Shrimp Pellets 32 oz
great food all my regular fish eat these too. my oscar loves it too
November 2, 2011
OUTSTANDING SHRIMP PELLETS
I HAVE BOUGHT THIS PRODUCT SEVERAL TIMES. IT IS TRUE A LITTLE BIT GOES A LONG WAY. I FEED MY BIG FISH AND FRY WITH THESE AS WELL. FOR THE FRY JUST PUT A FEW IN A MEDICINE BOTTLE CAP WITH SOME TANK WATER AND LET IT SIT FOR A WHILE. ONCE ABSORBED YOU WILL HAVE A FINE MIST FOR YOUR FRY THAT WILL GET QUICKLY CONSUMED. A PERFECT ADDITION TO YOUR FEEDING REGIMINE.
October 16, 2011
Feed with Moderation
These pellets are great, and my bottom feeders love them. For the most part my top and mid feeders leave them alone. They will nip at them as they sink down, but that is usually it. I have a rafael cat that loves these pellets. Be sure not to overfeed, as the pellets get soft and fall apart. Make sure you are only feeding what will be eaten, as is true with most fish foods.
February 5, 2011
Fish like em, wallet loves the price
I have Columbian Catfish Sharks. My pair are rather finicky eaters. I have tried at least a dozen diffrent sinking pellets foods and 3/4 of them get spit back out. I bought these on a whim from local retailer and my catsharks cant get enuff of em. Pellet size varies a bit in the container but Id classify them as "Medium". The Bala sharks I have in the tank also enjoy them greatly and has resulted in MASSIVE growth since I started feed them this product. My biggest bala went from barely 2 inches at 6 months old to over 8 at 10 months. He shows no sign of stopping. My cat sharks are about a year old and already 12+ inches, gaining on average about an inch a month. Thanks a lot Wardley, now I need a bigger tank already LOL
Do note that when feeding these they soften and fall apart quickly. Feed in small doses as the fish consume them to avoid having leftover that will dirty your substrate. My plecos seem to do a good job sucking up a portion of the remains
January 8, 2013