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Rehoming Hundreds of Goldfish and Koi (Clarkston)

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2 and 3 years ago I brought in over 200 koi and over 100 goldfish for a large lined pond project. Unfortunately, the pond plan fell through.

The koi are select fish with nice potential, and have really grown! They are not culls or accidental pond spawns. They are much better than anything I've seen in any local pet stores...prices too. Sizes range from about 6-20 inches. Many traditional types, and some nice butterfly too. Pics don't show all, and don't do any of them justice, but basically represent many of what is here. PRICES ARE RELATIVE TO SIZE AND QUALITY... $40 - $100+ . I'd say most GOLDFISH are in the $40 range, and KOI are about $80 on average. Many are only $40 and $60. I do have some that are $100+, and some select ones I was going to keep, but now are available...priced per fish...up to several hundred $ each.

I also have many fancies to get rid of. They are imports, but not like the high-end fish I'm known for. For more info about me...see Dandy Orandas. I used to be one of the main importers of high-end goldfish in America...tons of old Youtube Videos if you want to check me out.

I've spent decades working with fish, and have developed a serious quarantine protocol, with multiple initial cleaning treatments and microscopy over a one month period. Compare this to most dealers that sell fish the same day they get them. These fish were quarantined years ago now for typical parasites, and are as healthy as you'll find. Goldfish are healthy, yet known to fizzle here and there, but the koi have been super robust! I've only lost a couple over the years, and those were ones that jumped out.

I have several tubs to help segregate and make koi easier to catch. Select ones are in a larger pond, so may be a bit more challenging.

I also have tons of related equipment from decades of having fish. I potentially have tanks, and pumps, and some filters, etc. available. I'm also happy to share info if there's any way that I may be of help.

Also...for fancies, I've developed a high-quality gel food to help with assimilation and digestion. For more info on that, see...https://store.dandyorandas.com/


cheers,
Ken

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