General information

This brine shrimp based flake is supplemented with a nutritious blend of seafood, plankton, algae, vitamins, minerals and many other tasty ingredients. This results in great palatability and a complete balanced nutrition for healthier, robust and more colorful tropical fish. Feed as much as you fish will eat in 2-3 minutes. Distribution 3-4 times per day.

  • Highly attractive staple food for marine and tropical reef fish.
  • Contains fresh brine shrimp supplemented with a nutritious blend of seafood, plankton and algae.
  • High protein content and rich in vitamins.
  • Improves coloration and vitality while boosting the immune system.
  • Formulated and tested by aquaculture biologists. Does not cloud the water.

Ingredients

Adult brine shrimp, fish fillets, krill (Euphasia pacifica plankton), squid, mussels, refined fish oils, soy (lecithin), yeast (ß-glucans), marine fish eggs, wheat flour, brine shrimp nauplii, wheat gluten, algae, vitamins (retinol (vitamin A), cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3), tocopherol acetate (Vitamin E), L-ascorbic acid Phosphate (Vitamin C), menadione (Vitamin K3), thiamine mononitrate (Vitamin B1), riboflavin (Vitamin B2), pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), cobalamin (Vitamin B12), biotin (Vitamin H), pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5), folic acid (Vitamin B11), niacin (Vitamin B3)), minerals, antioxidants, carotenoid pigments.


Guaranteed analysis

Protein 54.0 %
Fiber 2.0 %
Fat 14.0 %
Ash 7.3 %

Packaging details

1025580, Brine Shrimp Plus Flakes, jar of 34gr

1025585, Brine Shrimp Plus Flakes, jar of 71gr

1025590, Brine Shrimp Plus Flakes, jar of 156gr

1025598, Brine Shrimp Plus Flakes, bucket of 2kg

1025599, Brine Shrimp Plus Flakes, bucket of 5kg

   


Did you know?

Beta Glucan based immune stimulants can reduce the need for antibiotics.



What are HUFA's?

Highly Unsaturated Fatty Acids (HUFA) are a subcategory of unsaturated fatty acids (FA) which contain 20 or more carbon atoms and multiple double bonds. Common HUFA encountered in fish nutrition are EPA and DHA, both omega-3 fatty acids. EPA and DHA are essential for fish health. These HUFA must either be obtained in the fish’s diet, or made through the conversion of other FA such as Linolenic Acid—although not all fish are capable of this or efficient at the process, making incorporation in the diet important. Studies suggest that fish benefit most from directly consuming the EPA and DHA as evidenced by increased rates of growth and survival. Why don’t you give your fish a HUFA boost by feeding them with our HUFA enriched artemia?

What are HUFA's?

Highly Unsaturated Fatty Acids (HUFA) are a subcategory of unsaturated fatty acids (FA) which contain 20 or more carbon atoms and multiple double bonds. Common HUFA encountered in fish nutrition are EPA and DHA, both omega-3 fatty acids. EPA and DHA are essential for fish health. These HUFA must either be obtained in the fish’s diet, or made through the conversion of other FA such as Linolenic Acid—although not all fish are capable of this or efficient at the process, making incorporation in the diet important. Studies suggest that fish benefit most from directly consuming the EPA and DHA as evidenced by increased rates of growth and survival. Why don’t you give your fish a HUFA boost by feeding them with our HUFA enriched artemia?

Do I need to vary my fish’s diet?

Put it this way… Would you like to eat mash potatoes every day? In principle our flakes and pellets are manufactured to meet all your fish’s dietary requirements. Your fish will live perfectly happy if fed exclusively on our flake range. By combining frozen formulas feeds and the appropriate flakes or pellets, you will bring a little more excitement in your fish’s life. For instance, its well known in the hobby that daphnia (frozen) can trigger breeding responses. Variation in a fish’s diet is not only changing flakes and frozen food but also the way of presenting food. Tools such as our grid feeder for example encourage fish to feed in a ‘natural way’.

Why should I use the feeding station?

There are several reasons why one can use the feeding station. For instance it’s a good idea to use is if your tank is equipped with an over flow type set-up. It will reduce the amount of uneaten food going straight into the filter. Competition at feeding time can sometimes be quite fierce in the tank so it’s also a good tool to create a diversion and target the slower moving fish. Any flake can be used in conjunction with the feeding station.


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