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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2004 9:38 pm Post subject: goldfish breeding Reply with quote

 Hello  guys,
 Is  there  any  artificial  way  of  breeding  goldfishes?I  was  wondering  how  could  the  wholesale  deales  sell  their  goldfishes  at  a  very  low  price,Are  these  fishes  injected  with  harmones  for  frequent  breeding?  could  anybody  put  some  light  on  this
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 They  lay  1000's  of  eggs  so  no  need  to  spend  money  injecting  hormones.
 Prices  depend  on  demand  and  supply.  I  believe  the  supply  is  more  than  demand  therefore  the  low  price.
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 Hi  Beta,
 Thanks  for  your  instant  reply  Very Happy    as  a  matter  of  interest  i  wanted  to  know  how  the  breeding  is  done  on  goldfish  farms  using  the  artificial  method
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 They  usually  dont  breed  goldfish  artificially  as  Goldfish  lay  a  lot  of    eggs  very  easily!  they  just  leave  many  fish  together  and  so  they  have  a  lot  of  fry,  and  morover  the  feeding  requirements  is  very  easy  and  one  dosent  have  to  spend  money  on  brineshrimp  for  the  fry  he  can  feed  daphnia  and  get  away!
 The  goldfish  can  be  bred  artifically  by  stripping  the  eggs  from  the  fish  by  hand  but  its  not  a  recommended  method  as  the  life  of  the  fish  may  decrease!
 
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 Pituitary  gland  extract  (1  part  extract  and  2  parts  Glycerin)  is  injected  into  the  females  at  the  base  of  the  pectoral  fin  or  below  the  dorsal  fin  or  lateral  line.  The  amount  of  extract  injected  is  according  to  the  weight  of  the  fish.  I  think  2  injections  are  given  in  a  gap  of  4  hours.  Then  the  eggs  are  taken  from  the  females  and  mixed  with  milt.  
 
 I  dont  know  if  people  still  follow  this  method.  It  was  used  to  spawn  Red  tail  sharks  and  Clown  loaches  in  the  past.
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 Going  by  my  personal  experience,  feeding  goldfish  with  Azoo's  wheat  germ  pellets  had  resulted  in  the  fish  spawning  once  a  week.  
 
 just  my  observation.
 
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 Right  you  are  Beta,  they  follow  this  practice  with  ripe  koi  females  .
 Actually  we  rarely  get  to  see  thoroughbred  breeders  in  our  country  like  what  you  find  in  the  Far  East  which  are  superspawners  laying  over  2-3000  eggs.Under  natural  conditions  the  hatchout  percentage  is  around  60-70%  and  with  artificial  methods  they  can  achieve  close  to  100%  .With    a  few  dozen  females  you  can  arrive  at  the  figures....  a  goldfish  factory
 
 
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 Shishir,  Did  you  know  that  Japanese  Kois  lay  close  to  50000  eggs
 
 
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 Hi  Kiran,
 disposing  50000  koi  fry  is  going  to  be  really  painful  than  breeding  them  Very Happy
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