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What do you feed baby carp fish?

Asked: Viviane et Alexandre 🇨🇦 Qc, Date Created:

Carp fry of a few days old are so undeveloped that they cannot digest pelleted foods. These first-feeding fry need to be fed on live food, on a farm they are fed on tiny shrimp-like creatures called artemia. These are also just a day or so old and are less than 0.5mm in size which is just perfect for carp to eat.

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