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PostPosted: Mon Sep 21, 2015 9:01 pm Post subject: Frozen Adult Brain Shrimp available Reply with quote

 Frozen  Adult  Brain  Shrimp  available  at  1/2  Kg  Pack.  
 
 Interested  People  please  call  me  on  08884003706,  Bangalore  pickup  only.  
 
 Benefits:They  are  soft  and  easily  digestible  
 and  contain  enzymes  that  help  fish  to  better  utilize  other  feeds,  They  are  high  in  protein,  ranging  
 from  55%  to  60%  protein  by  dry  weight,  supporting  rapid  weight  gain  in  young  fish.  They  can  be  enriched  with  other  feeds  or  additives,  a  process  often  referred  to  as  "bio-encapsulation"  in  order  to  deliver  HUF  As,  antibiotics,  or  other  nutrients  to  the  target  species  They  can  be  fed  to  both  
 marine  and  freshwater  fish,  surviving  and  swimming  for  hours  -  even  in  fresh  water;  They  originate  in  hyper-saline  biotopes  and,  therefore,  they  are  seldom  vectors  for  diseases  that  affect  fish;  They  grow  quickly,  multiplying  in  
 weight  500-fold  in  three  to  four  weeks  and  increasing  in  size  from  450  microns  to  1.5  centimeters  in  length.  
 
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 Vinay
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