A more natural feeding option for fish
- Paste fish food for omnivorous fish and invertebrates
- Stimulates natural feeding and grazing behaviour
- A wide range of sizes to stock up on
Unlike most pelleted fish foods, Masstick is a powder that can be rehydrated with water to form a paste. This paste can then be stuck to any surface in an aquarium, allowing fish to graze much more like they would in the wild, which means that Masstick does not need any attractants, artificial preservatives or synthetic products to feed even the most finicky feeders.
Masstick provides an essential source of proteins, lipids rich in fatty acids (EPA, ARA and DHA), vitamins and carbohydrates, all from natural sources of marine origin. The rehydratable powder formula allows Masstick to be blended with any mollusc or crustacean pulp as well as eggs from fish, molluscs and crustaceans, artemia, mysids, copepods, rotifers and medicines that are administered orally.
Once prepared and introduced into the aquarium, Masstick does not disperse into the water for hours, so it can be completely taken advantage of by fish and crustaceans. This feature allows the product to be used as "ad libitum" or rationed feeding.
Masstick is made with the freshest and highest quality ingredients. The blend consists mainly of shrimp which are immediately freeze-dried to maintain an optimum nutritional value it does not contain fish skeletons and is thus very low in phosphates compared to its protein content. Freeze-dried microalgae and macroalgae is also added to the bled in order to satisfy the nutritional needs of a wide variety of marine fish.
How to use Masstick
Add RO water to the Masstick bag in a ratio of 0.5 to 1. For a bag of 14g, add 7-8 ml of RO water. Knead inside the small ziplock bag until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. Once the mixture is homogeneous, Masstick may be used immediately, be kept in the fridge for a couple of days, or freezed for up to 5 weeks without losing its nutritional values. Take a portion of Masstick and stick it on a rock, a branched coral skeleton or preferably on the aquarium glass. Try to start with a small portion and increase it proportionally according to the needs and response of your systems.