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1.2 mm Pellets Dry Hatchery Diet - Sustainable Aquatics

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4 oz Dry Hatchery Diet 1.2mm

SKU: 208591

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8 oz Dry Hatchery Diet 1.2mm

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Use the diet developed in a real hatchery to ensure proper nutrition for your developing fish. Sustainable Aquatics Hatchery Diet was developed through years of experience and using all the products available to create the right balance for color, vigor and health.

  • 1.2 mm Slow Sinking Pellets

 

Sustainable Aquatics Feeding Instructions - Feed twice daily as much as your fish will consume within 1-2 minutes.

 

Ingredients

  • Krill Meal
  • Fish Meal
  • Squid Meal
  • Wheat Gluten
  • Potato Starch
  • Fish Oil
  • Spirulina
  • Astaxanthin
  • Garlic Oil

 

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Crude Protein: 52% Min
  • Crude Fat: 16% Min
  • Crude Fiber: 2% Max
  • Ash: 13% Max
  • Moisture: 6% Max
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Product Questions

Which size pellets do I need 0.8 or 1.2 mm?
I have several medium size tangs, one large scribbled rabbitfish, three medium-large purple-square anthias and several smallish fish.
Question by: Sandy Lynn on Jun 3, 2016, 6:24 PM
Great question!
Realistically even with rather small fish you will be fine with the 1.2mm pellets. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor on Jun 8, 2016, 9:48 PM
I got an xmas gift of 1.2 mm slow sinking pellets from my girlfriends son who owns a fish shop that mostly sells salt water fish amongst other high end aquarium products he sent me! My question is I have a 55 gallon tank with fresh water tropical fish and wondering if this food is safe for freshwater fish? It's a community tank with a few fresh water mussels and shrimp! I fed it to them this morning and they love it! Should I continue on a daily basis?
Question by: Tom Coburn on Dec 28, 2016, 4:14 AM
Great question! Most of us in the saltwater hobby feed our tanks on a daily basis. You definitely could do the same for freshwater as well. :-)
Answer by: Randy on Jan 2, 2017, 1:38 PM