Fish Food

Koi fish do not have stomachs but they can eat a large amount of food at one time.  Although you can't over feed a Koi you can overload your filtration system so we recommend feeding regular small amounts during the day. This will keep you Koi and filter happy. Regular feeding also helps to tame your fish and will help your Koi to grow faster and larger rather than feeding them large quantites once or twice a day.

Hand Feeding
Hand feeding koi can be pleasurable for both you and your Koi. Instead of throwing the Koi food into the pond, take the time to place the Koi food into the water at the same area daily. This will ensure your Koi become accustomed to the routine and will, over time, become friendly and trusting enough to be hand-fed. Koi have even been known to recognize there owners' footsteps and follow them around the waters edge.

Quality Koi Food
Many Koi owners do not realise the importance of feeding quality Koi food. Not only must consideration be given to the amount and time of feeding, but to the combinations of foods that are essential for healthy and colorful Koi. Kockney Koi are renowed for their wide range of high quality foods for Koi and other pond fish.



Superior Mix

Superior Mix

When you are looking for a specific size pellet this is the food for you. Our Superior mix pellet is..

Superior Mix - Jumbo Edition

Superior Mix - Jumbo Edition

This complete fish food is a mixture of 16mm and 22mm pellets.Feeding the smaller fish with a larger..

Superior Stix

Superior Stix

A high quality complete staple fish food. This floating food stick does not contain a  colour e..

Wheatgerm Winter (Floating Pellets)

Wheatgerm Winter (Floating Pellets)

This is a complete low protein floating pellet that should be fed to fish during the colder months w..

Wheatgerm Winter (Sinking Pellets)

Wheatgerm Winter (Sinking Pellets)

This is the sinking version of our highly popular floating wheatgerm pellet. It is a complete low pr..

Winter Stix (Floating)

Winter Stix (Floating)

 If your fish prefer stixs over pellets than this is the winter food for them. It is a low prot..

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