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Old 9th September 2014   #73
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Default Re: Worm farming - almost everything you need to know.

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Originally Posted by MThompson299 View Post
Me and my partner have taken quite a liking to our axolotls after we introduced them to our koi pond.
Do you mean that you have axolotls and koi in the same pond? Not a good idea I'm afraid, the koi will attack the axie's gills.

And daphnia are not a good choice for adult or even 4"+ juvies - they are just too small for axies over a certain size to be interested in.

Worms are best.
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