Koi Fish Observations
Every two weeks each fish was weighed, measured and body shape, fins and color checked.
32 fish started, 30 made it through the year. Two fish in pond #12 died with no apparent disease. Growth ranged from 1/2" to 3" on the remaining 30 fish. Color had diminished an average of approx. 50% while Body Shape showed about 1% distortion. None of the fish were of show quality at the end of one year.
- Mostly more questions.
- None of the fish food was supplying all of the nutrients necessary to maintain the quality that the Japanese Koi had when they got to the U.S.
- Still something missing.
- Where to get further help or information.
The search for help started with the U.S. Marine Fisheries. To make a long story short, recommendations led Koiman to Georgia State University and Kansas State University.
Results and Records were given to the Universities and they did their own studies which revealed that a High Value Protein diet was needed to enhance color and growth in Koi Fish. In other words the total protein percentage was not as important as the ratio of animal protein to vegetable protein. High Value Protein content of the slime coat was the most important factor in koi food nutrition for healthy koi and pond fish with champion color and optimum growth. (CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE)
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