earthworms as fish food (fwd)
gread at actrix.gen.nz
Sun Jun 2 05:08:00 EST 1996
I don't quite know what to make of this. An odd new slant in
self-publicising, although its effectiveness may be questionable. It's
from the newsgroup for new lists, and I feel compelled to help out by
exposing Annelidans to Dr Tacon's message. Currently the list membership
can be numbered on the fingers of one hand :^) GBR.
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Mailing list for the discussion of the paper:
The use of earthworms as a food for rainbow trout Salmo Gairdneri".
by Dr. Albert G.J. Tacon, Food and Agriculture
Organization, Rome, Italy.
To obtain a reprint of the paper by air-mail, please send your
request with your postal address to: Dr. Albert Tacon
<albert.tacon at fao.org>.
This paper may be available in your library in C.A. Edwards and
E.F. Neuhauser (eds). 1988. Earthworms in waste and
environmental management. Pages 193-208. Academic Publishing,
As the use of earthworms in solid waste disposal and treatment is
on the increasing, earthworms will become a by-product which has
several potential uses. It has been used as a source of protein in
animal feeds for chickens, pigs, mice and fish and some
organizations and research institutions have studied this
extensively. This research paper reports the nutritional value of 5
species of earthworms as feed for rainbow trout.
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