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Old 03-29-2011, 10:47 PM   #11 
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So just to clarify: I feed my bettas with hikari micro wafers (sorry not pellets) Typical analysis on the package: Protein 48%, Oil 12%, Fiber 1.5%, Ash 9.9%, Phosporus 1.5%. My "boys" get these these for about one year now without any problems. I used to feed them betta pellets and blood worms (freeze dried) and I used to get "bloaters" every once in a while. So I guess final decision is up to you, but this was my experience.
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Nice, that is almost 50% protein, my micros are at about 45% protein. I don't feed freeze dried, I just don't want to risk it lol :).
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