Live Betta Amazing

By · Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

Live Betta Amazing

Koi are amazing animals. Originally were developed for common carp and were originally intended as a pull back. The koi world has grown enormously and continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Years ago, if you've heard of someone spending £ 1000 on a fish that you may have been dropped, in this day and age this is commonplace.

Quick Sum for you for you interest.

Each kilogram of female koi produces about 200,000 eggs when 100,000 eggs hatch and grow Koi 2-3 ", which takes about 120 days. You will end up with 100,000 fish worth 60 pence each trade. The cost of reaching this point is about 10 pence per fish, now has a gain of 50p per fish = £ 50000. I hear you ask "why do not all" First is the knowledge, you do not need a good degree of knowledge to do so. Secondly is holding capacity will have a large pool or recirculation system to achieve this goal. Third place, is a risky business, one thing goes wrong with the system and lose the whole lot of fish.

So how do you start?

First part.

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When spring is water temperature in air is about 15-20 degrees you will notice your fish may go off their food. You may also notice three fish swimming like an arrow in the pool. They are two male and female fish. The front man will be looking for a place to spawn. This is when you put in your brushes. The brushes are like a brush toilet, but much softer. These brushes must be placed in shallow water approximately 6-10 inches deep.

When fish are ready to begin to thrash on the brushes this normally happens in early morning.

After about an hour you will see the brushes are covered eggs with very small eggs. The eggs need to be moved to a separate tank or old bath or the parents will eat them. It is best to treat the eggs with malachite to avoid a dip mushrooms very well as you do not want to starve the eggs of oxygen.

The bath or tank must be configured to have running water, the flow should be 5 liters per minute (very low) can be extracted directly from this pool, if you wish. When the water reaches the tank, use a sheet old for water. The water should be as clean as possible and these small particles adhere to the baby koi gills causing slow growth and death.

The eggs will take approximately 3-4 days to hatch, and then the real fun starts

My name is Tim Warrington, I have been successfully setting up and building koi farms for over 8 years. I built my last fish farm in the desert for food fish, I have bred all sorts of koi/fish and sold them for massive profit, I am here to share this with you in 10 parts. http://www.fish-breeding.com

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