I just dont know where to look and I live in canada lol every fish site i check only ship inside of the US
I'm not sure. I live in the U.S. and I haven't even looked online for them because I just buy them from my LFS when I need someI just dont know where to look and I live in canada lol every fish site i check only ship inside of the US
I'm not quite sure where to find my local aquarium club but I'll keep my eye out!Kay438,
Things might be a bit different in the Southern Hemisphere but my local Australian club costs $ 40 to join with a free $40 bag of dry fish food ( sometimes) to new members. Each month we have auctions. For $3 you can get vinegar eels cultures. $3 Micro worm cultures are sold at auction as well. But often they are given to each other as it’s easy enough to lose them in the heat etc. We give them for free expecting to get free stuff in return someday.
Our club buys brine shrimp eggs in bulk from time to time. Dry food is brought in bulk and bagged up to be sold. Sponsors give us almost out of date dry food as raffle prices.
You ask were to get live foods , I suggest you contact your local aquarium Society ( club)
Thank you! I'll check them outI see Manitoba is a big place? I found this one down south.
If it’s anything like my town each special interest group has unofficial sub groups of like minded people.
Thank you! I'm just not quite sure what would be a good site to use or whatnot but I guess ill do some researchAh you can try ordering from Ontario if the above is a no-go and you can't find anywhere else in Manitoba. The two places we have are shrimpfever and angelfins. shrimpfever for plants, angelfins for livestock