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How often should I feed my fish freeze dried brine shrimp?

Asked: Lucas Olsen, Last Updated:

So you may have to push it down a little bit in some instances. We recommend feeding the Aquatic Foods Inc. Freeze Dried Brine Shrimp Cubes 2 to 3 times a week as a snack.

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