Weekender Pellet  (snail/fancy shrimp)

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This pellet is very high in calcium making it great for snails and fancy shrimp. It's also very stable in water without fouling.

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 8 oz   $4.25 Stand-Up Foil Pouch
 1 lb  $6.75 Stand-Up Foil Pouch
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 4 lbs  $19.95 Stand-Up Foil Pouch



This Weekender Pellet has many uses. It is hard, very stable and nutritious too. The typical white calcium encrusted weekend feeder is very inferior to this feeder. The Weekender will last a couple days without fouling the water. It can be used as a weekend feeder or a food for animals that don't easily compete. We use them heavily in our Apple snail tanks. The snails will actually outcompete fish for these. Our bristlenose love them too and you don't have to worry about more aggressive feeders getting them first. If you like keeping really large fish, this is a great daily food. Its 9mm size will attract even the largest of aquarium fish.

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Ingredients and Analysis

Analysis: Wheat Flour, Fish Meal, Soy Flour, Blood Meal, Feather Meal, Brewer's Yeast, Fish Oil, Alfalfa Meal, Dicalcium Phosphate, Vitamin and Mineral Supplements, Ethoxyquin. Min. Crude Protein - 40%; Min. Crude Fat -7%; Min. Crude Fiber - 3 %.

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Not only are all my fish eating these, they look better than ever. Excellent food!
A Piller, Tue Sep 19, 2017
 
I've been using these with my mystery snails and they have never done better. They absolutely love these. Oddly enough, so do all the other fish in the tanks.
Kevin Cygan, Tue Apr 11, 2017
 
This is an excellent product. My plecos and my clown loaches love it. The clown loaches are such pigs that the plecos have a hard time competing for food but these weekender pellets stick around long enough for the plecos to get to it after the clown loaches are finished.
Tony Sites, Sun Nov 10, 2013