Feeding your koi and goldfish is one of the most enjoyable tasks for hobbyists. It’s a great opportunity to interact and create a bond with your pond population.
It’s important to take necessary precautions to keep your new fish and your existing pond population safe and healthy, and that involves following proper quarantine procedures.
Koi are known for being large fish. A fully grown koi can reach upwards of 24” or more, which is why it can be worrisome as a hobbyist
Most koi keepers would likely agree that keeping their koi healthy is a top priority, but parasites, bacteria, and other potential threats are always lingering around your pond,
If you’ve ever admired your pond and thought your koi could be prize-winning, you may be right. Perhaps you have a Bekko with exceptional coloring or a Kohaku
The raccoon tends to receive a mixed reputation, as some people appreciate its cuteness, while others consider it a nuisance. If you are a koi enthusiast with an
The holiday shopping season is upon us. We know that shopping for a koi enthusiast can be tricky, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the ins and outs of
The vibrant colors and majestic patterns of koi have the potential to transform any pond into a work of art. The beauty involved in koi keeping is what
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