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Rapashy Super Gold - How Much?


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Hey all,

After reading some raving reviews, I thought I'd give the Rapashy Super Gold a try.  Mixed up a batch yesterday and cut it into cubes.  But... how much of this stuff should I feed an Oranda whose body is about 2 inches.  Maybe 1/4 tsp 2x per day?  I dunno... He really likes it so guessing he'd be happy to eat more.

Beth

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13 hours ago, bmblsad said:

Hey all,

After reading some raving reviews, I thought I'd give the Rapashy Super Gold a try.  Mixed up a batch yesterday and cut it into cubes.  But... how much of this stuff should I feed an Oranda whose body is about 2 inches.  Maybe 1/4 tsp 2x per day?  I dunno... He really likes it so guessing he'd be happy to eat more.

Beth

barney_3 7.14.19.jpg

I would feed it once a day with a mix of other food. Just a quick note, make sure you turn off the filter when you do feed it. This keeps it from going right into the filter and mucking it up. 👍

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Hi Beth, 

Thats a nice looking fish! I have been feeding my fish Repashy super gold for a few months now, and they will eat it until they pop if you let them. I have used both the cube method and I have made the jerky as well and I find that the cubes are much more efficient for my tank as the jerky causes my fish to go wild fighting over it then they're all up in the plants and rocks trying to get the jerky, one of my more mischievous  fish  actually disappeared in my tank one day for about 20 minutes and I come to find that it had somehow worked itself into one of the ornaments I had in pursuit of the jerky- causing me to remove that ornament.

I feed repashy twice a day most days, sometimes on the 3rd day I'll feed repashy in the morning and pees at night. If I notice they have trailing poop I know I've gone overboard with the repashy so then I fast them for 12-20 hours and if they're hungry all they have access to is algae, my plants, or snail eggs.

Hope this helps, 

Best Regards, 

Jordan 

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