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Atison's Betta PRO?


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Brett , you might be better off if you can compare the ingredient list to locally available betta food , there might not be that much difference nutrition wise..Ive tried to source it in Oz but it does seem to be an American thing..If you can do a comparison Id be interested to know the differences in products so maybe you make this your weekend project and post it for all to see.

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Atison's betta pro should be a thai brand betta food ... well Atison is a breeder of thai ;p lol

Ingredients: Pure brine shrimp embryos, wheat flour, vitamins (stabilized ascorbic acid, vitamin E supplement, niacin, thiamine mononitrate, folic acid, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, menadione sodium bisulfite complex, vitamin A acetate, pyrodoxine HCL, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, biotin), and preservatives (calcium propionate, ethoxyquin).

My friend told me they like them as much as the normal live food ....

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Don't try to bring it in, AQIS will take it if they find it (or they should anyhow).

Someone was stocking it, I think Nick had a jar at one point, but I'm not sure who or if it was anything more than a trial.

It is put out by Ocean Nutrition, if you find a shop that stocks that brand you could badger them to badger their supplier to get it out here!

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wahh so complicated... I'll just feed them with live brine shrimp or blackworm from my LFS xD

Although, it would be really nice to have a similar ingredient pellets, rather the ordinary "fish meal" or "krill meal" ingredients. Maybe like other fish pellets may contain better ingredients?? Coz i have Hikari micro-wafers that consisted of fish meal, krill meal, cuttlefish meal, and spiriluna (LOL).

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Agree, but that flake is the one exception that I've found, the earthworm one just disappears. i bought it when someone mentioned that chopped earhworkm got their fighters 'frisky', and I couldn't find a nice replacement to bloodworm, and blackworm was causing issues for me. I have to say, I was pretty stunned, I didn't expect them to take flake. I haven't had any fish refuse it yet, it must smell fantastic. :(

I don't have a recipe, but I think Stefan does. It is easy enough to come up with one though, plenty floating around online that could be tweaked :(

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the flake i use is nutrafin max betta food, it has the flake and some freeze dried bloodworms as well i believe. I just pinch it and rub my fingers together to break it into smaller pieces. all of mine seem to like it... a few were a bit "what the? is that stuff?" at first but after a while they all tried it :( I think they're just happy to be fed lol.. I do get lazy!

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  • 4 weeks later...

Atison Betta Pro is made by Ocean Nutrition. The Australian distributor for Ocean Nutrition is Aquatic Revolution. When I contacted them in July they said that there were no stocks at the time. Probably worth checking the status again.

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