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    Wheatgerm or not when its cooler

    Just wondering does anybody feed their precious koi wheatgerm when the weather cools.......



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ant62 View Post
    Just wondering does anybody feed their precious koi wheatgerm when the weather cools.......
    I'm currently at 15c and am feeding 50% staple and 50% wheatgerm.
    Once I hit 10/11c I will switch to just wheatgerm

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    No I feed high protein food as I am heated all year

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    unheated and feed high protein all year round, just lower the amount in winter
    the slow pond build thread

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    Same here..still at 25 degrees heated and feeding Saki Hikari growth right now. Planning on lowering the temperature to 21-22 degrees at the end of the month and switching to SK Balance.

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    Now onto JPD Fuyufuji sinking for the winter, temps down below 13c for the last few days. Still giving them a little higher protein feed when active in the afternoon but that will stop shortly.

 

 

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