Grindal worms are very easy to keep and breed, and make an excellent food for small to medium fish. A typical harvest will contain larger and smaller worms suitable for even tiny fry.
These get to about 10-15mm and are great for conditioning tropical fish before spawning, or for young fast-growing fish.
You will get a variety of sizes and ages of worms. If looked after you can have a everlasting supply of live food for your fish, with minimal hassle. All you need is a small container, some bedding (compost or coco-coir) and some food. I feed mine re-wetted dried dog food, but they can be 'Gut loaded' with other foods before being fed to your fish.
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