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157. Feeding live blood worms to my fish - YouTube
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As a supplemental food or the main diet, bloodworms -- the larvae of chironomid midges -- are appreciated by all sorts of aquatic pets, including most omnivorous or carnivorous fish and many amphibians. Raising your own might not save a great deal of money, unless you have extremely large, hungry fish, and isn’t as straightforward as raising, for example, brine shrimp, but dedicated hobbyists might enjoy the challenge.
Omega One Blood Worms are genuine bloodworms, not mosquito larvae, which means their color enhancing ability is superb. Their high protein content makes them particularly effective as a conditioning food for breeding fish.
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Frozen bloodworms are a great high protein food. But way too big for small fry or smaller fish. This video will show you how to easily chop bloodworms into small bites for your fish. You will then see this chopped food fed to a variety of different fish. Brine Shrimp Direct Frozen Bloodworms are suitable for both marine and freshwater fish - the next best thing to live food.
Photo provided by FlickrSo I now know pre-soaking the freeze dried food (i have bloodworms by the way) is a good thing to do before feeding it to your fish
Photo provided by FlickrSan Francisco Bay Brand Frozen Mini Bloodworms: A favorite primary food for freshwater community aquarium fish.
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Frozen fish foods are great for getting high quality, fresh food to your fish. These foods are usually high in proteins and fats so check the label to see exactly what you're giving your fish. Manufacturers are making frozen varieties of the many tropical fish food types, including brine shrimp, beef heart, bloodworms, daphnia, krill, plankton, silversides, etc. You can sometimes get the frozen fish food in cube packs that really makes it easy to dispense.Most aquarists rinse the fresh bloodworms before feeding, and avoid adding the storage water to their aquarium, because of the possibility that they are carrying diseases. In fact, this is a concern when feeding any live food to your fish. Feeding frozen or freeze-dried worms can help to alleviate this concern.Bloodworms are available as fish food in four different varieties. While they’re not the best choice of primary food supply, I’d definitely recommend including them in your feeding schedule because they are rich in iron and great for variety. Fish will often go crazy over them, which is very amusing to watch!A Favorite For Freshwater Fish

For All Freshwater Fish

Your discus, eels, bettas, loaches and other community freshwater fish will thrive on this primary food choice. Our bloodworms are collected and packaged daily, so they retain their natural food value. Bloodworms provide essential nutrients that help maintain high energy levels and vigor in your fish.Gel food for fish is available in many ‘flavors’, including bloodworm. If you don’t want to feed pellets or flakes, it’s a great option for carnivorous fish, inverts and amphibians because the gel contains extra vitamins. If you don’t want to buy in the store, you can also make bloodworm gel food yourself by adding bloodworms to regular .One thing all fish have in common is that they enjoy a good worm. are one of the top food choices when conditioning fish for breeding, and make a good supplement for all fish. However, live Bloodworms are not always readily available, nor do they keep very long once purchased. Frozen Bloodworms are a great way to provide fresh worms for your aquarium fish. Look for the cubes, as they are easier to dispense and stay fresh longer.