Originally Posted by Johny
If all the eggs hatched, then yes I would think so. The last three clutches of eggs that our apple snail laid don't look like they will yield anything. But As you can see I still have a fair amount of snails to feed them still, and the larger they get the less numbers of them I need to feed. I also have a huge block of frozen blood worms and a good sized bag of frozen raw in the shell shrimp in my freezer...so I won't run out of food for them anytime soon.
I am hoping to get some red cherry shrimp soon and see if I can breed them for feeding the puffers as well. That way the snails don't have to do it all.
That's cool that you can raise that many.
I would love to keep a puffer some day but in Maine freshwater inverts are illegal to sell. I would have to raise all their food. Blood worms are a great supplement but I wouldn't want to have to file their teeth from lack of eating shells.