MY LFS got a ton of that in as samples....of course they gave me some to try.....I'm one of their regular customers....lol....Ive used the tropical version first.....my fish have gone CRAZY for it......every fish I own likes it......since trying it out Ive purchassed their shrimp pellets, and cichlid formulas....my discus love it also. Ive basicly been feeding it ever since and because of that my store is using it on their stock as the staple food. I'm waiting for a pellet to come out for the cichlids also. As far as I'm concerened its a food!!!!!!
all you can do is try it if the expirey is a ways away
I have been using the past few months on my cichlids. Not only do they love them, their color is beautiful. I would recommend to anyone.
I was just browsing through a catalog from Dr Fosters and Smith and noticed a pelleted and flaked food from Cobalt Aquatics. The ingredients seem great and I was wondering if anyone has tried them. There's one post from last year, but limited replies.
IMO, it's more expensive and not as good as NLS. X-treme is a good brand that is a bit cheaper than most, but its mostly geared toward cichlids.
So how would you rate cobalt as a flake option on the food level? NLS small fish pellets are too big for my rasboras, I think, so I got them the cobalt flake option. The LFS didn't carry the apI option, and I didn't see any extreme flakes. Plenty of tetra stuff which I wasn't too interested in.
NLS also carries a flake which I've used and the fish seemed to have loved them.
Coblat food is expensive but my shrimp love their pellets.
What do you guys think about this pellet food:
I received a small sample when I ordered my Northfins fish food. I’m feeding it to my new angel, because it’s a perfect size for him and he won't eat the northfin kind. But I just wanted to know what everyone thinks about it. It says it contains “Pre and probiotics”, but I don’t know what that does lol.
I got the same samples when my northfin came in, the community fish like it, but not sure what the probiotics are exactly.
This similar thread may be of good use. Cobalt Aquatics Fish Food