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How many times to feed the fish in the aquarium

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Fish – the most unpretentious pets. They do not shout, demanding food, do not climb where they don’t ask and turn over pots of flowers, do not tear furniture, they don’t need to be walked.

All they need is to monitor the cleanliness of the aquarium, the operation of the filter and the compressor, periodically clean the bottom and feed. By the way, how many times a day to feed the fish?

After all, for their long and happy life you need to properly adjust the food.

In order not to turn your aquarium into a swamp and not to overfeed its inhabitants, you need to feed them not often and abundantly. The rule is quite simple: at a time you need to pour as much food as fish to eat, until the food has fallen to the bottom.

There they will not touch it.

And if everything is more or less clear with the amount of feed, the question of how many times a day it is poured is still unanswered. Depending on what you have for fish, the number will vary between 1 and 2-3 times.

There is a difference between how many times a day feed a guppy fish and, for example, a goldfish. So, guppies require more frequent feed intake: it is desirable to do this three times a day in small portions.

It is possible more often, but do not pour a lot at once, otherwise it will all sway at the bottom of the aquarium.

How many times to feed a goldfish – you ask. It is enough for her two times – in the morning and in the evening.

At the same time it is necessary to alternate between dry food and live.

If you have a cockerel fish, then you will be interested in how many times to feed it: these fish are fed once a day, preferably with a bloodworm, 1 -2 worms at a time. And for the prevention of a couple of times a week to provide medical feed.

It is very important not to overfeed the fish, because it negatively affects not only the pets themselves, but also the condition of the aquarium. In the remains of food rotting at the bottom, harmful substances are formed, such as ammonia and nitrates, which poison the water and the fish swimming in it.

Anyone who has at least a little experience in breeding aquarium fish knows perfectly how important the proper feeding of fish is. And this is not always easy – because each breed needs certain feed.

One needs a lot of protein, others need a large amount of carbohydrates. It depends on many factors – the size of the fish, its origin and lifestyle.

So, sometimes it is not easy to find exactly the kind of food that will benefit your pets.

Of course, it is worth knowing not only what, but also how much fish should be fed in order not to harm them. And again it depends on the needs of the fish.

Remember: large and mobile fish need a lot of feed.

For example, a small barbus burns so much energy, flying from one corner of the aquarium to another, that it needs to consume much more food than the roosters, the larger fish, who lead a very calm and unhurried life. But in any case, it is enough to give the fish as much food as they can eat in five to seven minutes.

Later, they no longer eat with such appetite, and some of the food is at the bottom, where it rots and spoils the water.

To distribute the food between the fish equally, it is desirable to teach the fish to gather at a certain time or by a signal near the feeder. Then it does not happen that some fish will eat two servings, while others will remain hungry.

It should determine in advance how often you will feed the aquarium fish. The best solution for adult fish is two feed feeds per day – in the morning and in the evening.

When feeding, do not forget to easily snap your fingernail on the glass near the feeder – the fish will get used to the fact that such a signal portends dinner, and they will immediately float away.

But if you grow young, two feedings per day is not enough. To fry turned into large and beautiful adult fish, it will be better to feed them four to five times a day.

Of course, you do not need to give too much food so that it will not be wasted.

When you settled such wonderful pets as goldfish in your home aquarium, the question immediately arises: “How and what to feed these cute creatures?”. In fact, feeding the fish in the aquarium is not difficult.

First, it is an omnivorous species of fish, and secondly, when pets get used to the owner, they can be given food with their own hands.

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