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Old 03-02-2010, 05:29 PM   #11 
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Honestly I don't see much of a point in feeding them. They don't last for very long in such a small container before they overpollute it and kill themselves. Better off just feeding them freshly hatched. That is when their egg-sacs are the fullest and therefore the shrimp is the most nutritious at that point. Any leftovers can be strained and frozen, or you can just hatch only a very small batch at a time. I usually only use a pinky-fingernail sized portion of eggs for each batch. I'll take a pic of the shrimpery later tonight. You can also youtube tons of tutorials on how to make it.
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woohoo ^-^ that will save me so mutch frozen shrimp are so expensive i can order a huge bag of eggs on ebay for less then my bf paid for the hikari frozen trays and most likely healtheir for them
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