Feeding schedule?

  1. AquaticBrandon Well Known Member Member

    I want to know what you guys feed your fish and what's your feeding schedule?


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  2. am3ience Initiate Member

    On the weekdays, i feed my fish once a day first thing when I get home from work. Weekends I feed them twice a day, morning, and evening. I also leave a zuchini slice in my tank a couple times a week for my otos, and SAE.
     

  3. SW5 Well Known Member Member

    Here is my schedule: (BTW, I only feed once per day)
    Sunday: High Quality Flake Staple
    Monday High Quality Flake staple
    Tuesday: Frozen Brine Shrimp
    Wednesday: High quality flake staple
    Thursday: High Quality flake staple.
    Friday: Hand Fed Algae Wafers/ Occasionally Frozen Bloodworms, if I feel like it.
    Saturday: High Quality Flake staple
     

  4. AquaticBrandon Well Known Member Member

    Do you feed Freeze dried Bloodworms/ or Brine Shrimp?


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  5. SW5 Well Known Member Member

    No, Tuesday is always frozen brine shrimp day, bloodworms are far more expensive than brine shrimp at the LFS, so I only feed bloodworms on friday every 2-3 weeks.
     
  6. AquaticBrandon Well Known Member Member

    Okay thanks. I'm thinking about getting some frozen food like Bloodworms or Brine Shrimp


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  7. SW5 Well Known Member Member

    My fish go crazy for frozen food, I would highly recommend them. Whatever you do, unless you have either large numbers of fish, or fish that can eat an entire block, do NOT put the entire block in the tank. There is a lot of food there, and your fish will over eat like mad. Cut them into small, small sections and feed them with those. Save your leftovers in a ziplock bag with the air sucked out of it in the freezer.
     
  8. Coradee Moderator Moderator Member

    I feed my corys live or frozen in the morning & a pellet in the evening, the rasboras get micro pellets & courgette for the Oto's
     
  9. AquaticBrandon Well Known Member Member

    Okay thanks. I will probably dissolve the block in a cup and feed them bit by bit


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  10. Harlebleondora Well Known Member Member

    Community tank:
    Day 1: Freeze dried tubifex worms.
    Day 2: A mix of soaked flakes and granules.
    Day 3: Deshelled cooked peas. (Soon to be replaced with brine shrimp.)
    Day 4: frozen bloodworms.
    Day 5: A mix of soaked flakes and granules.
    Day 6: Deshelled cooked peas.
    Day 7: Nothing.