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Tetra Pond Sticks Review

Tetra Pond Sticks are an easy to digest, and highly nutritional food specially developed for pond fish such as goldfish and koi. The Tetra brand knows what these coldwater fish need as far as diet and nutrition are concerned so over the years they have come up with the perfect formula to meet all the dietary requirements. Tetra Pond Sticks contain all the protein, fat and fiber the coldwater fish need to stay happy and healthy.

Tetra Pond Sticks come in a variety of sizes so that you can choose the one that is right for you. A 3.53 oz. container is the smallest one offered and it runs for about $6.99, while the largest container comes in a 3.75 lbs. bucket that runs for $39.99.

This mixture of easy to digest floating sticks is a combination of ingredients specially formulated to promote healthy fish and increase energy. This combination of food sticks help to reduce waste by increasing digestibility while lowering waste output. The high fiber content helps to increase digestion efficiency while the amino acids and proteins promote better growth. There is just the right amount of fat to provide energy and plenty of vitamins to keep a healthy immune system.

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These pond sticks are designed to be affective for feeding in temperatures no lower than 50°F. If the water temperature drops below 50°F, do not feed your fish. Their metabolisms do not work very well at these lower temperatures and you risk digestion problems. The best solution to this problem is to use coldwater food such as Tetra Pond Spring and Fall Diet. The Spring and Fall Diet is specially designed with wheat germ to maximize digestion during the cooler months in temperatures as low as 39°F. The slow dissolving sticks contain a special balance of protein, fat and fiber, as well as other much needed nutritional ingredients.

Tetra Pond Sticks should be fed to your pond fish two or three times daily and only as much as can be consumed within a few minutes. Overfeeding will lead to cloudy, polluted water so try to avoid overfeeding as much as possible.


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