Frozenfeast

Now taking orders for our all new frozenfeast please ask your lfs to reach out or send us at info@willowsreef.com or let us know the shops you visit frequently and we will reach out to them.

Each retail pack will contain 70 cubs for easy feeding with a good mix of mysis, brine, krill , fish and oyster eggs seaweeds and the added benefits of aminosfeast+ and coralfeast. Along with two special types of bacteria.

Frozenfeast comes in a heat sealed freezer ziplock so it last longer in your freezers. Ideal for nanos and mixed reefs.

Product Description

shelf-stable natural bacteria (B. subtilis and B. lichenformis), they are used in conjunction because they germinate under slightly different conditions, e.g. salinity and temperature, giving the user a better range of rearing environments when using the product. 

Both species of bacillus are used to reduce metabolites, primarily NH4 and H2S. Putative benefits include reduced water exchange, lower levels of blue green algae, lower ammonia levels, less stress on animals, resulting in less disease. Mix this with our live direct feed probiotics and you get the ultimate food. Info on the probiotics This is a live probiotic. The bacteria in this product are cultured in a specific manner that makes them adapted to colonizing the animal gut. Their express purpose is to provide nutritional and immunological benefits to the fish, corals and other animals that consume them. It's sold in a smaller bottle, but a this is a nicer bottle with precision dropper, so one can administer small doses (in food) this is made specifically for use as a probiotic. There are a couple products out there that claim to contain probiotic bacteria. But those are dry (inactive) cultures of sketchy genera such as Lactobacillus which typically are not used because they're the best, but because they are cheap. 

These bacteria (Rhodopseudomonas) are live, viable and are proven to increase feed conversion in captive fish. It is also a widely known coral-associated probiotic. We spend a lot more time/money to culture these on a polyphenolic food source, which essentially means that they are adapted to breaking down recalcitrant organic substances like cellulose, in other words herbivores like tangs ultimately digest more of their food and generate less solid waste. Throw in the fact that these bacteria are also rich in carotenoids, and there really isn't even a comparison to the very few other true aquacultural probiotic products available in our industry.