Originally Posted by Oldfishlady
Good that you are thinking ahead on a very important step...
I am one that believes that everyone should spawn Bettas at least once, great experience that can lead to different and more difficult species
An average spawn for a new hobbyist is usually about 30 fry to adult stage or point that you have to cup the males
I would talk with the owners at your local ma & pa type pet shop and see if they have any interest in any Betta offspring you spawned, don't expect much for them if anything, most will give a store credit.
Be aware that sometimes they will be used as feeders- especially if they are mutts.......
Friends and family
Online...at tropical fish forms that have buy & sell section, however, shipping will be the big cost to either you or the buyer....not to mention the cost of shipping boxes, bags...etc......
I'm sorry but this sounds like what people say about cats, and it leads to overpopulation, suffering, abuse and euthanasia or worse.
I don't condone breeding and if you have to ask what "culling" is well..
After seeing the horrible conditions betta are put through, kept in and subjected to it just irks me, if you care about your fish why would you want to perpetuate this?
Actually, I don't mean to single you out OFL, I enjoy your posts and advice, it's just that this has been on my mind since I have gotten to know and love my bettas and it really bothers me the way they are commodified.
I just can't condone it for Clampy's sake :(