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    Top quality frozen foods

    Hello everyone. I've got some awesome homemade frozen foods I would like to bring to the auction next week. Please let me know if you are interested so we can work out a way for you to make it home with the foods still frozen and I know how much to bring. All vegetables are peeled and de-seeded. Meats are trimmed to perfection. Everything is run through a grinder two or three times then ran through a food mill to ensure a perfect blend and no left overs will end up in the bottom of your tank. Packed with tons of extra vitamins, minerals, and supplements. Stop paying premium prices for food full of fillers (corn meal, fish meal, flour!). This is top quality human grade food fresh from the markets. If you want gorgeous eye-popping fish, this is what you've been looking for. If you have any questions feel free to ask. $12 per half pound or $20/lb. I also have all natural pigments to add with your pre-order or I can provide you with a bag to add to your own food for an additional $2.50/lb. Ingredients listed below. Have a great rest of the weekend and hope to see you guys next Sunday! Tank on!

    -Norris Kilgore


    ***********Color additives***********
    Reds - Canthaxanthine, beta-carotene, Astaxanthin, Paprika
    Yellows - Turmeric, Nekton gelb, marigold powder (25%lutein)
    Blues - Spirulina, Seaweed/kelp, Chlorella, anthocyanin
    Green - Spirulina, Seaweed/kelp powder, Chlorella, marigold powder, anthocyanin


    **********Ingredients************
    *****Seafood mix******
    Salmon filets
    Squash
    Whole shrimp
    Zuchini
    Mussels
    Banana
    Multivitamins
    Calcium citrate + Vitamin D3
    Spirulina
    Probiotics
    Cod liver oil
    Honey
    Agar agar
    Vitamin A/D3
    Calcium carbonate
    Niacin
    Thiamin
    Biotin
    Folic acid
    ******Beefheart mix********
    Beef heart
    Whole shrimp
    Spinach
    Green peas
    kelp powder
    Banana
    Garlic
    Multivitamins
    Lecithin
    Choline
    Spirulina
    Folic acid
    Agar/gelatin
    Niacin
    Thiamin
    Biotin
    ********Veggie mix********
    Shrimp
    Green peas
    romaine lettuce
    carrots
    squash
    zuchini
    pumpkin
    cucumber
    broccoli
    banana
    garlic
    red pepper
    menhaden oil
    garlic
    multivitamins
    spirulina
    agar agar
    paprika
    Niacin
    Thiamin
    Biotin
    Folic acid

    Golden panda discus over almost 4 months time. From 5" in QT to almost 5.5"
    golden panda.jpg

    Pigeon blood and blue diamond over ~10weeks
    pigeon.jpg blue diamond.jpg
    Last edited by steppedinds; 04-07-2018 at 06:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steppedinds View Post
    Hello everyone. I've got some awesome homemade frozen foods I would like to bring to the auction next week. Please let me know if you are interested so we can work out a way for you to make it home with the foods still frozen and I know how much to bring. All vegetables are peeled and de-seeded. Meats are trimmed to perfection. Everything is run through a grinder two or three times then ran through a food mill to ensure a perfect blend and no left overs will end up in the bottom of your tank. Packed with tons of extra vitamins, minerals, and supplements. Stop paying premium prices for food full of fillers (corn meal, fish meal, flour!). This is top quality human grade food fresh from the markets. If you want gorgeous eye-popping fish, this is what you've been looking for. If you have any questions feel free to ask. $12 per half pound or $20/lb. I also have all natural pigments to add with your pre-order or I can provide you with a bag to add to your own food for an additional $2.50/lb. Ingredients listed below. Have a great rest of the weekend and hope to see you guys next Sunday! Tank on!

    -Norris Kilgore


    ***********Color additives***********
    Reds - Canthaxanthine, beta-carotene, Astaxanthin, Paprika
    Yellows - Turmeric, Nekton gelb, marigold powder (25%lutein)
    Blues - Spirulina, Seaweed/kelp, Chlorella, anthocyanin
    Green - Spirulina, Seaweed/kelp powder, Chlorella, marigold powder, anthocyanin


    **********Ingredients************
    *****Seafood mix******
    Salmon filets
    Squash
    Whole shrimp
    Zuchini
    Mussels
    Banana
    Multivitamins
    Calcium citrate + Vitamin D3
    Spirulina
    Probiotics
    Cod liver oil
    Honey
    Agar agar
    Vitamin A/D3
    Calcium carbonate
    Niacin
    Thiamin
    Biotin
    Folic acid
    ******Beefheart mix********
    Beef heart
    Whole shrimp
    Spinach
    Green peas
    kelp powder
    Banana
    Garlic
    Multivitamins
    Lecithin
    Choline
    Spirulina
    Folic acid
    Agar/gelatin
    Niacin
    Thiamin
    Biotin
    ********Veggie mix********
    Shrimp
    Green peas
    romaine lettuce
    carrots
    squash
    zuchini
    pumpkin
    cucumber
    broccoli
    banana
    garlic
    red pepper
    menhaden oil
    garlic
    multivitamins
    spirulina
    agar agar
    paprika
    Niacin
    Thiamin
    Biotin
    Folic acid

    Golden panda discus over almost 4 months time. From 5" in QT to almost 5.5"
    golden panda.jpg

    Pigeon blood and blue diamond over ~10weeks
    pigeon.jpg blue diamond.jpg
    I would some beefheart. But don't know if I will make auction. Call me at 678 756 2611.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhercher View Post
    I would some beefheart. But don't know if I will make auction. Call me at 678 756 2611.
    Left you a message with my number ;) Call anytime convenient for you

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    Are the ingredients listed in any particular order?

    Do you recommend thawing the foods before feeding, and do you suggest any particular procedure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by canoe View Post
    Are the ingredients listed in any particular order?

    Do you recommend thawing the foods before feeding, and do you suggest any particular procedure?
    Ingredients are in descending order of weight added. It is best to break into small pieces and serve frozen. It will defrost in the aquarium water in seconds as the fish are eating. Most fish do best with a variety of foods in their diet and using these in combination will have the best results

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    Last call. Anyone else interested please pm me

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    I would like a pound of the beefheart mix pls
    Thanks Boni

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perrin150 View Post
    I would like a pound of the beefheart mix pls
    Thanks Boni
    Awesome. I should be getting there around 1 or 2. I'll pm my contact info when i get off work


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