Tigger-Pods vs Tigger-Feast

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  1. Haggisman14

    Haggisman14 Active Member Build Thread Contributor

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    Hello, I see on your website that Tigger-Feast is a more concentrated version of Tigger-Pods, but what would be the benefit of feeding one over the other?

    My assumption that both arrive alive for feeding the tank, is one preferred to another? I've got a small 29 gallon biocube, that I have seeded fairly well with many pods from Algae-Barn, but now that I've got a mandarin in my tank, I'm thinking of adding some supplemental foods every now and again for him...doesn't hurt.

    Thanks!
     
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    This actually isn't correct. Tigger Pods arrive alive. Tigger Feast contains dead Tigger pods.
     
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    Reef Nutrition Active Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Thanks for posting your question here. And thanks @Brew12 for chiming in with the correct information. The benefit of Tigger-Feast is that it's full of non-live Tigger-Pods which are the same kinds of animals that mandarins chow down on. We have customers that use Tigger-Feast to train their mandarins to eat dead copepods, which can save you from constantly buying more live copepods. You can also feed the copepods in this product to other fish and corals.

    If you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

    Warmest regards,
    Chad
     
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    Tigger feast is available where?
     
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    Reef Nutrition Active Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Any retail store that carries Reef Nutrition products. Or you can buy direct from us. Here is our store finder to help you out: http://reefnutrition.com/store-locator/

    Chad
     
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    NowGlazeIT Valuable Member R2R Excellence Award Build Thread Contributor

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    None in coechella valley! these vendors need to get with the times
     
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    Reef Nutrition Active Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Many stores that have customers asking or demanding a certain brand will eventually pick it up. Let us know if you speak with any store owners, and if they are remotely interested in carrying our line. Thanks for trying!

    Chad
     
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    NowGlazeIT Valuable Member R2R Excellence Award Build Thread Contributor

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    Alright I’ll be bringing you guys up soon because I’m almost out of frozen food. There is only 2 salt water fish stores in palm desert and the next one isn’t till San Bernardino or Temecula, Aquarium Odyssey and Zen Aquatics But yet half a million people live here? makes no sense to me
     
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