Our baby koi are grown in natural mud pond watch video here
You have breed your koi fish successfully and now the koi fish eggs are hatching.
Now you got koi fry, now what? You are now wondering how to care and raise them.
Fear not I am here share you my proven blueprint in raising and caring koi fry in this post.
I am also adding my koi fry growth rate videos for you to have an idea what do koi fry looks like during its early life.
Like koi fry weekly growth rate and monthly koi fry growth rate
This is how a 3-week old koi fry looks like
This is My 1-week old koi fry from Showa Female, sanke and hi utsuri males breeders
This is the update of my koi fry they are now 2-week old
2-week old koi fry developments are
- Coloration develop of the 2-week old koi fry some still remain yellows some have black patterns appearing already
- The body mass increase and getting more volume compared to 1-week old koi fry who’s body is thin like a needle
- There are Tobi koi fry appearing already
And this is the actual spawning video of the koi fry breeders Spawn last October 2
koi eggs in pond
what do koi eggs look like for those who did not see what do koi fish eggs look like watch the video below
koi eggs hatching time here in my place is just 2 days since I live in a warmer tropical region
raising koi fry is easy you just feed them the right food and give them the right environment to live.
maintain the water quality by adding strong aeration and for their first week of life you can feed them hard boiled egg yolk
Watch the video here on how to feed koi fry with hard boiled egg
Here is the update of my koi fry they are now 3-week old
Here is a video updated of my koi fry they are now 4-week old
Here is the update of my koifry from female showa, hi utsuri, and sanke male koi fish breeder
5-week old koifry
6-Week old koifry
Here is an update of my koifry they are now 6-week old koi fry
To be continued…. stay tune
baby koi fish- Everyone knows koi fish for their underwater beauty. But not everyone knows the effort that goes into raising them.
raise koi fry Sometimes larger koi will eat smaller koi. While some koi are
eliminated naturally, koi owners use a process called culling to keep
numbers of koi fish down to appropriate levels.
Culling is recommended once a month for the first three months. Raising koi can be really demanding, especially throughout the early stages.
what do baby koi fish look like They can range from milky white to yellow or green. After the next two days, the koi fish eggs will hatch. These small koi are called koi fry. … After the koi fish eggs hatch, baby koi attach themselves to the side walls of the pond.
what to feed baby koi
What do you feed small koi fish?
A well-balanced Goldfish or Koi diet consists of:
Flake, pellet, frozen or freeze dried foods.
Goldfish and Koi need more carbohydrates than other freshwater
fish; feed them foods specifically formulated for Goldfish and Koi.
how fast do koi fry grow
How long does it take for a koi fish to grow to full size?
They usually don’t get more than 15 inches but the largest types can be around 36 inches. They normally live for about 30 years but its not unusual for them to reach 100 if well cared for. The oldest koi was 226 when it died in the 1970s it can take more than 10 years to get to full size.
koi fry color usually for one week old are yellows
what to feed koi fry
Baby koi can eat food out of your refrigerator, such as hard-boiled egg yolk.
Watch Video here on how to feed koi fry hard-boiled egg yolk
Start feeding your koi fry 4 days after hatching since at 4 days from
hatching their digestive system is already fully develop
They can also eat commercial foods, such as baby brine shrimp and freeze-dried krill.
Throughout the first month of life, feed your young koi four times a day
The fry should be fed a quality food, such as baby brine shrimp,
aby fish food, or quality flake food ground into a fine powder.
Feed the fry small amounts several times a day. Maintain good water quality by performing regular water changes.
what color are koi fry