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RE: Chopping black worms.
I have never bothered to cut the blackworms up. The fish will either take it
a piece of it. As the worm can continue to survive after losing part of its
anatomy, I have no fear of fouling the water. I haven't experienced any
or other problems. I feed them sparingly as I still have fears of bacterial
contamination, which may be unjustified.
Subject: Chopping black worms.
OK, I have repeatedly seen mention of chopping black worms small. Just how
do you chop these small, wrigley things?
Are there any tricks you can suggest?
<snip> Really think about feeding the breeders well on live foods for a week
or two before and during breeding. Blackworms, well washed on a daily basis
and chopped small before feeding, are one of the best conditioning foods.
Beef heart is good too, as are chopped small red earthworms.
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