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HappyBuddha
post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 12:29 pm
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QUOTE(cpiw2002 @ Thu 26 Aug 2004 11:02 am)
By the way,do you feed Ranchu Lord?I wanted to try but do not know where to get the supply from.
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Off-topic...but you can get JRL from 3 places I know:

1. C328 - $20 a pack
2. Pet Mart - $20 a pack
3. JK Aquatic - $not sure.... but if I'm not wrong they only carry the 1KG pack and re-packed them into smaller jars. sad.gif
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 2:30 pm
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Is Ranchu Lord better than Hikari Lionhead ?

Can show a pic of the packaging ?
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 3:13 pm
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QUOTE(jowy_ham @ Thu 26 Aug 2004 02:30 pm)
Is Ranchu Lord better than Hikari Lionhead ?

Can show a pic of the packaging ?
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Pic, I have...

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Better then Hikari Lionhead or not... I don't know but below are comparison of JRL, Lionhead and Chroma's ingredients.

a) JRL -- Protein: 47% min., Crude Fat: 6.8% min., Crude Fibre: 3% max., Ash: 10.9% max.
b) Chroma -- Protein: 60% min., Crude Fat: 9% min., Crude Fibre: 1% max., Ash: 8% max., PSB: 300 mg.
c) Hikari Lionhead -- Protein: 46% min., Crude Fat: 6.0% min., Crude Fibre: 5% max., Ash: 12% max

To understand what to look for in a pellet's ingredient, read up the pinned topic, Understanding Ingredients.
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 3:52 pm
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QUOTE(jowy_ham @ Thu 26 Aug 2004 02:30 pm)
Is Ranchu Lord better than Hikari Lionhead ?

Can show a pic of the packaging ?
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better? yes.. is it work the extra cost? its up to u to decide
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 4:04 pm
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Pet Mart has been out of stock of JRL for very long. It was still out of stock the last week I went. sad.gif
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 4:59 pm
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JK(the one in geylang)is selling 1kg for $80.Works out to be $18/200gms
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dunno their stock move fast or not le..
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 6:40 pm
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i was told that jrl is better but chroma has a higher percentage of protein rite?
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 8:36 pm
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try lah ...
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 8:51 pm
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too ex to use now leh.....
last time a 200gm pack cost $16 still can try....now $20 liao!
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 9:28 pm
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QUOTE(Ranchu_Lord @ Thu 26 Aug 2004 06:40 pm)
i was told that jrl is better but chroma has a higher percentage of protein rite?
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No leh, based on HB's posting, Chroma has higher protein level than JRL.
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a) JRL -- Protein: 47% min., Crude Fat: 6.8% min., Crude Fibre: 3% max., Ash: 10.9% max.
b) Chroma -- Protein: 60% min., Crude Fat: 9% min., Crude Fibre: 1% max., Ash: 8% max., PSB: 300 mg.
c) Hikari Lionhead -- Protein: 46% min., Crude Fat: 6.0% min., Crude Fibre: 5% max., Ash: 12% max

BTW HB, wat is PSB ??? ( ingredient in Chroma )
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 10:04 pm
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I tried Hikari Lionhead before but felt that the pellet is very hard. The goldfish seems to have a hard time chewing them.

Whatever pellets u used, dont buy the Qian Hu goldfish pellets. Sucks. Pour it in my food timer and the next day i can squeezed flat the pellets. Only one day in the food timer and the pellets "leaked" air liao.
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QUOTE(cktan @ Thu 26 Aug 2004 10:03 pm)
I tried Hikari Lionhead before but felt that the pellet is very hard. The goldfish seems to have a hard time chewing them.

Whatever pellets u used, dont buy the Qian Hu goldfish pellets. Sucks. Pour it in my food timer and the next day i can squeezed flat the pellets. Only one day in the food timer and the pellets "leaked" air liao.
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Hikari Lionhead is one of the food that absorbs moisture and expands the quickest in contact with water. If you say its hard, try JRL, your fishes jaws will break.....hehehehehe.....

always stick to Japanese pellets for your goldfish.....in fact QH's products sux big time not only the goldfish food...
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post Fri, 27 Aug 2004 9:46 am
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QUOTE(HappyBuddha @ Thu, 26 Aug 2004 03:12 pm)
a) JRL -- Protein: 47% min., Crude Fat: 6.8% min., Crude Fibre: 3% max., Ash: 10.9% max.
b) Chroma -- Protein: 60% min., Crude Fat: 9% min., Crude Fibre: 1% max., Ash: 8% max., PSB: 300 mg.
c) Hikari Lionhead -- Protein: 46% min., Crude Fat: 6.0% min., Crude Fibre: 5% max., Ash: 12% max
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hello jowy ham

Photosynthetic bacteria,(PSB)comprising of Lactobacillus, Actinomycetes, Nitrobacteria, Denitrifying bacteria, Bifidobacterium, yeast, etc.are part of of a broad spectrum classification of bacteria under the acronymn:Probiotic . Probiotic bacteria are generally called the bacteria which can improve the water quality of aquaculture, and (or) inhibit the pathogens in water there by increasing production. The use of beneficial digestive bacteria in human and animal nutrition is well documented. Lactobacillus acidophilus is used commonly to control and prevent infections by pathogenic microorganisms in the intestinal tract of many terrestrial animals.(eg Yacult)Recently, the biocontrolling theory has been applied to aquaculture. Many researchers attempt to use some kind of probiotics in aquaculture water to regulate the micro flora of aquaculture water, control pathogenic microorganisms, to enhance decomposition of the undesirable organic substances in aquaculture water, and improve ecological environment of aquaculture. In addition, the use of probiotics can increase the population of food organisms, improve the nutrition level of aquacultural animals and improve immunity of cultured animals to pathogenic microorganisms. In addition, the use of antibiotics and chemicals can be reduced and frequent outbreaks of diseases can be prevented. Addition of the photosynthetic bacteria in the food or culture water was found to improve the growth of fish and the quality of the water,the survival rate, the abilities of disease resistence and the average body length and weight were increased. If you have noticed newer products in fish nutrition like goldfish and koi food,psb are highlighted as an additional supplement to its ingredients and marketed as an additional boost to both growth and immunity enhancement for the benefits of your fishes.

I hope that this answer to your question on what is PSB.


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