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Old 04-22-2013, 03:01 PM   #81
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Not sure what Fuel is, but any basic multiple vitamins used for marine fishes would work fine.
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Old 04-22-2013, 03:12 PM   #82
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So, some of my Fuel would work.
Try aome garlic extract or crushed garlic and algae with the mix
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:02 PM   #84
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Gregcoyote, how small are you chopping this? Also are you using a knife? can you show a picture if you have one? Thanks alot. I want to try to do this very soon.
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Just made a batch yesterday. I used canned products this time and most of it came out of the can at the right consistency. Otherwise I chop it into pieces about 1/8" with a knife. Drain everything, i want the mash as dry as I can get it. I used salmon this time for the fish component, why it has a red cast to it. Shrimp, salmon, crab, scallops, vitachem, spiralina flakes and garlic extract. $18 and it should last 6 months. Made 8 of these packages.
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Caned products?
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:36 PM   #87
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I exact thought..... Canned Products???? I only used fresh foods and put them through the food processor. Only thing I have not added in the past was Salmon... I thought I read somewhere's that you should not add Salmon just can't remember why are were I read that at.
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Well looks like the only fish always available are.. Black Drum, Buffalo Fish, Catfish, garfish, gaspergoo, red fish, salmon, snapper, talapia and tuna. What ones would you reccomend? did you ever use talapia?
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I think any white fish is good. My fish love salmon and see no reason not to feed it. And yes, I sometimes used canned. Little nutrition difference and living in Missouri, some canned product is easier sometimes. We are freezing it anyway. The fish have never given me a negative review! I don't use a food processor much as the sizing of the bits is hard to hit with the processor. I tend to get it too fine.
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This was a good read;


http://www.reefland.com/forum/marine...nutrition.html
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