Micro P~4 & P~5
Gulf Breeze Micro-P #4 and #5 have been scientifically formulated especially for P. vannamei Post Larvae from the early stages of Post Larvae through PL-20. Elevated protein content are achieved with high levels of Artemia, Plankton and Squid meal, while the Omega-3,6 Fatty Acids provide the necessary energy to continue growing and molting. Betaine is a natural, scientifically proven attractant to stimulate active feeding while providing essential Amino Acids and Fatty Acids.
Gulf Breeze Micro-P has been scientifically formulated especially for Penaeid larvae. Elevated and highly digestible protein content are achieved with high levels of Artemia, LT fish meal, fish hydrolysates and squid meal. The digestibility of the proteins is achieved with the Soft Extrusion process. This extrusion at low temperature and the addition of frozen artemia biomass maximizes the preservation of the natural quality of the proteins.
Premium lipid sources: marine lipids and phospholipids, high in Omega-3 Fatty Acids provide the necessary energy to make for a successful metamorphosis from Zoea 3 to Mysis 1 and for the more critical transition from Mysis 3 to PL-1. Along with squid meal and fish hydrolysates, Betaine is added as a natural, scientifically proven attractant to stimulate active feeding and assist in the osmoregulation.
The product also contains natural immune stimulating products such as spirulina, kelp and yeast, along with providing all essential nutrients such as vitamins, trace minerals, astaxanthin and cholesterol.
Fresh frozen brine shrimp (Artemia sp.), hydrolysate fish proteins, marine plankton, squid meal, fish oils, special yeasts, soya protein, Spirulina, Lecithin stabilized vitamin C, vitamins and minerals.
Protein: 52% min.
Lipids: 15% max.
Fiber: 0.8% max.
Ash: 11.2% max.
Moisture: 6% max.
Zoea 1: 0.5 – 1.0 gr/day/ton
Zoea 2: 1.0 – 1.5 gr/day/ton
Zoea 3: 1.0 – 2.0 gr/day/ton
Available in 20 kg plastic lined paper bag or in custom bulk packaging.
Overfeeding should be avoided by visual observation of tank bottom for uneaten food as well as daily observations of shrimp gut tract for presence of feed for sufficient feeding.