I ordered the 4.4lb tub of this stuff and couldn't be happier. This is the best value you will find anywhere. Robert took care of me after I forgot to enter the promo code, and the product was shipped across the USA to my front door three days later. I have a 125 stocked heavily with plants and Rainbows, and a 45 with a school of Silvertip Tetras. This tub will last me a long, long time. (It doesn't expire for three years!)
Couldn't be happier with the purchase and the Aquarium Co-Op. As long as they carry it, I'm buying from them.
I have guppies, harlequin rasboras, cory cats, and snails. They all LOVE this food. I fill a tube that I can push gelled food out with a saran wrapped dowel that I then cut up and put on a wooden skewer with a string wrapped around it for a "stop" for the upper level feeders, and the rest will eat it any way it goes to the bottom (on a tray, in a shell, whatever falls down from the top). I recently have cory fry and they seem to be eating it as a powder. I love that they can graze all day instead of a short feeding where the rest of the food ends up filtered out.
My neon tetras and shrimp love this stuff, fattened em up quickly.. easy to use stinky though. Only complaint I have is it doesn't float if making it in gell format, havent tried turning it into jerky
All the fish in my community tank love it. I'll echo some other reviews that the smell is very strong, but it isn't that big of a deal.
Repashy food is one of my staples that I feed in my fish room. I actually use alot of extreme flakes, fluval bug bites, and frozen foods so I blend my repashy more of a 30/70 mixture of Community and heavy on the Soilent Green. Before Community I was using Grub Pie and actually prefer it due to the fact that it smells less potent and maybe fishy is the word. My fish really have no preference over Community blend or Grub pie and Community is still a great product but It would be way better if it didn't smell so bad. That being said, if you want to feed this to smaller fish, break off a small hunk after you make it and it cools in the refrigerator, and then grind it between your fingers to break it up. For many of my fish I just throw a big hunk in and they'll graze on it. I have tons of success with this product. Great for livebearers, corys, and plecos.
So once you get past the horrible smell while making the stuff, (Your mileage may vary) you divide into parts to feed your fish. I've seen Cory's videos about repashy and the quality and wanted to give it a try. Sadly, my fish (neon tetras, guppies, platies, corys) weren't interested. Only my pleco and some snails seemed to be interested. So I must say I was pretty bummed. At least my snails and pleco are eating high quality food lol.
little bit messy. But the tank comes to life big time when it hits. Schoolers fly around. Snails cannonball off the glass sides. Amano shrimp zipping across the tank. Everyone goes nuts. Of course shipping and service always great here.
Keeps for over a week in the fridge and can be cut up and frozen for months.
Quick delivery my fish Love it
My peppercory loaches shrimp and snails love it. It’s easy to make and the fact I can make it then freeze for my family to feed when gone is great. I would tell anyone that has bottom feeder or scavenger to try this . You have no idea what your missing. I’ll be use this all the time
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