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For the previous few years our goldfish in our pond surfaced around the same time each day and waited to be fed. During the summer the goldfish suddenly
I have several adult goldfish together. They’ve always all gotten along fine. One fancy goldfish grow humps on his back and another common goldfish which
I saw on the internet, a while ago, a chart that showed how much food (in grams) a fish should be fed, by its own weight/length. I now can’t find the chart.
Goldfish velvet disease is a protozoan parasite similar to Ich. Infected fish have a light tan velvet like coating over their bodies.
Ulceration disease causes the gills to become inflamed and filminess of the eyes. The disease causes filminess of the eyes and swollen gills.
Learn about hand spawning your goldfish safely. If your breeders are not ready to spawn, you can easily hurt them. Ideally wait until they are already spawning.
Goldfish Lice are free swimming crustaceans that attach themselves to fish and feed on their blood. Fully grown they are 3-4mm round and translucent.
Fiberglass goldfish ponds can range from 50-100 gallons right up to the size of swimming pools. A second hand swimming pool would make an ideal pond.
Feeding goldfish fry the correct food when they are looking for their first meal is key to raising fry successfully.
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