Had a random fry come in with a fish order and it refused to eat baby brine, so Dean suggested I try this and it ate first try :)
I unexpectedly found some dwarf rainbow fry in my tank - so I ordered this - they love it and so far I’ve made it to week 5-6 - Of course new baby’s keep appearing so I feed this and baby brine shrimp - ive learned so much from reading and watching corys videos and articles thanks for all the help and all the great products and plants 😊 keep up the good work!
I feed 5-50 micron Golden Pearls and green water to baby rainbows for a few days, then I switch to this slightly larger food and microworms. All types of small fish really go after this food. It has a lot of algae meal but all fish fry I have used it for have torn it up. One small bottle of it will last a long time so it seems like a good deal. I think it is better than the Hikari First Bites, which seems to pollute the water a little more and the fish don't seem to slam it as hard, and it may be that fry that never had chlorophyll or another "color" food may never get the grown up colors you were looking for.
Even though we hatch live baby brine shrimp for various fry daily, we still find that Sera Micron is a must-have supplement. Our preferred method is tapping some powder into a small container of water and mixing thoroughly to create a green liquid fry formula that can be fed via baster or syringe. Sometimes we also add to our rinsed brine shrimp before feeding to fortify with greens. Whether as a back up in case of a poor brine shrimp hatch, or as a complete addition for feeding rather small fry, we recommend always having Sera Micron on hand if you are serious about breeding fish.
Bought this for Crib cichlid fry and they loved it. Made it easy to feed and grow the fry
I purchased this food because my new guppies started producing fry and they went bananas for it! As soon as it hits the water they attack like tiny piranhas. Their growth rate increased as well.
When I ordered this growth food I did not realize that my White Cloud Mountain minnows would give me about 60 more mouths to feed. I put them in an empty tank for one day then decided to put them back in their original tank. Two days later tiny, tiny babies started showing up in the now almost empty tank. These fry are so tiny that I could not even see them for a couple of days without a magnifying glass. There was no way they could eat crushed food of any type. Sera Micron: Growth Food has saved their lives so far. They are a week old today, or most of them are. It seems like they kept hatching for several days. I have no idea what I'll do with all these fry if they make it to adulthood. They seem to be doing great on this food, though. Newly hatched brine shrimp are much too big for them to eat at this stage in their lives.
It's amazing food for fry. I feed it to baby guppies.
Is what my fish and snails said when I asked them about this! This food is a fine green powder that is really easy for nano fish to eat. My Chili rasboras eat it, my Hastatus Corys eat it, my snails eat it, and, of course, my betta eats it! I feed many different types of food and this is a great addition! If you have fish with small mouths, or baby fish, this should work well for you. The only downside is that it doesn't come with a serving tool, but if you've used other foods that come with tiny spoons, use one of those.
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