Quarterly Newsletter (Like this one)
Yeahhhhhhhhhhhh, I’m wayyyyyy too lazy to bombard ANYONE with a message-a-day like some of these marketing websites do.
To be honest, I don’t sign up for newsletters either, because I don’t know whether they’re gonna blow up my emailbox.
Well, I won’t send you something every day, every week or even every month. The last message went out December 2019 and the one before that was July. So, it’s been about every 6 months. And I put in IMPORTANT things. Like DCM and Grain Free Diets and where to get an Aquarium filter for under 10$ that normally retails for $30-$40
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My Favorite Amazon Recommendations
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PraziPro for Flukes
Buy Some Good Koi?
Best Food, Ever
Pro Air 60 Aerator is a VERY high output air pump pushing my whole fish room (17+ drops), and I have one at home driving everything there, and I have one as a back up.
Topical For Koi and Pond Fish Ulcers
Koi Health & Disease
I have over ten of these Titanium Heaters in my fish room and at home. They're a paradigm shift in aquarium heating. They're titanium and 400W for under $30! Whaaaaaaaaat?
CyroPro by Hikari is safe and easy for Anchor Worms and Fish Lice.
Whatever heaters you use, back yourself up with a temperature controller, it'll turn on, and off your heaters. If your heater seizes "on" at least the thermostat will stop a tragedy.
LifeGuard by Tetra is a tablet version of a tame 'chloramine-t' or 'halamid' compound that's easy to get and good on bacterial infections, in baths.
For me, filtration-of-choice
Rubber sided, round, nettable tanks
1200 Watt heater, on a thermostat held securely above the waterline, works GREAT as a large tank heater. That's all I'll say because there's risk of electrocution and all that. But then, even in a bucket you could get killed. Sound like fun?
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