Ready for consumption food for all kinds of shrimp and fish larvae. The product is made from artemia cysts by removing the outer indigestible shell with the use of the DWATER-PRO technology. Direct feeding without incubation.
– READY-TO-USE FEED: Dried decapsulated brine shrimp eggs do not require incubation and can be fed directly to the fish! Due to their high buoyancy and the size of 150 – 200 µm, these cysts are particularly attractive to small predators. Ideal for automatic feeding, does not require any additional facilities, does not pollute water.
– POWERFUL PROTEIN SOURCE FOR THE HEALTH OF YOUR FISH: dried decapsulated Artemia cysts are even superior to Artemia nauplii hatched from regular brine shrimp eggs in their nutritional quality, as no energy is expended to break the chorion shell. They are an excellent source of protein and unsaturated Omega-3 fatty acids, which help increase active growth and ensure maximum fish survival.
– SWISS QUALITY: our dried decapsulated brine shrimp cysts are produced under the strictest quality and sanitary controls, under international environmental standards for the use of natural resources. The product is made from Artemia cysts by removing the outer non-digestible shell using DWATER-PRO technology, without adding artificial colors or preservatives.
– SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF FISH AND CRUSTACEANS: Perfect for all kinds of fish and crustaceans: from cichlids and guppies to discus and neon tetras, koi carps, catfish, axolotls, and shrimps as well as mollusks, corals, and many others! All you need to do is to soak dry decapsulated brine shrimp eggs in cold water for 10 – 15 minutes before feeding!
100% decapsulated dry artemia cysts
Protein 49,5 – 61,2 Fat 19,5 – 23,1 Carbohydrate 9,1 – 14,9 Ash 0,6 – 3
Made from artemia cysts produced in the USA, Russia and Kazakhstan
|Necessary conditions for incubation|
Molodezhnaja street 14, s. Ketovo, Ketovsky rajon, Kurganskaja obl., 641310, Russia
Manufactured in accordance with the license of the Swiss company "GREEN KING SWISS AG"
Not suitable for human consumption
– 20 °C to + 20 °C