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How do you breed goldfish?
This article has been viewed 915,128 times. To breed goldfish, start by placing a male and female goldfish in the same tank. Then, wait for the female to drop her eggs and the male to fertilize them. Once you notice the fertilized eggs in the tank, transfer both goldfish to a different tank so they don’t eat the eggs.
Do goldfish make good feeder fish?
One of the reasons why goldfish is popular as feeder fish is the fact that goldfish can produce very large spawns. Comet goldfish is by far the most common type of feeder goldfish and a medium-sized female Comet goldfish will produce up to 1,000 eggs during each spawn.
How many eggs does a feeder goldfish lay?
Comet goldfish is by far the most common type of feeder goldfish and a medium-sized female Comet goldfish will produce up to 1,000 eggs during each spawn. Many aquarists purchase feeder goldfish from pet stores, but you can actually breed your own feeder goldfish at home since Comet goldfish is quite easy to coax into spawning mode.
How do you feed a goldfish in the spring?
No matter what you feed them, make sure you crumple it up small enough to fit in their mouths. Simulate spring by dropping the temperature, then making it gradually warmer. Goldfish breed in the spring, so you want to replicate the heating up of the water.  Aquarium Specialist, Aquarium Doctor Inc. Expert Interview. 21 July 2020.