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    Oyagoi mrbradleybradley's Avatar
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    Any fish breeders like comment ???

    Would anyone like to comment on this nutritional information as a possible fry food suppliment. I have not used this product before - its egg white powder.

    Nutritional Information

    (As per the manufacturers product specificatons)
    Typical Composition


    Protein 79.0%
    Moisture 7.0%
    Fat 0%
    Ash 6.5%
    Sugars (+ glycans) 7.5%

    Typical Microbiological Estimate
    Total Viable Count (/g) <2,000
    Salmonella (/25g) Absent
    Yeasts and moulds (/g) <10
    Bacillus cereus (/g) <50
    Enterobacteria (/10g) Absent
    Staphylococcus aureus(/g) Absent
    Listeria species (/50g) Absent

    Typical Mineral Analysis
    Sodium 1279mg/100g
    Potassium 1163mg/100g
    Chlorine 1349mg/100g
    Calcium 78mg/100g
    Phosphorus 171mg/100g
    Sulphur 1263mg/100g
    Magnesium 84mg/100g

    Amino Acid Profile Amino Acids per 100g Protein

    Isoleucine5.3g
    Leucine 8.4g
    Valine6.8g
    Lysine 6.3g
    Methionine 3.7g
    Phenylalanine5.8g
    Threonine4.5g
    Tryptophan 1.6g Other Amino Acids
    Alanine6.1gArginine 5.8g
    Aspartic Acid + Aspargine10.1g
    Cystine2.7g
    Glutamic Acid + Glutamine12.9g
    Glycine 3.4g
    Histidine 2.3g
    Proline3.8g
    Serine6.8g
    Tyrosine 3.9g

    Vitamins

    These are the levels of vitamins naturally occuring in the product, as reported by the manufacturer. This product has NOT been fortified with vitamins.
    Vitamin content (per 100g)

    Inositol 310 mg
    Choline 90 mg
    Riboflavin 22 mg
    Pantothentic Acid19 mg
    Niacin 7.1 mg
    Pyridoxine 1.6 mg
    Folic Acid 1.2 mg
    Thiamin 0.9 mg
    Biotin 0.53 mg

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    Oyagoi bekko's Avatar
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    Great amino acid profile. The traditional fry supplement is crushed boiled egg yolk. The yolk has all the fat and a higher mineral content than the whites. I'm an advocate of low-fat diets, but egg white could take it too far. But then again, if you are supplementing green water with natural forage it probably doesn't matter. What's the particle size?

    -stev

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    Oyagoi mrbradleybradley's Avatar
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    The same company sells yolk only with protien at 47% and fat at 43% plus 2% carbs!

    I have not yet seen the powder to see on size & nil is reported on the company website.

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    Sounds like a blend of the two might be a pretty good supplement. I'm only making an assumption, but since they barely have a digestive tract the extra fats may be needed early on to accelerate their energy level.
    The egg whites would definitely make for a protein boost in a growth recipe for the first 6 months through the fingerling stage...

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