Fish feed equipment should first consider the energy of the feed, because the price of protein feed is higher than other energy feed, in fact, feed protein content is often given priority. Protein and energy in the diet should be kept in a relative balance. Inadequate or excessive digestive energy of the diet will reduce the growth of fish. When dietary energy is insufficient relative to protein content, dietary protein is not used for the growth of fish, but converted into energy to maintain the survival of fish; on the contrary, excessive energy in the diet will reduce the food intake of fish, thereby reducing the optimal protein requirement for fish growth and intake of other important nutrients. When the ratio of energy to nutrients in the diet is too high, a large amount of fat will accumulate in the body, which will affect the edible value of fish. The energy requirement of seawater fish is higher than that of freshwater fish.
Fish feed equipment from the processing process to see the demand for vitamins in combination with the physiological and ecological data obtained from the breeding experiment formula design, we must take into account whether the diet processing technology for vitamins. When the physical properties of feed materials are the same, mixing is very simple, but the physical properties of feed materials are various, mixing and separation problems coexist. Fish feed equipment and systems are complemented by feed processing plants and laboratories. Feed processing plants prepare and supply high-quality and efficient pellet feed according to the nutritional needs of fish at different growth and development stages. Laboratories are equipped with microscopes, super-clean tables, water quality tests and other instruments and equipment to monitor, prevent and control fish diseases, and monitor water quality. Control and feed analysis. Feed processing plants and laboratories are also matched with the system. Feed processing plants prepare and supply high-quality and efficient pellet feed according to the nutritional needs of different growth and development stages of fish.