Effect of EM and feeding regime on economic efficiency of tilapia juveniles.
|Items & Treatments||Total cost (L.E)||Variable cost (L.E)||Production (kg)||Net profit (L.E)||Total Revenue (L.E)||Value added (L.E)||Operatin Ratio||Return On Costs|
|Effect of EM on economic efficiency regardless feeding regime|
|A (0% EM)||27.26||19.24||1.786||11.85||39.28||20.04||0.69||1.44|
|B (2% EM)||28.25||20.25||1.857||12.46||40.71||20.46||0.69||1.44|
|C (4% EM)||29.15||21.15||1.973||14.24||43.42||22.27||0.67||1.49|
|Effect of feeding regime on economic efficiency regardless EM|
|2/3 of the meal at the morning||28.99||20.97||1.900||12.93||41.92||20.95||0.69||1.45|
|2/3 of the meal at the afternoon||27.45||19.45||1.840||12.90||40.35||20.90||0.68||1.47|
|Effect of interaction between EM and feeding regime on economic efficiency|
A1: fish fed a control diet with 2/3 of amount daily meal in the morning, A2: fish fed a control diet with 2/3 of amount daily meal in the afternoon, B1 fish fed dietary 2% EM supplemented with 2/3 of amount daily meal in the morning, B2: fish fed dietary 2% EM supplemented with 2/3 of amount daily meal in the afternoon, C1: fish fed dietary 4% EM supplemented with 2/3 of amount daily meal in the morning and C2: fish fed dietary 4% EM supplemented with 2/3 of amount daily meal in the afternoon.
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