Dennerle Shrimp King Snail Stixx Freshwater Snail Food, 1.6-oz bag

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Description

Serve your slow-moving sidekicks dinner every day with Dennerle Shrimp King Snail Stixx Freshwater Snail Feed. This feed for snails is specially developed to provide a biologically balanced diet for your freshwater friends. It is formulated with carrots, kelp algae, tomatoes, spinach and calcium for a strong well-formed shell. This snail feed contains the necessary nutrients needed to promote healthy balanced growth without any fish meal, artificial colors or preservatives. It is crafted into sinking sticks for convenient consumption by your grazing guys.

Key Benefits
  • Basic feed for snails and mollusks.
  • Crafted into sinking sticks for convenient consumption.
  • Specially developed to provide a biologically balanced diet.
  • Does not contain any fish meal, artificial colors or preservatives.
  • Formulated with carrots, kelp algae, tomatoes, spinach and calcium.

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  • Item Number
    230165
  • Weight
    1.6 ounces
  • Fish Type
    Tropical Freshwater
  • Food Form
    Sticks
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Carrots, Kelp Algae, Tomatoes, Spinach, Bacterial Protein From Corynebacterium Glutamicum, Rice, Calcium Carbonate.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein21.5% min
Crude Fat2.0% min
Crude Fiber6.0% max
Crude Ash16.8% max
Feeding Instructions

Feed approximately 1 cm stick per 5 snails, once a day. Ideally offer on a hard surface (stone, roots, food bowl).

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Shrimp food you feed snails

    By DennerleFWSF on Dec 28, 2021

    Pros: Adult blue mystery snails eat snail food in a new tank every three to four days. Cons: Too pricy.

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    Japanese Trapdoor Babies Love these

    By Izero on Jun 16, 2021

    Just started using these pellets when the Japanese Trapdoor snails cleaned up their small pond. Worried about what they would eat I tried veggies but the water wasn’t impressed. The adults have not found these interesting yet but the babies are enjoying them.

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