Worms

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Advice' started by viper357, 28 Dec 2007.

  1. viper357

    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    I accidentally left out a can of dog food for a couple of days, I found it again loaded with worms....can I feed them to my fish? :whistling:

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  3. gaz19

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    thats gross! why do that! come on, now taste it:lol:
     
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    damn thats maggots, :p
     
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    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    Yeah, gross maggots :yeahdude:

    So can I feed them to my fish ????
     
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    I think you will need to test them first.;)
     
  7. gaz19

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    yes you can aslong as you have the 1st taste
     
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    dam wee-man beat me to it
     
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    Great minds etc:thumbup:



    Dean, no, you have no idea what shit you will be dumping in your tank - the dog food could have all manner of chemicals in it.
     
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    if you had some freshwarer fish no issues - cichlids would love that! not to sure if a marine system can take the added prontines
     
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    It would be unwise as marine fish are adapted to eating foods that occur in their environment and may not be able to digest the maggots properly (especially the skin).
    If you know anyone into freshwater fishing or keeping reptiles such as lizards they may be interested in using them. Many birds will also eat them.
     
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    after my emperor is out please :p
     
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    What does it taste like?
     
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    Ahh look Viper has opened a can of worms.....
     
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    And believe it or not, it's his own can of worms!
     
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    haha, rinse it off and feed one?
    and try one more without the skin, use a stanly nife:p
     
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