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Originally Posted by FishinRod
Originally Posted by Theo Gallus
Our first paddlefish went from 18" to about 24" in 6 years, before an untimely death.

I suppose that's not a really great growth rate.

You have to hand feed with Daphnia 20x per day.
Texas Hunter now sells a feeder that will handle that. crazy


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Originally Posted by Theo Gallus
Originally Posted by FishinRod
Originally Posted by Theo Gallus
Our first paddlefish went from 18" to about 24" in 6 years, before an untimely death.

I suppose that's not a really great growth rate.

You have to hand feed with Daphnia 20x per day.
Texas Hunter now sells a feeder that will handle that. crazy

That definitely explains why so many of the serious pond meisters on the forum recommend Texas Hunter feeders! smile

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Sorry to hear about your paddlefish's untimely demise; it's amazing how much it grew in just 6 years!
On another note, I noticed your mention of Texas Hunter's new feeder - that sounds like a handy tool for fish owners who want to ensure their fish are getting the proper nutrition.
Speaking of tools, have you ever used MetaTrader 4 or 5 for trading? I recently read an article on the difference between metatrader 4 and 5, and MetaTrader 5 has some improved features like additional order types and better timeframes. But, of course, it ultimately depends on your personal trading preferences. Good luck!

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