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PostSubject: Feeding in cold weather   Feeding in cold weather Icon_minitimeSun Dec 03, 2017 8:24 pm

My water temperature is 48 degrees F but I have about 35 young Koa still swimming around, not sure if I should be feeding them , as usually this time of year they are almost in a sleep stage, but the weather has been unusually warm. In case you are wondering I live in Canada. Any suggestions would be helpful/ My pond is 25L x 10w x 6D
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