The research determined the effects of crude protein levels and selected natural binders (Cassava, Corn, Rice and Yam) on feed floatability. Eight (8) diets each were prepared at 30%, 35%, 40%, 45% crude protein level. Four parts each of the diets were incorporated with raw and gelatinized binders at appropriate inclusion levels. The results obtained were significantly different (p<0.05) for inclusion levels of crude protein and pellets floatability. Cassava binder gave the best floatability percentage of 100% for all crude protein levels which floated for 60 minutes while the raw binder incorporated pellets performed poorly except for yam binder that gave 70% floatation rate at 40% crude protein levels. Thus, while considering the right polysacharides as binder for on-farm floating feed, Cassava binder is recommended.