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Old 07/23/2016, 09:59 AM   #1
KrazieKiKi
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Astaxanthin-The word I can't spell

Hey guys. I know I'm blowing up the forum and I'm sorry!!!! But I was wondering if any of the advanced hobbyists have experience using Astaxanthin powders in your feeds? I use a HUFA and garlic additive 6 days a week. I've done some research and its suggests that it brings out reds, yellows and oranges in fish. Thoughts and feedback appreciated


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Old 07/23/2016, 11:33 AM   #2
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Sorry, I feed frozen and the only additive I use is Selcon, my horses stay red ,orange and yellow all the time.


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Old 09/02/2016, 06:24 PM   #3
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I'm generally not a fan of dusting the powder on frozen as much of it washes off when the food is in the tank or blown off when the horse eats it. I do however, feed it to brine shrimp and feed live adult bs enriched with it once a week or so. Not sure if its gonna make a difference in color on that level...


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