Major Improvements and Latest Update in the Backyard Fish Farm
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Major Improvements and Latest Update in the Backyard Fish Farm

Lately, I was overwhelmed with many things to do and was not able to give you updates on our backyard fish farm. But here is an update for all our readers and viewers. Please watch the vlog so you will see the things I am talking about here. I thought the breeders did not spawn…

A Closer Look at How to Make Sure You Get the Best Pump for Your Pond
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A Closer Look at How to Make Sure You Get the Best Pump for Your Pond

It often comes as a surprise to the budding pond enthusiast but the simple fact about owning a pond is that pond maintenance is not as simple as many people at first imagine it to be. Below we take a closer look at how to make sure that you get the best pump for your pond. There are a lot of pond pumps on…

Getting Things Done One Day at a Time: An Update
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Getting Things Done One Day at a Time: An Update

Here’s an update which I’m so thrilled to share with all of you. Since we started on doing some improvements in the backyard fish farm, I have been so expectant of what this fish farm would be like in a couple of days. Though the development is still going on, the way it turned out…

What Comes After the Completion of our Fish Tank  Project?
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What Comes After the Completion of our Fish Tank Project?

With the completion of our new fish tank project comes another task of maintaining them and the water quality. More so the fish that occupy the tanks. For the information of our readers and viewers, we are now working on the filtration system of our new tanks. See the improvement of the filtration system project…

Aeration and Filtration in your Fish Tank
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Aeration and Filtration in your Fish Tank

Just like any other form of life, fish need oxygen. Not having lungs, they breathe through their gills, “breathing” in the dissolved oxygen that is present within the water. In a small body of water, like a home aquarium, the oxygen in that water can be depleted fairly quickly-leaving your fish gasping for air and…