Saturday, 5 February 2011

New feed Import In

We are always on the look out for new feeds & this month we invested in a small shipment from another source. I was very impressed in the quality of these samples & lost no time in getting them on the site. We hope to bring in more flake types from this source shortly.
We now have a really nice selection of flakes. We have only blended the green & black flakes so far & these sell as fast as I can package them.
If you want a special blend we can easily make it up for you - just drop me an e-mail. The combinations of flakes are limitless & young growing fish can be catered for with specific foods to their needs.
New items now in are -
Algae Wafers - The colour of these is really deep. I tried to capture this on camera but it's not quite as good as they look. I hate 'colouring up' food photos. They are the best spirulina wafers I have ever seen. Shaped like small leaves with each 'leaf' weighing approx 1grm. These are a chunky feed.

Vegetable Wafers - The make up of these wafers is impressive with a whole load of very useful ingredients. Look at this for a list - Wheat Germ Meal, Spirulina, Alfalfa Meal, Decalcium Phosphate, Carrot, celery, Beet, Parsley, Lettuce, Water cress, Spinach, Brewers Yeast, Soy Lecithin, Pea, Dried Kelp, Shrimp Meal, Krill Meal.

Cichlid Crisps. These are mini wafers. I don't have any Cichlids at the moment but my catfish are hovering them up. They are a sinking wafer so ideal for catfish.

Angel Flake - Specially formulated for the demands of Angelfish. This is an unusual flake packed with all sorts of flakes.

Immune Booster Flake - An unusual find. This flake is used in fish with disease problems or maybe fish under quarantine. It contains beta glucan which is known to boost the fishes internal immune system to help them fight off disease & recover faster.
We do not recommend this as a daily diet. Once now & again is OK. Over use will weaken its effectiveness when needed if they succumb to disease.

Egg Yolk Flake - This is a great flake which really smells of eggs. Rich yellow colour it's ideal to crunch up & feed young growing fish or to add to a staple diet in small quantities.