Purpose: This community service aimed to train fish farmers in Sorong City to produce artificial feed containing 30% feed protein .
Methods: The methods implemented were lectures and direct practice of making fish diets. Pearson square method was used for the feed formulation.
Results: The output of this dedication activity increased the knowledge and expertise of fish farmers to make fish feed independently so that farmers can save operational costs in farming activities.
Conclusions: This activity was attended by 10 participants and all participants could understand the concept of the training and be able to make artificial fish feed independently.
Keywords: Fish feed, Pearson square, Fish Farmer, Training
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