I fully understand the excitement of stocking a new tank. However, you have just created a huge problem for yourself. New tanks, regardless of how stable the parameters have been, need to have livestock added VERY slowly. This will give the tanks natural biological filter a change to catch up with the increase in demand. Ideally, the list you provided should be added to a new tank over 2-3 months, not all at once. Your biggest challenge now is to stay ahead of declining water conditions. This means a regular rotten of water changes done on a very frequent basis. If you wait until you have detectable NH3
it is too late. Get a jump on things. As Hara mentioned, your biological filtration is low. The best thing you can do for your tank right now is to add another 50lbs of CURED LR
to help with the increase in bioload. Resist the temptation to feed daily. In your situation feed lightly once every three days. Yes, your fish will get enough to eat.