Quality Details

Quality details of floating fish feed :

Protein Content

The protein content of fish feed is essential for the growth and development of fish. High-quality floating fish feed should have a protein content of at least 30% to support healthy growth.

Fat Content

The fat content of the feed is important for the energy needs of the fish. The ideal fat content should be between 5-15%


The feed should be easily digestible by the fish, to ensure that they can obtain the necessary nutrients from the feed.

Water Stability

Floating fish feed should remain stable in water for at least several hours. This ensures that the feed is not lost and that the fish have sufficient time to consume the feed.


The feed should be palatable to the fish, encouraging them to eat the feed and ensuring that they receive the necessary nutrients.

Vitamin and Mineral Content

The feed should contain a balanced mix of vitamins and minerals, to support the overall health of the fish.

Low Water Pollution Potential:

The feed should not contribute to water pollution by producing excess waste or uneaten feed.
Overall, high-quality floating fish feed should have a balanced mix of nutrients, be palatable and easily digestible, and have low water pollution potential.

Floating Feed

Floating pellets have moderate protein and fat contents for feeding warm- water species such as tilapia, catfish, eels, etc.

Floating pellets are more expensive to buy and more expensive for feed millers to manufacture

Sinking Feed

Sinking pellets are sometimes used in water when the fish do not regularly surface and also by pelieting some feeds it can be avoided to harm some ingredients which do not like extrusion process. It is known as a hard pellet.