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You could possibly use a medical type drip thingo to feed brine.... however they'll be in salt water so if you're feeding them to fresh water fishes you'll have to think about water volume vs salt & regular water changes to combat it.

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thanks guys for ur replies:)..however, i have visited a web page in USA and noticed that the breeder had a manufactured automatic brine shrimp feeder, but i am unable to make out the brand name of such. thanks for ur troubles:)

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thanks Chilids_au and gigitt for ur input smile.gif Both are interesting feeders to ponder on. Gigitt is the one that sits inside tank available in australia? I have seen one on website in USA that is electronically operated and am waiting at this stage for an email reply from a breeder who uses them, I will advise if I receive a reply.

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No... that Hatcher I have not seen in Australia... But I do like the design and ease of use.

I have only seen it on 2 Web stores in USA. I also have no idea how good it is and if the brine shrimp do swim into the tank! LOL

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I've just set up one of the units referred to in the post above. "Brine Shrimp Corrall". The first of the brine shrimp have hatched. Now to see if they swim out into the tank. I'd say they might be because the fry seem to be hanging around the unit. I'll update later.

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I've just set up one of the units referred to in the post above. "Brine Shrimp Corrall". The first of the brine shrimp have hatched. Now to see if they swim out into the tank. I'd say they might be because the fry seem to be hanging around the unit. I'll update later.

You have this one ....link... correct?

Where did you buy it from?

and how much?

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I got them from Pet Discounters in the US. I bought 3 to spread the freight. About $100 for the three. The brine shrimp are starting to move out into the tank(Not for very long - the fry get the idea very quickly)

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hi Bijengum, mate would u give a report on ur findings in a week or so, the pro's and con's. i would be interested to know if salt does/not enter aquarium ect. Thanks for letting us know the particulars, much appreciated biggrin.gif

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