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Freeze dried blackworms


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I like to feed these to my goldfish and the problem is that they float at the surface. Will these cause swim bladder problems? I don't think there is any way to make them sink.

Here is the link from where I get them:

http://aquaticsuppliers.com/Freeze-dried-foods_c2.htm

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Yes, they can and will cause SBD in floaty or non-floaty fish. We recommend not feeding ANY type of freeze-dried food. The best choice for feeding worms, etc is frozen. Brands like Hikari and San francisco bay are great.

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i know the guy of that website.his name is al from connecticut.thats the best blackworm u can get in the market.i used to feed my discus before.i also hand feed my goldfish twice a month and no problem .someone here suggested to mix with my gel food.

i forget to add he is also founder of www.simplydiscus.com and i have been to his freshwater education classes.anyway dont feed your goldfish thats what i learned here.

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i know the guy of that website.his name is al from connecticut.thats the best blackworm u can get in the market.i used to feed my discus before.i also hand feed my goldfish twice a month and no problem .someone here suggested to mix with my gel food.

i forget to add he is also founder of www.simplydiscus.com and i have been to his freshwater education classes.anyway dont feed your goldfish thats what i learned here.

Yeah that's what I feed my discus too Edited by Goldfish guy
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