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KenTownley
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   Old Thread  #340 11 May 2013 at 8.59am  0  Login    Register
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You never give up, do you. Take a rest for a while...
Silverback
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   Old Thread  #339 11 May 2013 at 8.37am  0  Login    Register
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I spoke to a very well respected custom bait roller recently about BM 1. They seemed to think that the solubles were too high and that the bait would float. I mentioned my dismay at their findings and also that the recipe was a long standing one from another well respected (no names were mentioned) bait maker. They didn't reply to that bit but did suggest something lower in solubles.

Thoughts?



Smurf
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   Old Thread  #338 11 May 2013 at 8.29am  0  Login    Register
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Give it a go nick, never used the krill but the other bits have worked well in that mix at similar levels :-)
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   Old Thread  #337 10 May 2013 at 4.25pm  0  Login    Register
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alfremundo
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   Old Thread  #336 2 Apr 2013 at 5.32pm  0  Login    Register
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I'm looking to kick off my bait making by using the bs1 mix after reading this thread (which has been bloody useful). Just wondering if anyone else has made a batch? If so, what sort of flavours (if any) have you added? Cheers
2step
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   Old Thread  #335 12 Mar 2013 at 8.59am  0  Login    Register
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Taking out your semolina and replacing it with 20% predigested fm I would not recommend. Your taking out your bulk binder and replacing it with a high level soluble ingredient. Even with the other binders in your mix this wont last long in the water.

If you want to make a good fish meal bait I would completely scrap your mix and start off with smurfs recipe!

If you want a fish meal bait but don't want to scrap your other base mix why not fish with bm1 along side your birdynut mix you have?



P.s. STOP SHOUTING!
jayjay01
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jayjay01
   Old Thread  #334 11 Mar 2013 at 9.29pm  0  Login    Register
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HELLO AL THIS IS A BASE MIX I'M USING MY SELF WHAT CAN I TAKE OUT TO MAKE IT A FISH MEAL I WAS THINKIN OF TAKING AL THE SEMOLINA OUT AND PUTIN IN PRE DIGESTED FISH MEAL INSTEAD
THIS IS A 1KG MIX
150G MEGABLEND
100G PEANUT FLOUR
205 MORES CLO
50G VITAMELO MILK POWDER
200G SELMOLINA
100G WHOLEEGG POWDER
100G VINILLA MEAL
100G SUPER GOLD 60
I LOOK FORWORD TO READING YOUR MESSAGES ND MENY THANKS FOR YOUR FEED BACK
SamBarley
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   Old Thread  #333 11 Jan 2013 at 2.56pm  0  Login    Register
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Absolutely agree, its how it performs that matters, and that's another reason I am not a fan!
My point is that imo it is pointless balancing your amino level with prairie meal as I believe that a lot of those aminos will not be assimilated by the carp. That's just what I think, you obviously think that most of the aminos are usable and that's fine by me.
We will have to agree to disagree! But thanks for the chat
frenchies
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   Old Thread  #332 11 Jan 2013 at 1.49pm  0  Login    Register
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I am not disputing that, I am just saying it will never be as good as a high quality fishmeal or similar!
Unsure why people have such a hard time understanding that




i understand really well what you mean Sam. For you, corn gluten meal will never be as good as a high quality fishmeal or milk protein etc... and i agree ! when it's used alone ...

in this thread, we talk about it combined with fishmeal and both together give a good AA profile, and give a cheaper finished bait, so why using more expensive stuff ? because they are better ?

technical values on a paper are great, but i'm more convinced by my result on the bank and my own experience have proved me that it is not always the most expensive bait or ingrediant that work better
carpmanrob
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   Old Thread  #331 11 Jan 2013 at 11.21am  0  Login    Register
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i dont have a hard time-i looked at the bio value of prarie meal against fishmeal years ago-theyres no contest, but as some have mentioned-added with a few other ingredients-amino acid balance up.

then again so does poultry meal-and thats papp imo also .
SamBarley
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   Old Thread  #330 11 Jan 2013 at 11.11am  0  Login    Register
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I am not disputing that, I am just saying it will never be as good as a high quality fishmeal or similar!
Unsure why people have such a hard time understanding that
carpmanrob
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   Old Thread  #329 11 Jan 2013 at 11.04am  0  Login    Register
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There could be several reasons its used in aquaculture feeds, it doesn't mean its the best product going

yes and thats essentially as a replacement for the ever increasing cost of fishmeal, prarie meal is a damn sight cheaper !
SamBarley
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   Old Thread  #328 10 Jan 2013 at 7.30pm  0  Login    Register
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That is neither here nor there, I am not saying they will not benefit from it, I am saying that in my strong opinion it is not the best product to cover the amino requirements.
The whole point I was trying to make earlier is that I would rather spend extra on the best ingredients. Thats just me, nothing wrong with doing it another way. Smurf put this mix together as a wallet friendly mix I believe, I am sure he will agree that prairie meal is not the best source of protein for carp, having said that maybe he wont agree, Im not sure!
All I know is that it is certainly not for me, not for use of covering aminos anyway. It does have its uses though.

There could be several reasons its used in aquaculture feeds, it doesn't mean its the best product going
frenchies
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frenchies
   Old Thread  #327 10 Jan 2013 at 12.07pm  0  Login    Register
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Sam, it's not me that i think 90% of it is available, it's a couple of studies i have read that say it is !!!

yes carp don't have stomach, but it as been found that they can digest the same source of protein as pike or salmonids (that have stomach) and benefit from it .

more than one studies have stated that, it's not new ! why soybean meal or corn gluten meal is used in a lot of commercial pellets for Koļ ? if they were less digestible, or the koļ will not benefit from those protein source like fishmeal, i think most of the producer will let this meal for ruminant or other food sector and will continue with full of fishmeal pellet.

let see this link: corn gluten meal: 96% digeastible nitrogen for salmonids, i think for carp is not far from that !
http://www.feedipedia.org/node/12288
SamBarley
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   Old Thread  #326 10 Jan 2013 at 9.00am  0  Login    Register
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You think 90% of it is biologically available????
Why do you think that? The stated 90% is based on animals with complex acidic stomachs, not a simple alkaline tract that is found in carp!
Carp are not equipped to deal with such a source of protein with any efficiency.
Just because it is used in aqua culture feeds does not mean it has a high BV
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