How often should you feed your fish

When it comes to feeding your fish while you’re away, you have some options, explained below.
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Believe it or not, your fish can go a few days without eating. If your getaway lasts a little bit longer, you may want to look into getting a sitter or using feeding blocks.
If you decide to ask a friend or neighbor to feed your fish, instruct them with the following:
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As the water starts to get colder, fish metabolisms slow down as they are cold blooded creatures. They become less active and require less food. Break out the thermometer and start checking the water temperatures to make sure you’re feeding your fish properly. Many factors contribute to water temperature, such as amount of shade and depth, so relying on the weather channel alone can be misleading. If you decide to ask a friend or neighbor to feed your fish, instruct them with the following:
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Photo provided by FlickrSupplemental Feeding is Best to Improve the Health and Size of Your Fish.
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In an ornamental tropical fish tank or pond, we feel that you only need to feed your fish once a day. You should only feed them enough food so that it takes about 5 minutes to be eaten. eFishery is the integrated feeding solution for fish and shrimp farming. This machine can feed the fish automatically, sense the fish’s appetite and adjust the amount of feed given with the appetite, and connected to the internet. You can control your fish/shrimp feeding performance directly from your smartphone or laptop, anytime, and anywhere. It can reduce up to 21% of the feeding cost, boost your profit, and give you convenience in handling your business remotely. The best yet affordable technology for your aquaculture business.So... before you buy those fish, ask some questions about their diet. Be careful of any live food you may buy because it can carry disease causing parasites and cause problems in some cases. We suggest that if you are feeding live goldfish for example, that you keep them in a holding tank for one week before feeding them to your fish and use Fish Aquacide. Also feed them some Paracide-X to prevent any internal parasites that may be present.

When you overfeed, you may wake up the next morning and notice that your water is a hazy-white color. This is due to a Bacterial bloom that was caused by the Ammonia level rising in the water. Do a partial water change immediately and use Aqua Gold to re-establish your nitrifying bacterial bed.

eFishery reports the time and amount of the feeding, real-time, to the internet. You can access it from your personal dashboard, through your smartphone, tablet, or PC; anytime and anywhere.Feed your fish with the pre-installed algorithm that is connected to an appetite sensor. The feeding would be more efficient and smarter than ever.Remember the inches-per-gallon rule when stocking your aquarium, and stock it gradually to the maximum level rather than buying all of the fish at once.
Feed your fish sparingly; it is better for them to miss a meal now and then than to be overfed. A tank will not suffer for going unfed over the occasional long weekend.