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Can you feed frozen brine shrimp everyday?

Asked: Carla Foster, Last Updated:

Your fine to feed frozen foods everyday (or rather at every feeding), but you do want to try and rotate your fishes diet a bit because feeding exclusively one food is going to lead to deficiencies.

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