (10) rabbits

Moringaringa oleifera and Calliandra calothyrsus leaf

Fish meal 12 0 12 0 in another report by Shata et al (2018) the partial replacement of soybean meal by Moringa seed meal resulted in better feed consumption and feed conversion In laying hens Kaijage et al (2015) concluded that the addition of 5% Moringa resulted in better egg yield whereas inclusion of Calliandra led to similar egg productivity but increased feed intake when the

Replacing moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) partially by

Replacing moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) partially by protein replacement in soybean meal of fancy carp (Cyprinus carpio) Bundit Yuangsoi1* and Toshiro Masumoto2 1 Department of Fisheries Faculty of Agriculture Khon Kaen University Mueang Khon Kaen 40002 Thailand 2 Laboratory of Fish Nutrition Faculty of Agriculture Kochi University B200 Monobe Kochi 783-8502 Japan

Effects of Varying Levels of Moringa oleifera on Growth

Moringa oleifera leaf meal substituted fish meal at 0% (Control) 10% 15% 20% 25% in the five different diets Clariasgariepinus post-fingerlings (Mean weight (4 191 06g) were randomly distributed into 10 plastic bowls at 12 fish / bowl in duplicate treatments and were fed twice daily in the morning and evening for 8 weeks The Mean Weight Gain (MWG) Specific Growth Rate (SGR) Feed

Utilization of Moringa oleifera leaf meals as plant

A feeding experiment was carried out to utilize Moringa oleifera Lam leaf meals at varying inclusion levels in the fish meal based diets for Asian sea bass Lates calcarifer to determine its effects on growth feed conversion ratio (FCR) protein efficiency ratio (PER) proximate body composition and survival rates L calcarifer is a carnivorous fish that grows fast and is totally dependent

Moringa olifera Leaf Meal as an Alternative Protein Feed

Moringa olifera Leaf Meal as an Alternative Protein Feed Ingredient in Broiler Ration Etalem Tesfaye1 Getachew Animut 2 Mengistu Urge 2 and Tadelle Dessie 3 1Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Center P O Box 32 Debre Zeit Ethiopia 2School of Animal and Range Sciences Haramaya University P O Box 138 Dire Dawa Ethiopia 3International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Addis Ababa

Growth Performance and Nutrient Utilization of Clarias

achieved by the treatment 5(12 5% Moringa oleifera leaf meal) The results clearly showed that fish fed 12 5% Moringa oleifera leaf meal performed excellently well Therefore it can be concluded that Moringa oleifera leaf meal can replace Groundnut cake up to 12 5% in the nutrition of Clarias gariepinus Keywords: Growth treatment Feed conversion ratio and percentage inclusion level

An Assessment Of The Use Of Varying Levels Of Moringa

5 0 and 7 5% inclusion levels of Moringa oleifera leaf meal as a replacement for vitamin+mineral premix The result of the study showed that average final weight gain average feed intake and feed conversion ratio differed significantly (P0 05) in favour of T4 and T3 The dressing percentage as well as organ (gizzard liver and heart) weights also differed significantly(p0 05) The study

Replacement of Fish Meal with Moringa oleifera Leaf Meal

According to our results it can be concluded that costly fish meal can be replaced with cost effective plant by-product i e Moringa oleifera leaf meal upto 10% without any adverse effects on fish growth performance and nutrient digestibility of L rohita fingerlings It showed that 10% MOLM inclusion is suitable for maximum increase in fish growth performance and highest nutrient digestibility

Replacement of canola meal with Moringa oleifera leaf

29/03/2016Abstract Moringa oleifera is known as a miracle tree due to its amazing nutritional and therapeutic properties Considering its nutritional value Moringa oleifera leaf powder can be used as a non-conventional ingredient in poultry diets This study was conducted to investigate the effect of the replacement of canola meal (CM) with Moringa oleifera leaf powder (MOLP) on growth

Replacing moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) partially by

Replacing moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) partially by protein replacement in soybean meal of fancy carp (Cyprinus carpio) By Bundit Yuangsoi and Toshiro Masumoto Abstract Moringa oleifera Lam (Moringaceae) is a highly valued plant distributed in many countries of the tropics and subtropics The leaves are the protein source with an adequate profile of amino acids The present study was

Effect of moringa (Moringa oleifera) leaf meal on

Effect of moringa (Moringa oleifera) leaf meal on performance of Murrah buffalo calves Bhavna Aharwal Biswajit Roy GP Lakhani and Aayush Yadav Abstract The study was designed to evaluate the effect of Moringa oleifera leaf meal on feed intake growth performance health status and economics of Murrah buffalo calf rearing A total of 18 Murrah buffalo calves with similar body weight of either

Effects of dietary inclusion of Moringa oleifera leaves on

Abstract The effect of the dietary incorporation of drumstick Moringa oleifera leaf meal (MOL 0 5 10 and 15%) on the growth feed utilization some skin mucus and systemic immune parameters and intestinal immune-related gene expression in gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) specimens The experiment lasted 4 weeks The results revealed that MOL can be incorporated in S aurata diet up to