Purina AquaMax Fingerling Starter 300, 1/16"(1.6mm) Sinking Pellet, 50% Protein, 16% Fat, 3% Fiber, 5.5lbs(2.49kg)
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- Extruded, Sinking Diet, 1/16"(1.6mm)
- A High Energy, Nutrient Dense Feed Designed To Transition Fingerlings From Fry Feed To The Grow Out Rations Of Your Choice.
- For Carnivorous & Omnivorous Species
- This Includes 5.5 Pounds Of Feed Packaged In A FDA Food Grade 1 Gallon High-Density Polyethylene(HDPE) Bucket.
- Most Orders Received By Noon Eastern Time(M-F) Will Ship The Same Day.
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AquaMax products are formulated to be high energy, nutrient dense diets. These highly-digestible diets enable fish to more efficiently utilize nutrients which in turn reduces the biological load in the water column. The extruded pellets reduce the amount of fine feed dust material which helps maintain water quality by minimizing feed waste. Excessive feed fines in water can lodge in fish gills in some species and attract bacteria and fungus. By reducing these feed fines, AquaMax fish diets provide an added health benefit to fish.Ingredients used in manufacturing Purina fish diets are the highest quality in order to maintain consistent nutrition from bag to bag. The lowest priced feed usually does not produce the lowest feed cost per unit gain- Purina feed may cost more per pound than other brands, however because it is higher in nutrients, you actually have to feed less to your fish - which makes Purina fish feeds a tremendous value.
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Top customer reviews
My fish really like this stuff; even the picky ones.
Best growth rate compared to all other brands I've used.
The shape of this product is also great for use in automatic feeders.
Just about all the pellets will sink, so you can use this feed in tanks with over flows.
Keeps larger fish active longer in their search for the small sized pellets (1/16 inch).
Great value at $33 per 5.5 lbs.
Now, I need to figure out what to do with all these empty mini buckets 🙂