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Old 11-20-2013, 10:39 PM   #11
 
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WELCOME TO TFK!!!

Its really cool here.. Kick off your shoes, relax and stay awhile.. I can make you a peanut butter and jelly if you would like. Just pay for shipping.
Hi Uncle Easy,

Thanks for the warmest welcome! You always make your own gel food for your goldfishes?

I read a lot about home made gel food but have never find a great recipe and time to make some for my fishes though.

Great to have it done and delivered! But it would be a long journey! All the way from your place to Singapore!?!

Just gotten a TVR cull to try and experience it, from an experienced hobbyist which he doesn't mind to let me try to explore and learn from keeping TVR cull.

Precious only 1 BBR cull.

Due to my careless mistakes, 5 of my fishes wiped out, only left 4, they are 1 Oranda, 1 Ryukin, 1 Lionhead, and 1 Thai Ranchu.

Now raising the 2 batches of fries from the recent spawns using hatched brine shrimp eggs, also FOC from the hobbyist to let me learn.

Cheers,
Jenson
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:14 AM   #12
 
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Hi Uncle Easy,

Thanks for the warmest welcome! You always make your own gel food for your goldfishes?

I read a lot about home made gel food but have never find a great recipe and time to make some for my fishes though.

Great to have it done and delivered! But it would be a long journey! All the way from your place to Singapore!?!

Just gotten a TVR cull to try and experience it, from an experienced hobbyist which he doesn't mind to let me try to explore and learn from keeping TVR cull.

Precious only 1 BBR cull.

Due to my careless mistakes, 5 of my fishes wiped out, only left 4, they are 1 Oranda, 1 Ryukin, 1 Lionhead, and 1 Thai Ranchu.

Now raising the 2 batches of fries from the recent spawns using hatched brine shrimp eggs, also FOC from the hobbyist to let me learn.

Cheers,
Jenson
I meant I will make you a sandwich, it was a joke.. Sorry for the miscommunication

I'm sure someone on this site can help you with making food for your fish. I am sorry for your loss of fish
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:38 AM   #13
 
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Hello and welcome! Please post pics of your goldfish if you can.
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:43 AM   #14
 
The video below shows the remaining 4 fishes I have now:

I keep them in a marine tank I bought from a reefer, so the water level is quite high for them, close to 2.5ft.

4 Survivals of the internals - YouTube
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:44 AM   #15
 
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I meant I will make you a sandwich, it was a joke.. Sorry for the miscommunication

I'm sure someone on this site can help you with making food for your fish. I am sorry for your loss of fish
No problem, so far I've only been feeding them SSS sinking pellets, some bros advised me to feed them some frozen blood worm every day too.
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:55 AM   #16
 
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The video below shows the remaining 4 fishes I have now:

I keep them in a marine tank I bought from a reefer, so the water level is quite high for them, close to 2.5ft.

4 Survivals of the internals - YouTube
Those are some serious goldfish . I love the fat one with the double tail.

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Old 11-21-2013, 07:53 AM   #17
 
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Welcome... goldies are amazing little ( not always that little) critters.. Mine are "outdoor" fish that provide hours of enjoyment to my wife and I and the neighborhood kids.. sorry to hear you lost a few...mistakes happen...life is a learning experience.. we dont stop learning until we take a dirt nap...
enjoy the friendly folks here...I'll have to view your vidio when i get home..As its blocked here at work ( something I should be doing now)
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Old 11-22-2013, 01:12 AM   #18
 
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Welcome... goldies are amazing little ( not always that little) critters.. Mine are "outdoor" fish that provide hours of enjoyment to my wife and I and the neighborhood kids.. sorry to hear you lost a few...mistakes happen...life is a learning experience.. we dont stop learning until we take a dirt nap...
enjoy the friendly folks here...I'll have to view your vidio when i get home..As its blocked here at work ( something I should be doing now)
In Singapore, majority of us are staying in government subsidised apartment, while those more affluent can afford to buy landed property, which usually costs a few millions and above to posses it.

Thus, not really possible for us to have the luxury to keep outdoor fishes. I often heard that outdoor setup is the best for goldfishes and ranchus.
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Old 11-22-2013, 01:45 AM   #19
 
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In addition to bloodworms, try feeding frozen daphnia, its for sale at petsmart. Do you have petsmart in Singapore?
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Old 11-22-2013, 10:05 AM   #20
 
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shelled peas are taken well too,give them a little squish first.
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