decapsulated brine shirmp eggs
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The products of Decapsulated brine shrimp eggs and Freeze Dried Decapsulated brine shrimp eggs are made from the highest quality fresh Artemia Cysts by shelling and vacuum freezing and drying technology. These products are good forms for Artemia Cysts. The Freeze Dried Decapsulated form not only can keep the nutrition ingredient of fresh Artemia Cysts, but it also can suspend on the surface of water. Both are also excellent bait for ornamental fish.
PROTEIN : >54%
EPA : >15MG/G DW
ASH CONTENT : <12%
The Steps for Feeding with Decapsulated brine shrimp eggs
Washing the Decapsulated brine shrimp eggs:
Before feeding, the decapsulated Artemia Cysts, which is stored in salt water, should be put into vessels containing seawater or fresh water, according to each day's feeding amount. Mix and wash the eggs sufficiently in 2 aerators; wash for 4-6 hours. During the mixing, change the water 3 or 4 times. Before changing water, stop aeration. When the eggs settle, drain the water to remove the salt water stored in the decapsulated Artemia Cysts. This will make the eggs inflate.
Feeding the Decapsulated Artemia Cysts:
The Decapsulated Artemia Cysts is inert bait; the principle for feeding decapsulated Artemia Cysts is "Less quantity, more often". Feed the eggs once every 15-20 minutes. Due to aeration in the pond, the water rises up, and the eggs can suspend on the water surface for a short period of time. At this time, the seeds of shrimps can eat the eggs. During post-larval period, the quantity for each time of feeding can be increased gradually, and also lengthen the feeding's time period, The decapsulated Artemia Cysts were fed by a small single-phase pump, and the result was very good.