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  1. You could always plumb the old inlet to above the water line with tubing and small valve. That would allow the pump to draw in small amounts of air and mix it with the discharge.
  2. So been searching around for snowflake food for my growing cherry colony. Found out snowflake food is nothing more than compressed pellets of soybean hulls. Better yet it is used in agriculture as feed and quite cheap. Like $150 a ton cheap. So I found a 5lb bag of pellet soybean hull bird food. Company confirms it is 100% non-gmo soybean hulls with no filler. Only costs $11 shipped. A fraction of what shrimp specific snowflake foods goes for in 30 gram sizes. Can anyone see any reason this would not work for our shrimp?
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