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PostPosted: Sun Dec 14, 2008 3:47 am Post subject: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 Hey  guys,
 
 Came  across  this  new  food...  "HUMPY  HEAD"  at  Shivajinagar  (Bangalore).   The  LFS  said  this  food  is  designed  to  increase  hump  on  cichlids...  how  true  is  this  statement?
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 14, 2008 4:13 am Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 Thats  true....  They  are  of  high  percentage  of  proteins  (  over  60%)  to  boost  the  fat  secretion  on  the  head  of  the  cichlid  -  Flowerhorns.  They  does  a  great  enhancing  job  of  specimens  with  a  definition  of  good  hump  in  their  gene.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2009 12:52 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 Yes,  with  its  high  protien  contents  the  hump  grows  big.  Do  you  know  of  any  LFS  in  Delhi  selling  XO  Ocean  free  products  like  XO  Red  and  Humpy  Head/
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:15 am Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 i've  got  some.  i  am  in  Delhi.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 1:39 am Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 Hey  venkey
 
 I  have  humy  head  &  Red  from  Ocean  free  and  KWZone  Malaysia.
 
 Can  get  it  home  delivered  or  you  can  visit  us  at  the  store  in  laxmi  nagar.
 
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 3:48 am Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 yes  humpy  head  is  pretty  good..i  have  used  it  myself..however  do  be  careful  while  using  for  the  first  time..read  the  posts  by  headbanger_jib..he  lost  his  FH  to  the  ocean  free  products..stop  feeding  it  to  them  if  you  see  them  get  stress  bars..
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:36 am Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 You  do  not  need  Humpy  head  to  increase  the  hump  of  your  Cichlids/FH...
 If  they  have  it,  any  diet  with  good  protein  content  would  increase  their  hump..
 
 Hikari  Foods  have  a  Typical  Protein  of  47%,  Grand  Sumo  -  48%,  ChingMix  -  47%...
 With  Humpy  Head,  Please  be  careful.....
 
 Moreover  the  Ocean  free  foods  are  more  soluble  in  water  as  compared  to  their  Conunterparts  of  Hikari,  Sumo  and  Ching....Left  over  food  causes  worms  in  the  tank..  which  I  have  seen  repeatedly  in  my  LFS..  
 
 To  test  soak  any  Ocean  free  pellets  and  Hikari  pellets  in  water  for  15  mins..  see  which  one  makes  the  water  more  dirty..  this  is  one  of  good  crude  test  for  a  floating  pellets...
 
 Also  a  FH  constantly  feeding  on  Ocean  Free  and  a  FH  feeding  on  Hikari  or  other  costly  FH  pellets  (ChingMix,  GrandSumo)..  you  would  see  a  noticeable  difference  in  their  poo  color...  Ocean  Free  fed  FH  would  have  its  Poo  color  red  or  light  brown..  whereas  for  others  it  would  be  black...
 The  red  color  in  the  poo  only  signifies  that  there  are  artificial  colorant  used  in  the  food,  excess  of  which  the  fish  is  rejecting...
 These  colors  over  a  period  of  time  gets  deposited  underneath  the  cells  and  tissues  of  the  fish  and  thus  giving  him  the  color..  this  is  an  artificial  method  and  is  no  way  related  to  pigment  enhancement,  which  is  done  by  natural  spirulina  or  Astaxanthin...The  artificial  colorant  works  much  faster  and  hence  the  owners  become  happy..  but  other  than  diseases,  they  are  also  temporary..  
 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 4:48 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 humpy  head  has  given  me  good  results  so  far
 really  shocked  read  Oscar  madness  quote  ............is  this  really  true
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 5:12 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

                                                   
ADR42  wrote  (View  Post):                
humpy  head  has  given  me  good  results  so  far
 really  shocked  read  Oscar  madness  quote  ............is  this  really  true                

 
 Not  that  I  have  anything  against  humpy  head..  but  it  has  given  you  good  results  for  two  reasons..
 1.  Your  flowerhorn  probably  had  it  in  its  gene..
 2.  The  food  has  much  higher  concentration  of  protein..  if  I  am  not  mistaken  it  is  close  to  60%  protein..
 
 Both  of  them  have  worked  together  to  give  you  the  result..
 Daily  feeding  of  high  protein  diet  is  never  good  to  cichlids  in  special..  they  need  more  balanced  food..
 what  if  I  feed  you  Cheese,  Macaroni  and  Red  Meat  every  day  morning,  evening,  how  long  you  think  your  digestive  system  will  tolerate...   Smile  
 
 With  FH,  I  have  always  seen  people  hurry..  everymorning  checking  whether  color  has  come,  hump  has  grown,  feed  him  with  more  power  diets  and  in  the  process  his  digestive  system  collapses..  
 
 Feed  him  good,  keep  him  well  (water)  ...  he  will  take  his  own  time  depending  on  his  genetics  to  shape  up..  once  he  blossoms..  you  will  have  a  masterpiece...
 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 5:26 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 thanks  buddy
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:40 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 hi,
 i'm  new  here  but  very  happy  about  this  thread.
 just  2  weeks  back  i  bought  x0  ocean  free  humpy  head
 but  thank  god  i  mixed  it  with  taiyo  grow  small  pellets  and  am  feeding  my  fh  and  koi.
 when  i  asked  my  friend  in  the  trade,  he  explained  that  these  products  contain  harmful  chemicals,colourants  and  some  steroids  which  will  slowly  kill  the  fish
 now  i  have  discontinued  it
 for  head  i'm  buying  marine  dried  shrimp  w/o  salt  from  local  market.  it  contains  calcium  and  creatinin
 for  colouration  and  white  of  egg  boiled  hard  and  squeezed  through  mosquito  net  which  looks  like  worms
 for  head.  in  the  farms  people  are  using  maggots  which  r  rich  in  protien  for  sizing  and  head  devolopment
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 08, 2009 10:15 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 i  have  a  golden  monkey  fh  never  give  him  any  humpy  head  or  those  line  of  products  but  still  he  has  a  beautiful  head  and  all  the  fh  characteristics  i  feed  him  chicken  liver  and  arowana  sticks  every  alternate  days  and  use  hanging  filter  instead  of  power  filter.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2009 1:51 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 i  bought  Humpy  head  last  month  when  i  visited  kolkata  i  am  feeding  my  Red  cap  orands  Hikari  Lion  Head  and  i  am  planing  to  feed  humpy  head  along  with  it  will  that  gona  give  me  higher  head  growth
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 3:43 pm Post subject: Re: Humpy Head Reply with quote

 Hi,
      I  am  from  chennai.  Actually  we  are  the  dealers  of  BOYU.  we  have  a  new  product  from  aqua  called  "HUMP  HEAD"
 which  has  a  very  good  response  all  over  tamilnadu.the  protein  content  is  62%  whereas  humpy  head  contains  only  58%
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