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When it comes to adding meat to your fish food, there are a few great choices for you to consider.
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Flake and pellet foods are available in a range of formulations designed for specific types of fish: community fish, , herbivores, carnivores and so on. These can form an excellent staple diet for most fish.
Here are some excellent fish food options you can try for various fish types:
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Perhaps one of the easiest fish foods for a fish sitter to feed is frozen bloodworms, particularly if they come in shallow trays segmented into small squares. Then, it is simply a case of telling the sitter how many squares to feed each time. There is no need to pre-measure anything and no subjective guessing about amounts. "With the food Loaves & Fishes provides, we can feed 85 children for .22 cents each."
Photo provided by FlickrHere are the Top 10 Best Fish Food. You can find more information on each production below the tables.
Photo provided by FlickrGrindals are again easy to culture and great food for fish. They are anywhere from 1/4
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Brine shrimp is one of the most popular live foods in the hobby. Most brine shrimp available come from San Francisco or the Great Salt Lake. Brine shrimp areavailable in live, frozen, and freeze-died forms. Brine shrimp eggs are widely available for home cultivation. The young nauplii are excellent food for fry. Adult brineshrimp are suitable for small to large fish. Brine shrimp provide good roughage with their exoskeletons and do not harbor disease to affect freshwater species. come in a variety of sizes but most are for larger fish. are common, as well as like catfish or sharks. Pellets contain the same basic ingredients as flake foods, just in a different form. Some are designed to float, to feed bottom-dwellers. Try pellets for your larger fish, like Oscars, catfish, large cichlids, groupers, etc. is the most common of all fish foods and is generally the easiest to use. You simply sprinkle a little over the top of your water and the fish come up to feast! A variety of flakes are available for specific fish. is designed for a saltwater fishes' diet, while community is for freshwater fish like tetras, barbs, or angels. , as well as . The ingredients within each flake were chosen based on the natural diet of each type of fish. A flake food is a great basic staple food for all fish, each according to its type. are a great supplemental food, an excellent alternative to that can carry diseases. This type of food is all-natural, usually in whole form. They have plenty of nutritional value and flavor that your fish will crave. Available varieties include , , , and other fish favorites. All fish will eagerly feed on freeze-dried foods, though give sparingly, not as their primary diet.These shrimps are a natural food for many large fish, especially cichlids. In order to be kept alive, keep these shrimp in cool water with strong aeration.Fish go crazy for frozen food! If you have a finicky eater, try some natural frozen food- it is sure to get them to nibble! Like freeze-dried food, frozen food is in its natural form, with varieties ranging from brine shrimp, krill, mysis, and other basics, to nutritious specialty blends created for specific fish, like Discus formula or Shark formula. Frozen food will be your fishes' favorite! Feed as a supplement to their regular staple diet. A perfect alternative to live food!