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Make and Grow Your Own Tropical Fish Foods: Give your pets a better diet and save money

Make and Grow Your Own Tropical Fish Foods: Give your pets a better diet and save money

Gary C. Sutcliffe | 2018 | ISBN: 1983299995 | English | 156 pages | ePUB | 4 MB

Most people who keep tropical fish in aquariums feed them flake food or pellets purchased at a store. Fish fed these foods will do fine for the most part, but a partial diet of easy to make or grow foods help the fish display their best colors, encourage breeding, and are essential for raising baby fish.Surprisingly you may already have some of these foods in your kitchen or can get them at the local grocery store. This book shows you how to select and prepare human foods for your pets.Most fish in the wild eat small worms, insects, shrimp, and other small animals. The next step is to raise one or more of these yourself. This book explains how to culture over a dozen types of live foods for fish using materials found at home or the grocery store. There is an emphasis on sourcing starter cultures and materials at low cost Making and Growing Your Own Tropical Fish Food gives readers the ability to provide their aquarium fish a better diet for less money.

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