Disc Feeder Price Reduction and Sale

It was pointed out to me that the pricing on my disc feeders was funky, so I did a review and decided to reduce the prices on the multi packs AND put them all on sale until March 16.  10% off the reduced prices.  Here is a link to the ordering page for disc feeders:  Disc Feeders


4 Replies to “Disc Feeder Price Reduction and Sale”

  1. How many 2″ shallow discs would you suggest purchasing if one cup of gel is prepared. Can the discs be frozen with gel attached to it?

    1. Hi Donald,

      A lot! Each of the shallow discs only holds a few teaspoons of the food. The deep discs hold more. What I do is lay a couple dozen discs out, fill each one and then let the leftover food set in the container I am pouring from. I then pop it out and cut it into cubes. I have never frozen the food with discs, but I do not freeze the gelled food at all. I keep it in a fridge (covered) until I use it, usually within a few days.

  2. Hi I am interested in getting some Repashy food for my little betta and a set of the feeding disc.
    I have been searching around and I am see that Meat Pie is what I need to feed him.
    Is this what you recommend for a Betta?
    Also which size disc do you recommend for them? I am assuming a 2″ but shallow or deep?
    Also if I use the disc for food can you put already made cooled food into a disc ? Like mash it into it or does it have to be poured before cooling to get it in there?
    Also one last question. Since I won’t be using much of the food at a time is it possible to cut it down small enough that I won’t have massive amounts made at one time. I am assuming this will be possible since most times its just a matter of calculating the differences. I really would rather not freeze it etc. Would like to make it fresh as much as possible.
    I look forward to your answers so I can get an order off for my little guy.
    If all goes well with him I plan to get a couple more.
    Ps will ghost shrimp eat it too?

    1. Hi JM
      I think I replied to you about this via email…? Spawn & Grow and Meat Pie would be the choices for a betta. A feeding disc would place a lot of food in the tank for one betta. I would not use a disc, and just feed the fish a very small amount once each day. A betta will eat the food off the bottom. You can make as much or as little as you like in a ratio of one part powder to 3 parts water by volume. Very small amounts are best mixed cold and heated in a microwave. Yes, ghost shrimp will eat it too.

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