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    Quote Originally Posted by fishmommie View Post
    Hi.
    I don't have goldies but i love yourfishstuff fish food. I feed both flakes and pellets to my cichlids and they have wonderful color and love the food.
    They also make gold fish food if you want to check it out.
    http://www.yourfishstuff.com/goldfish-food/

    BTW - I sometimes have trouble with my blood parrots and swim bladder if they feed flakes off the surface. To avoid that problem, I lower the flakes into the water before releasing them. That way they disburse below the surface and the fish don't gulp air getting to them as they do what they snap them off the surface. Don't know if that will help you but it works for me.
    I looked at the site you linked; is this their own home-grown food, or are they repackaging it as their own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClinicaTerraLTD View Post
    I looked at the site you linked; is this their own home-grown food, or are they repackaging it as their own?
    From their website:
    "All of our food, including our freeze dried food, flakes, pellets, etc. is always shipped fresh to guarantee the absolute best nourishment for your fish. We sell major brands as well as our own in-house “Your Fish” brand.
    30 g FW planted:corys, ABNP, blue angel, harleys, zebra danios, pair kribs, & nerite snails
    15 g FW planted: crown tail betta, neons, snails
    90 g FW semi planted: EBJD, congos, apple snails
    90 Gal Journal: http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ad.php?t=93939
    Fishless cycling: http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ead.php?t=5640
    Cycling with fish: http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ad.php?t=36492

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    Ahhhhh....okay; thanks.

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    I feed the new life spectrum freshwater flakes to my tropicals (as well as their pellets), and the flake food seems pretty high quality, but I suspect might be too high protein for goldfish..
    But I have noticed that my fish that normally turn their nose up at pellets and prefer flaked with other brands seem to go for the NLS pellets like crazy, so maybe you could try the NLS goldie pellets for yours anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzydezzy View Post
    I feed the new life spectrum freshwater flakes to my tropicals (as well as their pellets), and the flake food seems pretty high quality, but I suspect might be too high protein for goldfish..
    But I have noticed that my fish that normally turn their nose up at pellets and prefer flaked with other brands seem to go for the NLS pellets like crazy, so maybe you could try the NLS goldie pellets for yours anyway?
    Thanks alot, Dizzy -- I could indeed try the NLS pellets, but I don't see where they carry any flakes for any species at all...they do make tropical flakes?

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    Ironic...

    I just went onto Seachem's site to clip some info on Purigen for a member of another forum I frequent, and I stumbled upon THIS:

    http://www.seachem.com/Home/index.html

    On their homepage, they seem to now be making flake-based foods even for goldfish! Weird that this came along just when I was questioning new food for my finned family...

    What do y'all make of these?

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    Here's more specific info on the Goldfish Flakes:

    http://www.seachem.com/Products/prod..._Goldfish.html

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    You could try New Era fish food, it is a good quality food and it's used widely in public aquariums (UK) as well as home aquariums. Here is a link to their goldfish flake http://www.new-era-aquaculture.com/f...oldfish-flakes :)
    75 Litre (20 Gallon) - 5 Harlequins, 6 Cories, 2 Golden Barbs, 1 Glowlight, 2 Red Wag Swords (Male and Female), 4 Otos

    113 Litre (30 Gallon) - Empty (Waiting to build a stand before i use it)

    60 Litre Hex - Empty

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    The NLS website isn't the best, they don't seem to be listing all of their foods on there... they definitely do flakes, but they only come in 2 varieties: freshwater and saltwater..

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryB View Post
    You could try New Era fish food, it is a good quality food and it's used widely in public aquariums (UK) as well as home aquariums. Here is a link to their goldfish flake http://www.new-era-aquaculture.com/f...oldfish-flakes :)
    Thank you, Harry; I had never heard of New Era, of course, being in the States...

    I wonder how this compares to Tetra, Aqueon, New Life Spectrum, etc...

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