Mid-Summer Update August 18 2017, 0 Comments

We had a real sweet break from the August heat, but it looks like its making a comeback!  It's back-to-school time with homework and after-school functions keeping families very busy!  Don't forget to feed the fish!  It will soon be transition time for your outdoor ornamental and pond fish (depending on your geographical location!). Here in the south, we really don't think about fall or winter until Thanksgiving!  

When the pond water begins to cool down, most koi keepers and fish hobbyists change to a lower protein diet with added wheat germ. Many of today's pond pellets contain wheat germ even at higher levels of protein. You can feed either either way.  It really depends on your preferences.  

We will start offering 28% Fall/Winter diet around mid-September!

In the meantime, you can save some cash by choosing our premium 35% protein color-enhancing diet with wheat germ at 10% off through Labor Day!  This diet is actually processed specifically for feeding koi and goldfish all year long.  We've also included our newest line of 32% premium protein low-dust formula in the 10% off sale. Neither diet contains corn or corn ingredients, and both are very low in dust, making these ideal for outdoor aquariums! 

Time passes so quickly.  Before you know it, Christmas will roll around again and a whole new year! Enjoy nature! Relax, and feed the fish! A peace of mind is a daily necessity!

Fall/Winter 28% Protein Diet is Back! September 09 2016, 3 Comments

Kenny's Chillin' Chow has returned!  We have received a brand new shipment of large and medium floating pellets.  This fall/winter low-protein diet contains wheat germ meal and alfalfa meal which will help with the assimilation of fish food during the cool feeding season.  This is great cool-season food for all pond fish.  You can reduce the protein requirements when the water temperature falls to about 60 F.  

NOTE:  Although this is a cool season formula, it does not contain any color enhancer ingredients.  

Are your fish hungry? February 27 2016, 0 Comments

Kenny always makes the biggest splash in the pond!