Any one who tried this for their baby fish?



Anyone tried this fish food? I just brought this one earlier but still I'm doubtful about the amount to be given on every meal. This kind of food is a dried tubiflex and tubiflex is a great live food for our fishes specially guppies and bettas as they contain higher proteins.

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Are these dried cubes?
It really depends how often you feed your fishes and their size. When I was little I used to have an aquarium and we used these (the dried ones) before and I could stick them on the glass so that it soaks in and is stuck there for the fishes to attempt to pull it off to eat. Kind of a good exercise for them.
Regarding is it suitable for a day to day basis, I don't see a problem; but you may need to clean your tank more often.


Ooh thanks @dses for the guide 😊 I just feed them once a day with this dried tubiflex then on the next day I'll be using the live foods. I tend to change their water also every after 3-5 days to avoid ammonia concentration . 😊😊

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That sounds like a good plan.