koi farm Giobel Koi Center

koi farm Giobel Koi Center All our Koi are bred and raised in mud ponds at our farm in Tawagan Norte Labangan Zamboanga del sur.

Watch Video below of our Mud Pond

The mud and water chemistry in our  mud ponds is exactly the same as that of a Koi’s natural habitat which is rich in natural food and nutrients

koi farm Giobel Koi Center is situated on the fertile lands of Zamboanga peninsula, our mud pond is rich in minerals and clay our mud pond have underground spring water it is dug out exclusively for growing out our  Koi.

Our water supply is from the deep well, pumping out pristine mineral-rich water to the ponds, essential for Koi development.

Watch the video below workers performing a ritual to the newly build deep well

The mild Zamboanga peninsula climate which does not get too hot during the summer and also our place will not be hit by strong typhoons plus our mud pond have natural food for koi fish like daphnia, snails, and duckweeds which is ideal for growing out Koi.

All our Koi are hatched using natural breeding techniques.  Our koi fish breeders are Quality Koi parent stocks from Japan and is breed based on its variety to assure desired specific bloodlines.

Our koi fry are stocked in our mud ponds rich in phytoplankton and zooplankton, daphnia a natural and nutritious food for the tiny Koi.

By producing large quantities of Koi fingerlings, the exceptional Tategoi are segregated and grown separately to obtain truly beautiful Koi.

koi farm Giobel Koi Center hatches grows and supplies a wide variety of quality Koi. koi farm Giobel Koi Center sells both wholesale and retail and ships Koi locally and near-future worldwide.

These are top quality Koi produced from imported Japanese brood stock. Our Koi are available in a variety of sizes and colors.

We are looking forward to filling your pond with beautiful Japanese Nishikigoi!

The Breeding and Grow out farm is located in Purok Saranay, Tawagan Norte, Labangan Zamboanga del sur  where the mud ponds are rich in minerals and clay, the weather is ideal for growing out Koi and deep wells supplying mineral-rich water to our ponds – all essential for Koi development.

To ensure healthy Kois we do not sell directly at our farm. All newly harvested Kois are conditioned and quarantined for a month at our farm facility before being transferred to our display tank and we also treated it with dimillin to make sure there are no argulus fish lice to our koi fish 

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Free Shipping & Delivery. All Koi Sizes & Varieties. Low Prices. Live Arrival Guarantee. All our Koi are certified free of diseases and healthy! Browse from our collection of Koi. Low Prices.

Types: Kohaku, Sanke, Butterfly Koi, Goromo, Showa, Utsuri, Hariwake, Tancho.

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We have the best koi for sale online. View our Japanese Koi Fish to see their true beauty & elegance. Buy koi at fixed price or auction from our koi farm.

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How much can I sell a koi fish for?
Prices range from a $15 to $5,000 for the highest quality koi, says CNN Money. Prices are set by body shape and skin quality as well as the color and pattern of each fish. If you grow show-quality koi, you’ll be able to sell them for more money than younger or smaller koi.

If you started your Koi pond with the intentions of selling Koi and
making money, you must understand the koi market.

Selling Koi is something like selling coins from a coin collection. Common coins sell for less than the rare ones do! Into which one of these markets do you intend to market your koi?

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Author: Giovanni Carlo

I am a koi fish keeper and breeder a husband of beautiful wife Maybel and beautiful daughter May Carl I have been in fish keeping hobby for over 35 years. Like many kids in the 80's We catch fish in the rivers and canals and kept it in the "pasong" local visayan name for pond. or a large mayo bottle since We don't have aquariums yet on that time. decades later their is a small petshop open in my place and that starts me from buying aquarium and fishes that are sold in the pet store decades later start growing goldfish and koi fish until today.

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