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Made In Texas

Since 1930

Family Owned

4th Generation

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1480 w-product

1480 – 32% Sinking Catfish Pellets

A ration designed to be fed when water temperatures drop below the range of 45˚ to 50˚ F. or when windy conditions exist that prevent the even distribution of floating feeds.

 

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Product Description

FEATURES

  • 32% protein
  • 1/8 inch pellet

BENEFITS

  • Allows fish to be fed during the winter months

Plant protein products, processed roughage products (9%), forage products, cane molasses, calcium carbonate, salt, vitamin A acetate, D-activated animal sterol (source of vitamin D3), vitamin E supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, riboflavin supplement, niacin supplement, calcium pantothenate, choline chloride, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), folic acid, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitrate, sodium selenite, biotin, ascorbic acid, manganese sulfate, zinc sulfate, ferrous sulfate, copper sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydriodide.

The amount of feed utilized by the fish depends primarily on water temperature and the size of the fish. However, the rate should not exceed 25 pounds per surface acre of water regardless of the number and weight of the fish. Fish grow best when the water temperature is above 70 degrees F. Typically, the amount of feed taken by the fish will vary directly with the temperature. Use the table below as a guide for feeding channel catfish from fingerlings to market or harvest size. Fish should not be fed more than they will eat in a 24-hour period.

SUGGESTED FEEDING RATES

WATER TEMPERATURE AMOUNT OF FEED
Above 70 degrees F 3% of estimated total weight of fish
60 to 70 degrees F 2% of estimated total weight of fish
45 to 60 degrees F 1% of estimated total weight of fish
*Below 45 degrees F Usually no feed

*A small amount of feed may be necessary if low temperature is prolonged. In cold weather, growth will be slow or nonexistent. During extended low water temperatures in the winter, a certain amount of feed is necessary to maintain weight.

If this feeding guide is used, the estimated total weight of all fish in a given pond must be determined each month. A simple procedure can be followed:

1. Collect by seine or other method, approximately 100 fish from the pond.

2. Count and weigh the fish. Return the fish to the pond as soon as possible.

3. Obtain the average weight per fish by dividing the number of fish collected into the pounds of fish collected.

4. Obtain estimated total weight by multiplying average weight of a single fish by the total number stacked in the ponds.

5. Calculate pounds of feed needed by multiplying the estimated total weight by the percentage of required food indicated in the above table.

Growing fish should be fed 6 days a week and at the same time and place. During cool weather, feed the fish when the highest daily temperature occurs (approximately 3:00 P.M.). Continue feeding until the fish are the desired size.

Crude Protein, min 32.00 %
Crude Fat, min 2.00 %
Crude Fiber, max 10.00 %
Phosphorus (P), min 0.50 %
DIGESTIBLE ENERGY 1112.42 Kcal/lb
PROTEIN 32.05 %
ARGININE 2.20 %
GLYCINE 1.32 %
HISTIDINE 0.69 %
ISOLEUCINE 1.22 %
LEUCINE 2.01 %
LYSINE 1.64 %
METHIONINE 0.40 %
CYSTINE 0.44 %
PHENYLALANINE 1.23 %
TYROSINE 0.80 %
SERINE 0.92 %
THREONINE 1.02 %
TRYPTOPHANE 0.38 %
VALINE 1.39 %
FAT 2.49 %
FIBER 9.66 %
ASH 8.60 %
CALCIUM 0.99 %
POTASSIUM 1.46 %
CHLORINE 0.38 %
MAGNESIUM 0.42 %
SODIUM 0.32 %
SULFUR 0.30 %
COPPER 9.24 mg/lb
IRON 90.97 mg/lb
MANGANESE 37.68 mg/lb
SELENIUM 0.11 mg/lb
ZINC 24.64 mg/lb
BIOTIN 0.21 mg/lb
CHOLINE 969.22 mg/lb
FOLIC ACID 1.21 mg/lb
NIACIN 47.95 mg/lb
PANTOTHENIC ACID 17.71 mg/lb
VITAMIN B6 6.37 mg/lb
RIBOFLAVIN 6.34 mg/lb
THIAMINE 6.45 mg/lb
VITAMIN B12 2.44 mg/lb
VITAMIN E 30.60 mg/lb
VITAMIN A 3.55 KIU/lb
VITAMIN D3 0.90 KIU/lb
VITAMIN K 2.09 mg/lb
VITAMIN C 25.00 mg/lb
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