|*|| Tasty frozen fish egg treat for feeding your entire reef aquarium |
|*|| Frozen fish eggs offer high quality natural nutrition including protein |
|*|| Small bright yellow fish eggs great for fish as well as SPS corals|
Supplement the diet of your entire reef aquarium with the natural nutrition of fish eggs. Rod’s Food Polyp Poppers is a versatile frozen food offering of small, bright-yellow saltwater fish eggs. The small size of Rod’s Food Polyp Poppers make it a fantastic treat for SPS corals as well as aquarium fish. of Rod’s Food Polyp Poppers is a tasty treat that offers high quality natural nutrition to for your entire reef aquarium. Made in USA. 2 oz flat pack.
How to Feed:
Feed on occasion as a treat or to entice a new arrival. Thaw in small amount of aquarium water and pour into a high flow area.
Ingredients: Fish Eggs and Reverse Osmosis Water.
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About Rod's Foods
Providing your saltwater aquarium with the finest foods
It's not the variety of ingredients that make your fish, corals, and other invertebrates go crazy for Rod's Food, it's the way the ingredients are blended that generates the intense feeding response from virtually every animal in your reef. Anyone can take a list of ingredients and blend them together, but we at Rod's Food have many years of experience and learning that has made our blending process unique. Rod's Food is made by hand in our U.S. facility, not machine processed overseas.
Rod's starts by using only the finest, freshest ingredients
Rod's Food uses whole animals, not just tails that are available at any local grocery store. Using the whole animal provides the most nutrition.
All ingredients go through an extensive rinsing process to rid our food of the STTP (sodium tripolyphosphate) that many of the freshest seafoods are initially preserved with.
Rod's Food believe that when you pay for food, you should receive food! No unnecessary gels or food binders are added to Rod's Food. And our foods are not water packed! Most users are amazed by how a small amount of Rod's Food can feed an entire reef. A little goes a long way!
Many users have reported less mortality with new fish arrivals because they quickly accept Rod's Food. If new fish readily accept food, they "settle into" their surroundings much faster. Many have witnessed and reported that mandarins and other difficult feeders readily accept Rod's Food. Fish breeders have reported quicker spawning behaviors. Here at our facility, we have witnessed new arrivals spawning within 45 days on 5 separate occasions in the last 6 months.
Your corals will love Rod's Food too.
You no longer have to wait for "lights out" or get up early to see polyp extension on some of those difficult-to-feed LPS corals. Squirt in just a small amount of Rod's Food as a "pre-feed" stimulant to initiate a feeding response from not only your LPS corals but your whole reef. You may even see creatures you have never seen before, come into the open to feast on Rod's Food. The highly nutritional small particles in Rod's Food such as oyster eggs, golden pearls, red plankton and rotifers benefit some of the corals that have been more difficult to care for in the past, including goniopora, gorgonia and dendrophyllia.
Rod's Food is high in Omega-3 fatty acids, astaxanthin and other carotenoids, the key ingredients keep your fish fat, healthy and displaying vibrant colors.
Although we at Rod's Food have never boasted about the color enhancing capabilities of Rod's Food, we are confident that our foods will make your fish "glow."
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Will Rod's food feed my entire reef?
A. Yes, there are particle sizes that range from 5 microns up to 3/8 of an inch that will feed corals, fish, crustaceans and micro fauna that is found on a reef.
Q. Should Rod's Food be rinsed before using?
A. NO! Rinsing would wash the small particles in Rod's Food away. All ingredients are rinsed thoroughly before Rod's Food is made.
Q. Why are there land-based vegetables in Rod's Food?
A. Broccoli is high in Vitamin C content and Vitamin C has been proven to help with HLLE. Carrots have carotenoids that aid in coloration.