Steamed Eggs for fry and young fish With the additives like dried blood worms

By Gary Hater Introduction In North America and much of the EU, raising fry has become a regiment of hatching brine shrimp and gradually converting to gel food, frozen food, or micro pellets. Recently on Facebook I saw a video on raising young fry with steamed chicken eggs in the Chinese tradition. After searching the … Read more

05 April 2017 President’s Blog

Something new! There will soon be articles posted here on the website. Articles will be more detailed and a little longer than a blog. Our VP of Programs, Robert Crosby, has a new piece upcoming as do I with an article coming out later today. For my article I have been doing trials on steamed chicken … Read more

Blog 2016 – 7: Food, Floating, Fry, and Future by Gary Hater

Fresh protein and vegetables must be better than canned materials. Today we discuss fresh turnip Greens, above are typically available all year round and they are loaded with fiber, Vitamins A, C, and K. If you google the nutrients you will be surprised and pleased. Turnip greens are easy to grow, but you can get a … Read more

Blog 2016 – 6: Food, Floating, Fry, and Future by Gary Hater

Variations in the gel food recipe Once you have the basic gel food recipe and procedure down, you must try and test the flexibility of the recipe. Over the decades of making this I have found out a lot of interesting stuff about what works and what is not worth the time and ingredients. My … Read more

Blog 2016 – 4 & 5, Food, Floating, Fry, and Future by Gary Hater

Making the Pantry Classic: Last week we sent you all shopping for the ingredients. Be sure to review them in this post. This week, a two-step mix and assembly. Since this is a big picture show with so much info, I have labeled it for double blog status. First take four cups of hot water … Read more

Blog 2016-3, Food, Floating, Fry, and Future by Gary Hater

Quick, basic components aka the Pantry Mix: For homemade food recipes that are organic, fresh, nutritional peak of perfection, bar no expense, you will have to wait a few weeks. Let us start instead with the basics from the pantry that can be completed in 30 minutes. I promise we will get to high brow … Read more

Blog 2016-2, Food, Floating, Fry, and Future by Gary Hater

An easy place to start: Before we go down the recipe trail, I thought we might start with the simplest methods first, which are leftovers and “as is” human foods suitable for Goldfish. Goldfish will eat lots of stuff and fresh foods are a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins and nutrients to create pigment … Read more

Issue 2016-1, Food, Floating, Fry, and Future by Gary Hater

So a couple a years ago I started a blog on a different web site, some loved it others preferred interactive threads instead. Threads to me over the years have been very beneficial but they tend to be too short, chopped up, and someone always comes in off topic. So this time it is going … Read more