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CERTIFIED ORGANIC Pellet Fish Food for sale for your Tilapia, Trout or any freshwater fish.
Approximate size: 1/4" - Can be use for Tilapia fry, Tilapia fingerlings or Tilapia Adults - 32% Protein. Made of organic grains that float and sinkable. No need for different sizes based on the size of your fish. It will break down enough so all size fish are able to consume it.
$4.79 - per pound
High Protein Fish food (NON - ORGANIC) 45% Protein
2.2 mm Pellet - Perfect Size for Fingerlings
Other sizes available .6mm - 6.4mm
AQUAFEED offers floating and sinkable extruded micro-particles
These particles are easy to consume, improving ingestion of key nutrients for growth and immune support, which is a critical benefit at early stages when animals are highly susceptible to suffer from stress and illnesses.
AQUAFEED applies the latest technology in nutrients and manufacturing to increase stability and facilitate consumption.
Balanced formula: AQUAFEED offers highly available amino acids and precisely balanced sources of energy to help ensure protein is used for growth and muscle development.
Additionally, the right balance of vitamins and other key nutrients at each stage of the starting period.
Superior technology: All variables (temperature, humidity, pressure, etc) are precisely controlled in order to enhance and preserve the nutrient content of raw materials.
The extrusion process increases stability in water and reduces nutrient leaching.
By providing a higher value in each feed particle.
Pellet size: 1.5mm
Tilapia, Catfish, Carp, Pacu, etc.
Other types available Cold Water Fish: Species: Sturgeon (Acipenser sp.), Salmon (Salmo sp.), Trout (Oncorhynchus sp.), etc
Marine Fish: Species: Tuna (Thunnus sp., Euthynnus sp.), Cobia (Rachycentron sp.), Sea trout (Cynoscion sp.), Gilt Head Bream / Dorada (Sparus sp.), Dolphin fish (Coryphaena sp.), Amberjack (Seriola sp.), H. Striped Bass (Morone sp.), Grouper (Ephinepelus sp.), Red Snapper (Lutjanus sp.), Snook (Centropomus sp.), Red Drum (Sciaenops ocellatus), etc.