Aquafeed Case – Tilapia Fish
Tilapia including commodity easily cultivated. Not only can be grown in freshwater, tilapia can also be cultivated in brackish waters. Tilapia fish that fall into this aquaculture commodities, in 2009 its production amounted to 323,389 tons. This figure rose compared with production rates in 2008 which amounted to 291,037 tons, a rise of 11.12 percent.
Tilapia fish from the river to nil and the surrounding lakes have several types, namely white tilapia, red tilapia and tilapia albino. In Indonesia tilapia white and red tilapia are very well developed cultivated in ponds, cages, floating nets, and rice fields. Red tilapia had a higher sale value than a white value for today and in some areas there is also a difference in trade value for tilapia in floating net. For example, in Jambi province, Nila there, to that in floating net selling value is higher than the results of tilapia production ponds. The difference is about two ribuaan. According to the farmers there tilapia in floating net more tasty than those in the pool. This has become one of the reasons why commodity tilapia in floating net is more expensive than other cultivation in containers.
Ingredients Each 100 grams of tilapia that has been cooked contain Calories 128 kcal, Protein 26 gm, Carbohydrate: 0 gm, 3 gm total fat (saturated fat: 1 gm and unsaturated fat: 2 gm), Cholesterol: 57 mg, Selenium 54.40 mcg , Vitamin B12 1.86 mcg, Niacin 4.74 mg, Phosphorus 204.00 mg, and 380 mg potassium.Benefits of tilapia is also very much like mentioned on the website kaskus.us, among other things:
High protein content, ie 16-24%, in fish that have been processed protein content can reach 35% Low fat so it does not raise cholesterol levels
Low in calories and carbohydrates making it suitable for weight-reduction programs
Contains omega 6 that is useful