Betta Fish Food

Feeding your betta fish the right food and the correct amount is extremely important when attempting to keep them healthy and thriving.  Betta fish are known to be fairly picky eaters, so it’s imperative that you find a food they like and stick to the same food pattern in their feeding schedules.  It’s also important to teach your betta to[…]

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BRINE SHRIMP HATCHERY

Hatch Fresh Baby Brine Shrimp Twice a Day This brine shrimp hatchery consists of a rack made from 1×6 pine, three bubblers and 3 empty rum bottles (1.75 liter) with the bottom cut off and the cap screwed on tight. The bottles sit on a shelf with the bottleneck inserted through a retaining hole in the shelf. Disposable bowl covers[…]

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HOW TO DECAPSULATE BRINE SHRIMP EGGS

What – De-capsulation Brine Shrimp Eggs have a hard outer shell, a cyst. This protects the dormant embryo in the wild. Dissolving the hard shell with a caustic solution is called de-capsulation. Why – healther fry / save time / save money When BBS eggs are hatched, you get un-hatched eggs sinking to the bottom, hatched eggshells floating to the[…]

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My Betta Fish Bunkhouse

My Betta Bunkhouse consists of 4 rain gutters with leaf guards each one 10’0” long. Each row holds 27 bunks (beanie baby boxes), each box holds 1/3 gallon of water. There is a 5th row above the bunkhouse for isolation of fish that I do not want to house in the bunks. The water flows clockwise. Starting in the sump[…]

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