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RE: which is best
I have has the direct opposite results, I am feeding
frozen cyclop eeze and also freeze dry. The frozen is the greatest food to
come along in the frozen food area. Remember cyclop eeze is larger than
baby brine, it is not smaller, it is feed after Utah brine shrimp. I begin
feeding when fish are taking Utah brine shrimp eggs and are large enough to
eat it. I continue feeding it to all of my fish every day, regardless of
I can tell you that all killie, small coryodoras cats, all
shell dwelling cichlids and the 5r or 6 small Tanganyikan cichlids eat it
with a fervor.
My lelupi are growing faster and maintaining an amazing
yellow color as they grow, Half moon bettas are growing very fast, and
baby angels are putting on size faster. Cyclop eeze for me is the food
after baby brine.
I do occasionally crush some freeze dry when the fry are
on Utah brine shrimp to get them use to the flavor, but lately that seems
like too much work. Using it to supplement larger baby brine and supplant
it has resulted in faster growing fish and a savings on baby brine, I use
to feed all of my adult killies baby brine twice a week, that has stopped
totally and they are feed frozen cyclop eeze and another food every day.
At 12:16 AM 4/20/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Despite the reports of remarkable results other people have had with
>Cyclop-eeze, I have had less than spectacular results. Some fish have
>refused to eat it. Others have showed considerably slowed growth and finally
>others have perished. I still use it as a supplement when I do not have any
>BBS ready to go and my microworms are off stride but if you want a
>recommendation, so far I have found nothing nearly as good for fry which are
>large enough to take them as BBS. Finely ground dried food also seems to
>work for larger fry which will take non moving foods. Try putting orangda
>gold through a coffee grinder.
>By the way I really wish I could say nicer things about Cyclop-eeze, I
>really wanted it to work. Life would be easier without green water,
>microworms, BBS and vinegar eels.
>From: owner-killietalk at aka_org [mailto:owner-killietalk at aka_org]On Behalf Of
>Kendal724 at cs_com
>Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2001 12:41 AM
>To: killietalk at aka_org
>Subject: which is best
>I have a question; Which is best all around for the value (price,
>nutritional, waste, etc.) brine shrimp eggs, decapsulated brine shrimp eggs
>or cyclop-eeze? Any and all information or comments welcome. I'm going to
>have to purchase one of these or any other product that may be recommend.
> Thank you
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