Feeding fish Question

Discussion in 'Fish Food' started by Mandy UK, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. Mandy UKNew MemberMember

    Hi everyone. Just a question on feeding. Many sites u read either say feed twice daily or once where the fish eat within 2 mins. I have 5 make guppies, a snail and 5 cherry shrimps in an 8 gallon tank and at the moment feed them once a day but don't feed them on a Saturday. I do vary their feeds. Any thoughts please...,
  2. AquaristFishlore LegendMember

    Hello Mandy UK and Welcome to Fish Lore!

    I feed my fish once a day also with a varied diet. I think what you're doing is fine. Over feeding can lead to many different problems.

    You may find this link informative:

    I hope you enjoy the site!
    :animal0068:I've moved your thread to the Fish Food section of the forum.
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2010
  3. Mandy UKNew MemberMember

    That was quick Ken!!! This is what I love about this forum is that very quick with replies Thanks very much just wanted to check that I was doing it correctly.
  4. AquaristFishlore LegendMember

    Glad to help Mandy! :)
  5. REDKAHUNAValued MemberMember

    Sounds good to me I feed adults once daily, fry etc. 3 times daily and once a month I give adults 2 days off with no food.
  6. AquaristFishlore LegendMember

    Hello Smithgerry,

    I've deleted your post as the comments really don't pertain to the original post. Please go here:
    and create a thread in the Welcome To Fish Lore section so that everyone can give you a proper Welcome :) Welcome to Fish Lore by the way :) :sign0016:
    I hope you enjoy the site.
  7. ElodeaWell Known MemberMember

    I feed twice daily and give them a a day off without food every two weeks.

    But every time i get what I consider a relatively large pinch of flakes, wet them, and let them sink, my fish polish them off in less than 30 seconds. Hehe.

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