How commonly should I nurture my fish feeders?
I have an red oscar, albino oscar, a jack dempsey, and african chiclids in my tank. I know its not nontoxic to feed fish feeders but my oscars are always hungry the albino is always attacking the red oscar and they adjectives are medium size beside the african chiclids.
Don't worry they will soon grow up and eat the other tank inhabitants consequently if they are both male one will kill the other and you will call a halt up with 1 oscar
Alternatives were t.worms, poly- wogs, b.shrimp and chow or pellet food. Think more or less it. What do you think they eat in the passionate? So, use a variety.
Never is best. Feeders can carry all kinds of diseases and they submit no nutritional value. But I know it can be interesting to watch. If you have a separate container that you use for breeding feeders such as guppies, then you could give them feeders 2 or 3 times a week. Never use store bought feeders
And oscars don't only enjoy to eat feeders. Mine eats cichlid pellets, crickets, earthworms, freeze dried shrimp, and I'm starting to make a contribution him peas. He has never gotten a feeder and he never will.
the types of fish that you have are just naturally aggressive.. you may obligation to separate them.
Never feed your African Cichlids feeders. Most likely they are contained by the mbuna family from Lake Malawi. They are specialized herbivores that eat algae off of the rocks. As for the other fish, whether you raise the feeders yourself then I wouldn't worry in the region of it. You could do it even a few times a week. But most likely you're going to go buy them from the store. Don't! They are very malnurished and enjoy very little nutritional value. Plus they can have diseases that your fish can carry. And your fish would have too much protein in their diet and can get gap in the head disease.