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Feeding Pond Fish

Fish Feeding Tips. We feed our fish to maximize and enhance their vibrant colors, growth, and longevity. Koi and goldfish are omnivorous opportunistic feeders that need a balanced diet of protein and plant matter.

      Here are Some Tips:

1. It's better to under feed than over feed.
2. In hotter months, feed when water is cooler (a.m.) and in cooler months feed when water is warmer (p.m.)
3. Allow 5-10 minutes for fish to consume their food. Remove uneaten food.
4. Feed Wheat based diets during cooler months and Staple or Color enhancing during warmer months.
5. Multiple smaller feedings are better than one or two larger ones


PondMax Fish Foods 

PondMAX Fish Foods are available in Wheat (Spring/Fall), Staple and Color Changing Pond diets. They are premium quality Koi and Gold fish foods formulated to offer great growth and color enhacement. Each bag of food is milled with the finest ingredients and bagged in a resealable bag for freshness. 

2lb, 5lb, 10lb Bags


Tetra Fish Foods

We carry Tetra Fish Diets- Pond Flakes, Pond Sticks, Variety Blend, Vacation and Koi Vibrance in several sizes.

We can also special order, inquire for more details. 

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Hikari Fish Foods

Hikari® Gold, Wheat and Staple diets, are built upon decades of koi breeding and showing experience to meet the nutritional needs of goldfish and koi while offering that desirable Japanese form. Hikari uses the highest grade of ingredients formulated in scientifically developed quantities to produce a diet that will bring the brilliant colors of your fish to life rapidly.

17.6oz, 4.4lb, 11lb Bags


 Sinking Food

Sinking Food by Microblift -transitional Food Pellets are a great way to make sure your newly added pond fish receive balanced meals while adjusting to their new surroundings. Generally, new fish are “shy” until they become more familiar with their surroundings and new neighbors. Additionally, MICROBE-LIFT/LEGACY Sinking Food Pellets are great for stressed or sick fish that don’t come to the pond’s surface and feed off the bottom of the pond.

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