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Old 09-16-2017, 06:06 PM   #1
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I just introduced a pair of bolivian rams to my community aquarium today and so far so good. However in all of my research I haven't seen a reccomendation on how often i should be feeding these guys. I feed the rest every two days, should i follow the same schedule with the rams? Any advice will be most appreciated!
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Are they adults or juveniles? Adults would probably be fine every two day, usually I feed adults every day.

Juveniles I would definitely do every day or twice a day, small crushed flakes would be fine.

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Ok great! Yes they are juveniles. So for now I'll feed them daily until they are older. Thanks for the advice.
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