Hikari Wheat-Germ Pond Food for Fish- Mini Pellets
Hikari Wheat-Germ is a highly nutritious, easily assimilated, highly digestible daily diet for koi and other pond fish, including goldfish. Developed through many years of breeding experience, this highly nutritious diet is extremely effective in cooler climates which experience a winter season. Give your koi a jump on this year’s show-off months, feed Hikari Wheat-Germ year round. It will have your aquatic pet looking their best while improving their fertility.
- Wheat germ helps fish transition form eating a high-protein, high-energy diet in the warmer temperatures to their wintertime fast, when they enter a period of metabolic inactivity
- Floating pellets allow for easy monitoring of amounts eaten; which helps eliminate over-feeding
- Contains stabilized Vitamin C which supports the immune system and promotes a long, healthy life
- Improves brilliance and luster to skin and overall growth rates
For Fish: 3-10" L
Wheat-germ meal, krill meal, fish meal, wheat flour, rice germ meal, bran, gluten meal, soybean protein, enzyme, monosodium glutamate, garlic, vitamins and minerals including stabilized Vitamin C
When water temperature is consistently below 40 degrees, stop feeding. Once water temperature is consistently above 40 degrees, but below 60 degrees, feed once daily. If water temperature is consistently above 60 degrees but below 70 degrees, two times daily during the warmest part of the day. When water temperature is consistently above 70 degrees, feed two to four times daily. Warmer temperatures bring more activity which requires more food. Please do not exceed the amount your fish will eat within three to five minutes of feeding. Remove all remaining food after the feeding period to avoid over-feeding and the water quality problems which can result from this action. Note: during any appetite loss, after sickness or during medicating, your koi’s eating habits may be significantly reduced, careful monitoring of the amount of food you feed is required to avoid problems.