Fish Meals from Fish Byproducts. High Quality Protein and Oil Approximate Composition Protein 65-70% Fat 8-12% Ash 9-17% Water 6-10%. Pollock Meal. Pictures by S. Sathive l . Commercial Fish Meal. Protein Hydrolysates. Protein Hydrolysate Processing.
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High Quality Protein and Oil
Pictures by S. Sathivel
Fish bone is combination of minerals and protein
Mineral supplements and premixes
Viscera organs include:
Dried stick water
Pigments - Phospholipids
Vitamins A & D
Chitin - Shrimp & Crab Shell
Minerals – Bone & Shell
Amino Acids, Peptides, Proteins & Enzymes
Biodegradable Packing Materials
Cosmetics Ingredients (Fish Oil)
Decorative Items (Fish Scales)
Gelatin Glues & Films
Boiler Fuel from Fish Oils
Bio-diesel from Fish Oils
Bio-gas from Processing Wastes
Standard Fish Fertilizers
Organic Fish Fertilizers
Bone Chips and Meals
Wild fish are not certified organic food by National Organic Standards Board
Wild fish fertilizer can be used to produce organic crops
Dried fish meals & protein powders from heads, viscera, frames, roe, milt, and skin
From salmon and pollock By-products
Oils from salmon heads and pollock By-products including livers are excellent sources of long chain omega-3 fatty acids
Fish bones have minerals used to fortify animal feeds and other uses
Films made from gelatin extracted from cold-water marine fish skins have unique properties
Bechtel, P. (ed.) 2003. Advances in Seafood Byproducts: 2002 Conference Proceedings. Alaska Sea Grant. 556 pps.
Bechtel, P. & Smiley, S. (eds.) 2010. A Sustainable Future: Fish Processing Byproducts. Alaska Sea Grant. 333 pps.