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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by johnskoi, Jun 11, 2015.
Yay!! Double the bacon!! lol
i almost choked on my lemonade (mike's ) when i read that .... on long island, i raised koi for over 20 yrs (a backyard business since 1998 and similarly i did not bring in ANY fish since may of '99 -- bred my own,blahblahblah))... while SERIOUS koi diseases only scratch the surface when compared to poultry, i've earned the reputation as THE koi-nazi ... i really haven't updated the website longislandkoi.com , and i've toned it down a LOT over the years, but you'll get the idea lol -- i wouldn't let people walk in the yard with a water sample (seriously, a drop of water from a contaminated pond could've put me out of business) -- i would teach them HOW to test... if anybody needed help, i would do what i could --- within reason
golfish are easier than koi, that can of [email protected]$s can be opened when you mix the two (your goldies will be fine tho )
I live in SD and have heard nothing about a private non-commercial flock being culled. The only ones on the news here are large scale operations. No mention of backyard flocks, so I'm confused as to where the eggs came from? Closest hatchery is in IA.
that WAS them (i don't want someone else being wrongfully pin-pointed), but the label clearly read hudson, sd...
maybe i'll start breeding kimchi ---- farming it would be too much like work... ... sooo many cabbage farms on eastern long island, i should've paid some attention...
I've never tried koi, but I have a large saltwater fish tank full of fish and coral, and there have been several occasions that I've had to ask myself "Why?"
I love me some kimchi!
because they're friggin' beautiful and they make you happy! ( i mean that refering to your salt walt-water set-up )....i have an empty 72 aquarium that's gonna be sitting empty for a while....back to the yard for me , but i'd love to see pics of the tank
... and if you ever decide to get into koi, talk to me ----- saltwater conversion(ammo-nitrite-nitrate) relies on anaerobic conversion, koi should have AEROBIC --- know quite a few people who mastered SW and were extremely frazzled by their koi....
okay -- now it's back to the yard...
Aerobic? No thanks
Loved the latest video and I am so happy for you that everyone is doing well.
A big THANK YOU right back at ya!
I always wanted a salt water aquarium.