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- Jan 30, 2020
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100% Frozen not counting nori.
We make our own frozen concoction which is a blend of high quality seafoods (tuna steak, scallops, crab, and others. We add pellets, fish eggs and various algaes to make it a diet consumable by all types of creatures from snails to crabs, lobster, fish and anemones. Our creatures have done really well and have great growth.1. What are all the different "types" of food that you feed your fish?
99.9 percent frozen and .1% pellets of short on time2. What is the percentage breakdown between frozen, pellet and flakes that you feed? (example: 80% frozen, 10% pellet, 10% flake?)
We just feel like the frozen seafood diet is the most natural, especially for the carnivores and omnivores but even our herbivores have eaten the seafood portion but there’s also algae and seaweed mixed in for them. Lots of times the shrimp will grab a piece of seaweed and clean stuff off of it before eating the seaweed itself3. Do you think there is an advantage of feeding one type of these foods over the other? (frozen, pellet, flake)