Want to feed your fry and small fish some nutritious baby brine shrimp but without the hassle of hatching them? These decapsulated brine shrimp eggs can be fed directly to fry without having to setup a brine shrimp hatchery.
The unwanted egg shell has been removed leaving the vitamin rich egg yolk intact. Just soak the eggs in some water to rehydrate, then feed directly into the tank.
Note: these are non-hatching decapsulated brine shrimp eggs and will not hatch.
Decapsulated Brine Shrimp Eggs
Posted by Jason on 18th Dec 2012
This is the only thing i use for my angelfish fry, they love it and best of all it is easy.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Aug 2012
I haven't tried to feed my bettas with this food product yet... I bought this food for my next spawn and this will be my first time spawning betta. Hoppefully, my fries like this product. I'll update when I use it.
Posted by Mark K on 15th Jul 2012
I bought a couple of pouches of these at the 2011 ACA convention and have been very pleased.
I feed these the same way I feed frozen baby brine, I use a 1/8 tsp. measure and dump it in a plastic cup with tank water and direct the food to choice locations with a turkey baster.
All fish devour the food greedily. Highly recommended.
Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2012
absolutely a great product! my fishes beat each other up over this stuff! they eat this stuff like they haven't eaten in like a whole month! just a good little pinch each feeding will do the job. very good product to use to condition your fishes!
Posted by Norm on 25th Aug 2011
I've been feeding fresh hatched or frozen baby brine shrimp to my fish and their babies for a long time. But like so many things, there is a better way...and this is it.
The package says they can be fed directly, but there are so many of them in such a small container I prefer to put them into a shot glass with some water in it, stir it up and dump a bit in at a time. It's a lot easier to get the right amount. And the right amount is a very small amount indeed. And even though the fish had never had these before they took to them greedily devouring every single one in the tank in a matter of a minute. I'll be using these for a long time.