Fish Meal

Fish Meal

Fish meal is essentially powdered fish. It is a protein concentrate and by-product made from drying then grinding fish and fish waste. It is only used in animal feed. Fish meal can basically be anything, low grade, from the water. Look for specific fish like salmon, herring, or whitefish meal.
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