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What are the benefits of feeding Medi-Koi®, medicated koi food to my sick koi and pond fish? Can’t find antibiotics?
Several factors come into play when developing and maintaining the color of koi. One is the koi’s diet. Some koi enthusiasts think that koi food should never be made without the addition of color enhancers. You should offer a high quality food to improve koi color. However, there are good times and not-so-good times to feed color enhanced food. In order for koi color to become deep and lustrous they need to put on layer after layer of color. We often refer to this as the ‘depth of color’ when evaluating koi fish. Accumulation of color can be achieved by giving them food that includes color enhancers. But, it isn’t accomplished overnight. It takes time for the color additives in the fish food to show any noticeable results. A color enhanced koi food that is high in protein should be fed during the koi's primary growth period. That is when pond water temperature is above 70 ⁰F generally from late June thru August. This time frame is your window of opportunity for giving food to improve koi color.
Sho Koi Impact has been our choice at Bergen Water Gardens for superior koi and goldfish nutrition since 2000. Sho Koi Impact food is made with
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Can Koi and other types of pond goldfish eat the same food?
Koi carp are beautiful, distinctive and long lived fish, with unique feeding requirements that set them apart from other ornamental fish such as . Feeding appropriate koi food is essential in order to keep your koi in good health and ensure that they live long, happy lives.Pre-prepared koi food is readily available in pet stores or to , and usually comes in pellet form. These pellets provide a complete diet for koi, and will initially float on the surface of your pond so that you can observe your koi feeding, before sinking to the bottom of the pond where they can be picked up by scavenging fish.Koi carp are omnivorous fish, meaning that in the wild, they eat a wide range of different foods including both plant and animal matter. They are bottom feeders, and will look for food on the floor of lakes, streams and rivers using the twin barbels on their faces to locate food.growth potential, they remain stunted. On the other hand, a koipond is a densely stocked, closed environment in which natural rules donot apply. The fish are dependent on their keeper for everything, includingtheir food.Koi food pellets are unique to the needs of koi carp, and you must take pains to ensure that you only choose a food designed for koi, and not a general-purpose pellet food for other types of fish.We are certain that your use of this scientifically formulated food will allow you to see a positive difference in the general health and appearance of your valued Koi, Goldfish, Comets and other colorful pond fish within a relatively short period of time. The addition of