An investigation was carried out to assess the feeding lue of prawn waste as a partial or complete replacement of nsalted dried fish in the rations for growing-finishing pigs, two Large VJhite Yorkshire weanling pigs with an average body weight of 9.1 kg were distributed randomly and uniformly as far as possible to four groups (Groups I, II, m and IV) of eight animals each, with regard to age, sex and body v/eight and housed in pairs of the same sex. The four dietary treatments A, B, C and D were allotted to the pigs in the groups I, II, m and IV respectively. Of the total protein, 25 per cent in the diets A, B and C and 12.5 per cent in the diet D were provided as animal protein. Unsalted dried fish was used as animal protein source in the diets C and D. Diet C formed the control diet. In the diets A and B, 50 per cent and 100 per cent replacements respectively of animal protein from unsalted dried fish were made usincj dried prawn waste. All the animals were maintained on the respective diets with 18 per cent total protein upto an average live weight of 50 kg and with 14 per cent protein till they attained a bodv weight of 70 kg or 8 months of age, whichever was earlier, when they were slaughtered to study carcass characteristics.