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Old 02-15-2013, 06:32 PM   #1
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I'm going to just start off by saying "Anyone who frequents this forum, and does not use Neptune Aquatics fish foods is doing themselves a disservice" I have been using this product for about a month, and I must say that not only do my fish love it, they seem to be coloring up more, and the value, compared to big brand name foods, is a no brainier. My buddy gave me a nice size sample of the Plecocaine to try out for a few weeks, and the results were so good I had to get some for myself. I am a believer in varied diets for my fish, and this product has earned its way onto my feed list. I have used it in my African Cichlid tank, with my tetras, the Oscar went right for it, and my salt water fish took it first time I put it into the tank. (We all know how finicky SW fish can be about what they eat) Ordering was a breeze, just an e-mail to one of our own friends here in the forum, and the response was immediate , I had my order with in a few days....and with some unexpected little goodies in the box to boot. ( free samples of their other products, and a nice handful of tootsie rolls, the kids loved, thank you John) I also ordered the Algae wafers from Neptune, I haven't been feeding it long enough, to give a true opinion yet, but the fish have been attacking it all as soon as it hits the water. I cant wait to get my hands on some of the other products Neptune has to offer......John expect another e-mail soon. Thanks!
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:21 PM   #2
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I feed plecocaine to my fish as well, and I have to say that they are healthier and brighter in color. Their color is more vibrant. They love the plecocaine. I have to watch Baby Girl, biggest clown loach, because she will go after Junior, smallest clown loach, during feeding, but after a few minutes they calm down. Baby Girl loves the meal worms, she gobbles them down. My fish love plecocaine!
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Old 02-16-2013, 01:22 AM   #3
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we need a uk seller rant rant rant
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:52 PM   #4
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I am feeding several types from the Spirulina, earthworm to the Plecocaine the fish are killing this stuff and they are growing beautiful and their color is amazing. I dropped some chips in of some older food that I was feeding before and they actually let it linger in the tank I was amazed at their indifference to the food. I followed the next day with a similar amount of Neptune Aquatics earthworm and they went bananas. I am a true believer another order will be made soon. My fish health and palate have made me a long term customer for sure. Hey Dilligaf lets team up on an order... Need a few pounds of each
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Old 03-04-2013, 09:33 PM   #5
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Yep, plecocaine really is THAT good...I got some from John (loha) and my fish all love it. My BN pleco has grown much faster since I started using the Neptune foods, and he goes crazy over the algae wafers, too. All the fish look more colorful.
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Old 03-04-2013, 09:54 PM   #6
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Definitely agree that Plecocaine is very good. My clown loaches and bristlenose plecos go nuts when I feed them. I also feed frozen foods which do get eaten, but they do love the plecocaine. I think everyone on this forum should PM lohachata and order from him some of this plecocaine. Fish really do go crazy for it.
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