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Hello, just wanted to show another food source I grow for my shrimp and snails. Algae. Just how it looks, a plastic tub filled that gets lots of direct sun, I usually fill it with old water from my planted tanks to help the process. Its a bit full ATM lol but there's a second tub underneath for extra strength. I just grab a small pinch and put it straight in my shrimp tanks, they all go nuts for it. Alternatively you could remove excess water then dehydrate it on baking paper to make a dry feed. An hour or 2 later:
Hello, so I was going to put this in diy but figured anyone can make food so its not really a diy, the more important aspect I guess I want to share or discuss is the nutrition side of things. Heres my diy shrimp/ fish food, Especially great for getting meds into your beloved critters. I in no way copied instructions on how to do this so I'm taking aaaaalll the creds lol. "Narcasist" What you'll need: (buy organic where possible but doesn't really matter) A blender(or preferably stick blender) Baking paper An oven and fan(preferably a dehydrator if you or
I have been feeding my shrimp, Shrimp Sticks from the Tropical range, since I have been keeping shrimp they love them the CRS swim away with the sticks to feed on them in peace. This link will take you straight to the information for Shrimp Sticks. http://www.tropical.pl/en/products/aquarium/foods/premium-line/bottom-feeders-foods/shrimp-sticks/ The link is self explanatory. I feed my fish a variety of foods from this range, my fish are healthier than they ever have been after using this product for the last three years. Have a look at the link and browse all foods available for your ow