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  • Hikari® Goldfish Gold Fish Food

    4.5

    (2 reviews)

    …* Promotes A Long Healthy Life * Great For Goldfish & Koi Fry Hikari Goldfish Gold small pellet is specially formulated to bring out the vibrant colors in goldfish and baby koi. Rich in carotene an easily assimilated color enhancer Hikari Goldfish Gold starts your pet off right during that all…
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    $9.79
  • Live Koi Packages - Bronze

    5.0

    (2 reviews)

    * Beautiful Koi Delivered to Your Door * Includes 6 Choice Standard Fin Koi * Free Air Delivery to Ensure Koi Safety Near import quality koi are delivered directly to your doorstop! The broodstock for our fish was hand-selected by top Japanese breeders and raised in identical conditions. As a result…
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    $299.99
  • Hikari® Saki-Hikari® Fancy Goldfish Color Fish Food

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    …Daily Diet For All Ornamental Goldfish * Promotes Vivid Colors * Small Sinking Pellet Sticks 7 Ounce Bag Hikari Saki-Hikari Fancy Goldfish Color Enhancing Fish Food is a revolutionary diet developed exclusively for use with all types of premium grade or fancy goldfish when active color enhancement…
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    $16.29
  • Hikari® Goldfish WheatGerm Fish Food

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    * Daily Diet for Goldfish & Baby Koi * Excellent for Colder or Variable Temperatures * Small Pellet 7 Ounce Bag Hikari Goldfish WheatGerm is an excellent easily digested daily diet for goldfish baby koi and large tropical fish when water temperatures are cooler or improved digestion is desired.…
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    $5.29
  • …more fish the more waste so fish loads must be controlled. General rule? With standard filtration and 60% plant coverage allow 1-2 koi or 2-3 goldfish per 200 gallons of water. If you need help figuring out how much filtration your fish need give us a call!Beneficial Bacteria – Natural…
    …addition to any water garden. They add color excitement and if you are lucky a few fry. Feeding your fish is a great way to interact with them. Koi goldfish comets and most other pond fish are omnivores meaning they will eat plant and protein food sources. Because they are cold-blooded environmental…
    Your newly purchased fish are typically handed over to you in an oxygenated plastic bag or container to allow adequate time to transport them to their new home. While it may be tempting to just dump them into your water garden upon your return home you will want to make sure your pond is ready to…
    …at capacity this can cause things to get a bit crowded and dirty from all the fish waste. Try to keep your fish population around 1-2 Koi or 2-3 goldfish per 200 gallons. If you have questions on your fish load use our calculator to determine what your pond's capacity. On a similar note feed your…
    …never come out it almost defeats the purpose of having koi or goldfish in your pond! Here are a few reasons why your fish may be hiding.New To The Pond It's tough to move into a new pond. If you've recently added new koi or goldfish to your water garden you can expect them to be a bit shy or…
    …These little guys won't harm your pond or your fish. In fact if one wriggles its way into your pond it will be a welcome treat for your fish. Goldfish and other smaller fish will gobble them and their little mud homes; koi and other larger fish will treat them as tasty hors d'oeuvres. Bloodworms…
    …Do you have a pole barn? A garage? A basement? An unused outbuilding? These places make perfect indoor places to overwinter your fish. Koi and goldfish begin their wintertime dormancy at about 45 degrees Fahrenheit so it's best to choose a space that hovers at about this temperature or above. Here's…
    During the winter months when the water temperatures are 45 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit and below hardy koi and goldfish will go into their annual torpor or dormancy. The fish's metabolism and activity slows they become very lethargic and they require little nourishment. If you don't have the means to…