Beef Heart Flake

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3 oz   $3.95 Stand-Up Foil Pouch
8 oz   $6.25 Stand-Up Foil Pouch
1 lb   $10.50 Stand-Up Foil Pouch
5 lbs  $46.95 Bulk Plastic Bag

Beef Heart Flake Beef heart is a highly-prized fish food ingredient. This premium specialty fish flake has a thinner consistency, allowing it to be finely crushed to a size suitable for small juveniles being introduced to flake food. These young fish will appreciate the added meat in their diet, and in turn, will grow rapidly. As they get older, beef heart can help condition them to spawn sooner. What more could you ask for?

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Ingredients and Analysis

Analysis: Min. Protein - 46%, Min. Fat - 10%, Max. Fiber - 3%, Max Moisture - 10% Ingredients: Fish Meal, Soy Meal, Beefhearts, Shrimp Meal, Wheat Flour, Brewers Yeast, Corn Starch, Krill Meal, Algenate Lecithin, Spirulina, Propolyene Glycol, Sorbitol, Calcium Phosphate, Anise Oil, Vitamins, Minerals, Ethoxyquin, Natural and Artificial colors.

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Just received my order today and this was a sample bag. My fish (4 tanks) went crazy over this food. I will be ordering a large bag of this very soon. Thank you!
Susan Roy, Wed Apr 01, 2015
I spend an awful lot of time reading the ingredients on various discus foods. The foods at Angels Plus consistently has the best ingredients I have found. I have lots of discus (2 180 gallon tanks and 2 55 gallon grow out tanks) and they all love the flakes I buy from Angels Plus. They have really grown since eating these flakes.
Sheila Worth, Sat Jan 10, 2015
I prefer a thicker flake than these, but I can't argue with how my fish attach these and how fast they grow from eating this. That part doesn't get any better
Philip Craft, Wed Sep 10, 2014
Wow, my fish never went for a food like they go for this one. I'm raising a group of babies on it now and they are growing faster than any group I've raised before.
Heide Clayton, Thu Sep 19, 2013