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    Live Fish As Food - Nutritional Value & Concerns

    Discussion in 'General Aquaria Discussion' started by Oddball, Dec 23, 2005.

    1. Deadliestviper7

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      If u raise your own feeders,feed a balanced diet(with no goldfish) then u have almost no reason not to feed feeders.
       
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      I have a 24 " x 12" w x 15" h spare tank. What fish would be the best to get feeders for my cichlids going? I was thinking guppies, rams or convicts.
       
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      a pair of Jewel cichlids - they produce over 400 fry per clutch
       
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      Thanks Frank.
       
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      Anyone tried breeding tilapia as feeder fish? I'm going to try in a month or so. Before that, would really love to gain some more insight.

      Is it a good feeder fish? I plan to use it as a staple for the entire life of my African tiger fish.

      Right now they are on guppies and ghost shrimp diet.
       
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      And one more thing, I've bought a bunch of feeder guppies from lfs.

      Currently quarantine them for at least one week before feeding to my ATF, however each day there's around 20-30 guppies dead. Should I throw away all of them(Dead and Alive)? Or I just continue doing partial water changes and get rid of the dead guppies until no more guppies dying?
       

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