Thread: Automatic Food Feeder?
12-13-2012, 01:55 AM #11Originally Posted by Trillianne
IME I totally agree with this [And have left my fish for 5 days or more on more than one occasion with no issues].
A couple reasons for this IMO:
* As mentioned fish in the wild don't eat every day and healthy fish can go a week without eating.
* You are running out of time to effectively test whatever auto system you are going to use & certainly wouldn't want to use it untested.
I would want to test it for at least as long as I needed to trust it for.
* You risk less by not feeding them at all as opposed to having the auto-feeder potentially overfeed them on a daily basis.
Just my 2 cents worth.
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12-19-2012, 02:59 PM #12
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