Originally Posted by paul87
Live brine shrimp is good. Most fish love it. I like Reef Chilli as a coral food. I usually feed my fish frozen foods from San Francisco Bay like frozen mysis shrimp and marine cuisine. I was actually thinking on trying LRS reef frenzy next time I get this though. Andrew carries it and speaks pretty highly of it. I've heard good things on it as well. I've never had a problem with the San Francisco Bay Brand though, and it is usually available at most LFS
's. I don't like dry flakes and pellets that much and I've tried omega one frozen and I didn't like it either as is clouds the water and contained a gel binder.
Thank you Paul. I appreciate the input. I have been using Coral Frenzy mixed with phytoplex and phytoplankton to feed the corals at work. I've been using mysis flat pack and rods reef food. I like the flat packs because you can take off what you need and no wasting. I add that to some aquarium water and then strain it through a coffee filter to get rid of any impurities then I add it to some selcon and mix with aquarium water. The fish absolutely love it. I only feed them three times a week (M-W-F) due to my tanks being at work and I'm teleworking Tuesdays and Thursdays. I hate starving them. That's one of the reasons I am bringing my tanks home this year.
I was asking the original question because if money gets a little tight I'd like to know I can still feed my fish but as cheaply as possible. That's why I wanted to try culturing some brine shrimp. I am already hatching them for my dwarf seahorses. I may look into culturing mysis shrimp as well.
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