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  1. Just after people's opinions on a good pellet food for sub adult angles. Currently they eat a mix of frozen blood worms, freeze dries black worms, tetra bits and ocean nutrition flake. I am looking for something else to add to the mix to put in the auto feeder. Ideally I am looking for something similar in pellet size to the tetra bits seems anything smaller and they ignore it and their mouth can not take anything bigger just yet. I have tried some of the discus specific pellets and they refuse to eat it think it is a texture thing pellets that stay hard and sink tend to get left so pellets need to be floating/slow sinking kind. Flake on the other hand they gobble down just not auto feeder friendly. Has anyone had success with angels and a floating or semi floating pellet type food should love to hear some recommendations.
  2. Get in quick Limited to the first 20 customers Limited to 1 per customer Pick up welcome at our Forest Glen warehouse to save freight 4-5mm Premium Bulk Cichlid Protein Fish Food Pellet Sink 2kg WAS $19.50 NOW $13.06 Valid until midnight Sunday 30/8/15, Not valid with any other offer Discount code - FEEDME33% Premium Bulk Cichlid & Native Food is a Sinking pellet suitable for most types of fish and formulated specifically for Larger American Cichlids & Natives. This fish food is formulated to support health, digestion and disease resistance and does not contain non digestable proteins, rather it has been made to replicate a more natural diet for most species of fish. Specifications: Product Weight: 2KG BAG Pellet size: 4 - 5 mm Suitable for most types of Aquarium fish, especially good for American Cichlids Contains natural colour enhancing agents like KRILL SINKING pellets Protein: 42% Lipid: 12% Max Fat: 8% Min Fibre 3.5% Max Moisture 11% Max Ingredients: Fishmeal (Sardine & Markerel),Krill Meal, Casava Root Meal, Wheat, Fish Oil, Corn, Soya Meal, Vitamin and other Minerals.
  3. I'm looking for two different types of wafers/pellets for my plecos. Need one that is very high in wood and vegetable matter and another that is fish meal based. Any recommendations appreciated. Cheers
  4. Yahoo it has hit and in stock. Click Here for Pricing and availability 6 Colour Enhances Chili Pepper Phaffia Yeast Krill Astaxanthin Canthaxanthin Lutein With Hikari Germ - with Beneficial, Live Micro Organisms Click Here for Pricing and availability Available in 333g Mini and Medium and 600g Medium and Mini
  5. Just wondering if anyone has any recommendations for a large sinking pellet? Would mainly be for clown knife, rays, loaches, and pims. I currently mix in with floating food massivore and carnivore but was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for something more economical as my greedy bass always grab the sinking food first before it gets the chance to get to the bottom and then they go for the floating. Have been looking around but it seems most of the larger pellets out there are floating.
  6. Hi All. We now stock a range of Genchem Shrimp products. Link - Age of Aquariums - Genchem Shrimp Foods And yes before you ask we have - No planaria arriving in the next few weeks Ben
  7. Here is the current Deal of the Week currently running at the moment. Do not forget your 10% off these prices for being a QLDAF member, just enter QLDAF in the coupon section of the payment area. Finishes on the 29/6/2012 Big 1kg Pack The Pellets are scientifically formulated for Catfish and Loaches. Some important facts about the food. 1.Trypson inhibited Soy protein, this is done because soy flour the usual protein in fish food (apart from fish meal) if untreated or heated inhibits growth. 2.These pellets are also vitamin ramped, because of heat during manufacture you loose vitamin content so hence you need to lift the vitamin levels to compensate for this. 3.All this at the end of manufacture requires spectrographic analysis to check both Vitamin Ramping any Trypson inhibition have been Achieved. 4.These pellets are also extruded not compressed. This process of pre-expansion stops the pellets from swelling in the catfishes gut, preventing bloat. I did a test where I first put favorite food, Zucchini Blanched. I waited till the Bristlenose were on the Zucchini and feeding on it, I then added the pellet. Not only did they drop off the Zucchini to eat the pellet they would also leave the fry in the caves to feed. The Bristlenose have also been breeding profusely.
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  9. So I came across this food with the description I have listed below. I would like to hear if anyone has any opinions on it? My particular interest is in the fact that it contains PSB (Photosynthetic Bacteria), which is also contained in White Crane. Does anyone know of any reputable fish foods that contain PSB? Description - An excitng new product...who doesn't want more brightly coloured fish?But read on...it gets even better than that:Azoo Foods are all labeled as a ? in 1 Specific Food System". This refers to the nine qualities which makes them so appealing, namely;Immunity, PSB Nutrition, Natural Colour Enhancement, Natural Flavour Enhancement, Rapid Growth Formulation, Vitamin Boosted, Medicinal Properties (for Liver Protection), Highly Digestable and Less Waste Producing (by means of yeast extracts which deodorize and rapidly decompose fish waste).Prized most of all is the immunity boosting quality of the Azoo foods which ALL contain Glucan (and highly nutritious PSB's).Glucan is a uniquely formed life giving compound found in embryotic plant matter. Recent research has found that the most effective healers in natures food chain are located in anti-oxidant vegetables in their freshly sprouted seed form. Glucan is an ultra potent form of these valuable plant gels which has a special molecular structure that forms intermolecular hydrogen bonds. They enter through the oxygen system and directly enhance the immune system. Glucan is widely used in cutting edge cancer treatments to eliminate and prevent tumours. It also protects against pathogens, bacteria and even viruses. Reference - http://www.aquaria.com.au/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/6_16_45/products_id/5694
  10. Hi, have any one use this pellet before? are they any good, is thinking to get some for my frontosa. what size are the pellet? Thanks
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