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Old 08-09-2011, 10:10 AM   #11
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Do you mean a separate tank for food?
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IMO 10G would be too big for Dwarfs since they only get about 1/2" to 1" big I believe if you want more info on them there is a well known breeder name Beth her Website is www.pekasponies.com also if you want more info you can email her @ peka@pekasponies.com she will be glad to give you tons of info on them and let you know what they need as living arrangements and feeding and keeping them healthy- HTH

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Do you mean a separate tank for food?
Yea that's correct..
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IMO 10G would be too big for Dwarfs since they only get about 1/2" to 1" big I believe if you want more info on them there is a well known breeder name Beth her Website is www.pekasponies.com also if you want more info you can email her @ peka@pekasponies.com she will be glad to give you tons of info on them and let you know what they need as living arrangements and feeding and keeping them healthy- HTH

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Thanks Frankie I'll check it out!
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as for the food I read that they only eat live baby brine shrimp and they do not do well with frozen or dried. I was planning on doing a hatchery setup like this one I found on youtube: ‪Tutorial: Brine Shrimp Hatchery‬‏ - YouTube

And whatever is left over I would put in the fridge.
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