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    Default New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    Just sharing......we are only sending this out to our Australian customers initially, whilst we source a sealed container to safely send it overseas.

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    https://www.blackworms.com.au/Produc...ctCode=F%2D010
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    Default Re: New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    Aussie Aussie Aussie Oi Oi Oi!

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    I feed Tubifex now. The ones sold commercially are farm raised. They haven't come from sewer water (although the worms are well equipped to live in sewage). I've considered raising my own but the scale I'd be able to raise them on doesn't come close to what I need to feed all my tanks of fish. I make do with freeze dried cubes

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    Default Re: New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    I literally took Liz's advice on tubifex worms I found on a different thread. I feed my fish fish freeze dried tubifex worms 2-3 a day with zero issues. Very clean. Very safe.

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    Default Re: New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    Quote Originally Posted by LizStreithorst View Post
    I feed Tubifex now. The ones sold commercially are farm raised. They haven't come from sewer water (although the worms are well equipped to live in sewage). I've considered raising my own but the scale I'd be able to raise them on doesn't come close to what I need to feed all my tanks of fish. I make do with freeze dried cubes

    NO SIGN OF ILLNESS NOR UNEXPECTED DEATHS FOR OVER A YEAR NOW.
    Are you talking live or freeze dried, Liz?
    At my age, everything is irritating.

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    Default Re: New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    Liz
    Why don't you feed fdbw's? Just curious.
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    Default Re: New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    Freeze dried.
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    Default Re: New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    Quote Originally Posted by brady View Post
    Liz
    Why don't you feed fdbw's? Just curious.
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    Jay, I don't think the freeze dried blood worms have much nutrition. They look like empty shells. Besudes, the Discus don't like to eat from the top and freeze dried blood worms float.
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    Default Re: New product Australian Blackworms Flake

    Freeze dried bloodworms are also high in protein ....... Hikari Freeze Dried Bloodworms protein 55%

    Quote Originally Posted by LizStreithorst View Post
    Jay, I don't think the freeze dried blood worms have much nutrition. They look like empty shells. Besudes, the Discus don't like to eat from the top and freeze dried blood worms float.
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