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  • All Season (Wheat Germ) Koi Food from Kodama is inspired by Niigata breeders in Japan after years of feeding this koi food to raise champion level Koi Fish. We only feed our koi the best and we hope you will too!
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  • Pellet size comparison. Koi that are 10in or larger can eat the large pellets. Note: ColorUp koi food is pictured.
  • Pellet size measured by inches. Koi that are 10in or larger can eat the large pellets. Note: ColorUp koi food is pictured.
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Kodama Koi Food - All Season (Wheat Germ)

$53.00
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Product Description

We launched New Kodama Koi Food All Season & Color Up - The new innovative packaging comes in increments of 5.0lb boxes with 10 individually packaged 0.5lb bags (Except 33.0lb bag). 

The 5.0lb boxes for All Season comes in semi-glossy snow white color box and Color Up comes in semi-glossy vibrant red color box. Both boxes have this minimalistic vibe but, yet, very stylish look to them. The individually sealed 0.5lb bags allow you to use just the right amount you need without getting your hands dirty and while maintaining the freshness of the food. 

Buy this feed to increase your koi’s growth & health all year around!

Kodama Koi Food - All Season/Wheat Germ is formulated for maximum koi growth and health, and its digestibility will allow you to feed your koi all year round. The recipe for All Season Kodama Koi Food was developed by Mamoru Kodama, Grand Champion & founder of Kodama Koi Farm.

Benefits of All Season Kodama Koi Food:

  • Noticeably Faster Growth
  • Improved Health
  • Beautiful Skin
  • More Vibrant Colors
  • Easier & Smoother Digestion

Not satisfied with the koi food that was available, Mamoru set out to put together a combination of high quality ingredients that would help him to raise championship quality koi with beautiful, vibrant scales. Today, our Kodama Koi Farm is the biggest user of our own All Season koi food.

Our All Season Kodama Koi Food is a genuine, high quality product formulated in Japan. We pride ourselves on selecting only authentic Japanese breed koi and we treat our food with the same respect.

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Think about how you feed yourself. If you want your koi to look like Champion Koi, you should feed them food designed for Grand Champions. Fish are friends, think about their food. Just like a person you are what you eat. Buy it for their health.

To help you decide which size pellets your koi need, koi that are 10 inches or larger can eat the large pellets

To learn more about Mamoru Kodama's quest for a better koi food, go to www.kodamakoifood.com

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All Season / Wheat Germ Koi Fish Food

FRESH Wheat Germ

Wheat germ oil is widely known and used as human health food. The remaining defatted wheat germ is usually used as an ingredient for Koi food. Kodama Koi Food, however, uses the FRESH wheat germ before the oil is extracted. It keeps your koi healthy and improves its beautiful skin. Kodama Koi Food makes 100% use of what wheat germ can offer unlike other foods.

Fishmeal and the other ingredients

Fishmeal, the main ingredient, is also strictly examined to assure the lowest level of Histamine and Ethoxyquin, which may cause health problem in koi. Also, specially selected vitamins and minerals are added for your koi.

Bio Stone

Bio Stone is mineral with silicon aluminum as its main proportion. It not only acts to keep good koi healthy but also helps maintain good water quality by absorbing ammonia.

Feeding Guide For Your Koi

  • Yellow color indicates water temperature that koi can be fed.
  • Food amount each time is as much as koi can finish within 5 – 10 minutes.
  • Soluble vitamins can be quickly dissolved in water. This will pollute water and cause the loss of the nutrition. Please make sure there are no leftovers in the water.

Storage Guide for Kodama Koi Food

Kodama Koi Food is packed in an aluminum bag. The quality is stable for three years following the time of manufacture.

Once opened, please store the food in a cool and dry place.

Repackage the food into a smaller portion (about a day) to feed your koi.

Please avoid sunlight. Direct sunlight may compromise the ingredients.

Ingredients Data

Kodama Koi Food Crude Protein
(min)
Calcium
(min)
Fat
(min)
Phosphorus
(min)

Ash
(min)

Wheat Germ 38% 15% 4% 15% 11%
Color Up 38% 15% 4% 15% 11%

 

Ingredients: White Fish Meal, Wheat Flour, Defatted Soybean Meal, Defatted Wheat Germ Meal, Dried Brewers Yeast, Mono Dicalcium Phosphate, Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Niacin, Biotin, Choline Chloride, Vitamin C, Inositol, Folic Acid, Calcium Pantothenat e, Cyanocobalamine, P-Aminobenonic Acid, Manganese Sulfate, Iron Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Cobalt Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Calcium Iodate, Magnesium Sulfate, Disodium Hydrogen Phosphate, Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate.

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  1. Koi Seem to Love It

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Sep 2017

    I love the individual small packages. I have 40 fairly large koi and I mix several types of koi food together to make sure everyone's nutritional needs are taken care. Since the baby of the lot - a goshiki I purchased from Kodama came with a sample, and a note that she'd been eating this stuff all her life, I reasoned as part of her orientation to my home she should have what she normally ate. She and her quarantine buddies gobble the stuff up, and the ones in the main pond don't ever leave a single piece of food uneaten - so they must like this too.

  2. Our fish love it

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Aug 2017

    Our wild population of koi and goldfish in our clay bottom pond lurk just below the surface of the water in wait for the food. They eat avidly, like piranhas!

  3. Kodama Koi Food

    Posted by Mark Brandenburg on 19th Jan 2017

    Until recently I've been using Hikari products. The koi like the floating staple pellets well enough. Recently, I switched to Kodama, mainly because I like to feed my koi a varied diet. It could be my imagination, but I think the fish feed on the Kodama Pellets more aggressively. Hard to say for sure, as temperature and fish appetite play a significant role. I will say that I like the look of the Kodama Pellets better than the Hikari. They seem fuller and less artificial somehow.

  4. My koi gobbles it up!

    Posted by Don on 14th Jul 2016

    As soon as the koi food hits the surface of the water my koi literally climb over each other to get to the food which is a delight to those who witness it.

  5. All Season Wheat Germ is Great!

    Posted by Chris Clark on 8th May 2015

    My koi love this stuff. High quality food for high quality koi.

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