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Brine Shrimp are a very common food for fresh and saltwater fish, but do not hold much when it comes to nutritional value, but when gut-loaded they can provide the same nutritional value of the food that is contained within the gut of the brine shrimp. Brine shrimp are commonly used to entice new, or finicky fish into eating frozen foods and can be mixed with other types of food.
Baby Brine Shrimp are perfect for fish with small mouths, fry, or finicky fish, that dont want to eat anything too large.
Standard Feeding Suggestions:
Feed only as much as your fish will consume in a 1 minute period multiple times a day. It is best to feed very small amounts multiple times a day over a single large feeding. Fish will naturally graze and scavenge for food throughout the day and by offering different foods multiple times a day will mimic their natural feeding instincts and lead to better coloration and overall healthier fish.
Feeding Fry Suggestions:
Feed as many times per day as possible. We suggest feeding small amounts multiple times a day (up to 10 times). As always with fry water quality is imperative and overfeeding can lead to poor water quality.
- 3-step sterilized
- Free of harmful bacteria
- Free of harmful parasites
- Free of foul odors
- Bio-encapsulated with multi-vitamins
- Vitamins in the animal not the water
- Similar to gut loading
- Guarantees your pet gets the vitamins
- Provides maximum nutrition for your fish
Processed Through Hikari's Mega-Power Freezer
- Retains natural color
- Retains natural shape
- Retains nutritional benefits
Crude Protein - 3.0% min
Crude Fat - 1.5% min
Crude Fiber - 0.2% max
Moisture - 95.0% max
Phosphorous - 0.01% min
Ascorbic Acid - 10 mg/kg min
Riboflavin - 2 mg/kg min
Baby Brine Shrimp Ingredients: Brine Shrimp, water, DHA oil, vitamin E supplement, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (stabilized vitamin C), thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin (vitamin B2), pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement.
NOTE: Handling a frozen food that is derived from a live animal can cause the same allergic reaction possible by handling the live animal itself. To avoid potential problems, always wash your hands immediately after use and avoid contact with your nose and mouth prior to washing.