brine shrim eggs

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28 Jan 2016 21:32 #1 by alan 64 (alan)
Anyone know the best place to get them and also how long the take before there ready to feed fry with

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28 Jan 2016 21:42 #2 by JohnH (John)
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Alan,
Colin did quite a good article in this respect several years ago.
www.irishfishkeepers.com/articles/51-foods-and-feeding?start=5
As to getting eggs, you should be able to get some at Seahorse, but if you want bulk quantities I'll send you a PM.
John

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N. Tipp

We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl - year after year.


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It's a long way to Tipperary.

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28 Jan 2016 23:41 #3 by alan 64 (alan)
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Thanks john il have a read of that also send me pm

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29 Jan 2016 21:44 #4 by Eric (Eric Corcoran)
Don't buy that JBL crap. Terrible hatch rate. I got some from Kevin (Homer) who in turn got it from John if I remember correct and it was the best hatch rate ive ever had

Eric

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29 Jan 2016 22:00 #5 by ger310 (Ger .)
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And don't buy them hatchery's either.......so so easy to make your self,in fact I might still have my old homemade one down in the shed somewhere if you want it.......i'll have a look tomorrow ok

Ger

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A Wonkey....duh ha :)

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29 Jan 2016 22:17 #6 by alan 64 (alan)
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Thanks ger have a look and if i need it il pop over to ye

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