Food for Baby Betta fish

February 20, 2022
Raising Betta Fry
Click here to listen to TomAndNevinBailey talk about hatching brine shrimp eggs and then feeding the newly hatched baby brine shrimp to baby fish.

Some types of fish, such as baby Betta Fish, are too small to eat baby brine shrimp and must eat smaller food first. A few types of baby fish, such as Plecostomus Catfish, will not eat baby brine shrimp.
But most livebearer babies such as Guppies, Mollies, Platies, and Swordtails, will eat lots of baby brine shrimp and grow much faster to become stronger and healthier fish when fed baby brine shrimp. Almost all types of Cichlid fry benefit greatly, when fed baby brine shrimp.

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Different Types of Brine Shrimp live in many places around the world. They grow to a maximum of about 3/8", which is about 1 cm., in length. These adult Brine Shrimp are often harvested and sold as food for small fish.
The eggs of the Brine Shrimp are also collected and carefully processed. Hobbyist and professional fish breeders can purchase eggs, hatch them, and feed the newly hatched baby brine shrimp to their baby fish.
Click here now for a detailed explanation about how to hatch these eggs.
Both adult and newly hatched Brine Shrimp can be fed special food additives to enrich their nutritional value, before they are fed to baby fish.Brine Shrimp Eggs. Click on this ad to go to Brine Shrimp Direct's online store. Click here for more information about additives for enriching brine shrimp.
Frozen Baby Brine Shrimp are very convenient and are also available. Another Interesting product is called Decapsulated Baby Brine Shrimp, which have had their outer covering removed and are then dehydrated. Just add water to create a wonderful food for many types of baby fish. Click here for more about this product.

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to hear to DrTom and Nevin reminisce about the good old days, when they collected and raised many types of live foods to feed to the pet fish living in their aquariums and ponds.
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