Blackworms

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Blackworms

Post  DavidZ on Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:01 pm


I'm thinking about orderig some blackworms (See information below). The more you order obviously the cheaper per pound they become. If anyone is interested in ordering some let me know.

If we can get 3-4 pounds total the price would be about $25 pound including shipping. I would assume a pound would be a lot, but they keep well in the fridge as long as you change the water daily.

Let me know soon as I would like to order next week.





There are many important reasons to choose Live Blackworms for your fish instead of frozen and machine prepared "fast" foods, or to supplement other foods. Worms are a major part of the natural diet of most tropical fish, but are you aware of these other reasons?...
• Our Blackworms are 1 to 2 inches long, small enough for most tropical fish to devour them whole. For feeding very small fish, they can be easily chopped on a cutting board.
• Uneaten worms will not die and decay in your freshwater aquarium, but will live as scavengers in the gravel, like earthworms in your garden, until the fish eat them.
• California Blackworms are Lumbriculus Variegatus, native to silt edges of clean streams and lakes across most of North America. They are NOT TUBIFEX, the sewage worms.
• Because our California Blackworms are raised in controlled conditions without fish, they are free of parasitic roundworms, tapeworms, flukes, Ich, Hexamita, and other obligate fish diseases that Blackworms from other sources (harvested from fish farms) might carry.
• California Blackworm Co. uses a high protein aquaculture feed to ensure that our Blackworms are highly nutritious for your fish. They are an excellent main diet for carnivorous fish, or to supplement dry foods, frozen foods and vegetables for omnivorous and herbivorous fish.
• Most fish devour Blackworms immediately with no "training", since live worms excite their natural hunting instincts, and quickly improve their color, health and behavior. Blackworms help condition fish for breeding and can increase egg production, hatching success, and fry survival.
• Blackworms are ideal for acclimating wild-caught fish and for recovering fish stressed by transport, aggression or disease. Even finicky marine Butterfly fish love Blackworms! (But feed carefully, as Blackworms die quickly in saltwater).
• We at California Blackworm Co. know that dedicated aquarists demand the very best. We want to help your cherished fish live long, healthy, and productive lives!
Summary: Our rich, succulent California Blackworms are teeming with nutrition to bring out the vibrant colors and glow of health in your tropical fish as nature intended. Since nearly all fish are naturally adapted to eat and digest aquatic worms, Blackworms provide an ideal food for promoting vigorous growth, long healthy lives, and prolific breeding
avatar
DavidZ
Admin

Posts : 847
Join date : 2011-12-29
Age : 54
Location : Normal, IL

View user profile http://forum.citac-il.org

Back to top Go down

Re: Blackworms

Post  twocat on Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:53 am

How about freeze dried?

twocat

Posts : 843
Join date : 2011-12-29
Location : Bloomington

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Blackworms

Post  DavidZ on Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:39 am


Mark,

I would assume you could get those anywhere. The place I'm getting the live ones from has them also, check out this link: http://blackworms-direct.com/FreezeDriedBlackwormsM.html

Not sure how their prices compare.

I'm ordering the live ones Monday if anyone else is interested. Only 1 other person has let me know.

DZ
avatar
DavidZ
Admin

Posts : 847
Join date : 2011-12-29
Age : 54
Location : Normal, IL

View user profile http://forum.citac-il.org

Back to top Go down

Re: Blackworms

Post  Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum