Wardley Vs Tetra

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Wardley Vs Tetra

  1. Wardley

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  2. Tetra

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  1. Jason

    Jason Well Known Member Member

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    Well basically as it is near impossible for me to get Omega One I have a choice of just about two. These brands have been around for like 40yrs. Which is better ???
     

  2. Dino

    Dino Fishlore VIP Member

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    Tetra
     

  3. newbie101

    newbie101 Well Known Member Member

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    I'd say Tetra, if you compare the ingredients and stuff, tetra is better. it is a bit more expensive though but hey you get what you pay for :)
     
  4. dano569

    dano569 Member Member

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    i use wardley.it seems to be ok.
     
  5. atmmachine816

    atmmachine816 Fishlore VIP Member

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    tetra definatly thats wat my grandpa used and he kept fish for almost 70 years i think he knows sometime wen i hav a long time to type il tell u guys a story bout him that my aunt told me bout her childhood
     
  6. chickadee

    chickadee Fishlore VIP Member

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    I got wardley with my tank but even the tiny pellets are too big for my bettas mouths and the flakes are not interesting to them at all. They will however eat the Tetra food. The vote isn't mine it's theirs.

    Rose
    ;)
     
  7. joe

    joe Member Member

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    I have never used wardley, I have a big and a little container of Tetra. My fish seem to like it. So tetra got my fishes vote.

    Joe
     
  8. Mike

    Mike Fishlore Admin Moderator Member

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    I've used both. The tetra flakes seem to be more colorful than the wardley flakes - marketing thing? My fish seem to go after both equally.
     
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    Jason

    Jason Well Known Member Member

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    I have also used both and my fish go at it about the same but so far its Tetra with the lead. Also the best of each brand are about the same price here. Still not sure though
     
  10. 0morrokh

    0morrokh Fishlore VIP Member

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    J-Man, just so you know, they sell Omega One at my Petsmart--that's the only place I can find it. If you have to choose between Tetra and Wardley, my vote is both. Feeding different brands is not only more interesting for your fish (would you like to eat the same cereal 24/7?), but perhaps one brand will make up for what the other is missing.
     

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    Jason

    Jason Well Known Member Member

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    Good Point ;)
     
  12. fish_r_friend

    fish_r_friend Well Known Member Member

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    all ive used is tetra b/c thats what my grandma feeds hers
     
  13. Gunnie

    Gunnie Well Known Member Member

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    Tetra.
     
  14. whatsafish7

    whatsafish7 Member Member

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    tetra is definately a better brand in my opinion
     
  15. Jon

    Jon Well Known Member Member

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    tetra... though feeding only flakes isnt a good idea
     
  16. whatsafish7

    whatsafish7 Member Member

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    yess but still it is a good brand
     
  17. dano569

    dano569 Member Member

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    i starting using both.one for breakfast and one for dinner, on the days i feed them flakes.
     
  18. wolfman21

    wolfman21 Member Member

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    tetra by far, better quality products
     
  19. COBettaCouple

    COBettaCouple Fishlore Legend Member

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    we don't use either now, but did use all tetra products for a while there.
     

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