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5 Tips on How to Keep Your Aquarium Clean and Healthy

By Little Fields Farm 1 years ago 2340 Views

Keeping freshwater fish as pets is a delightful hobby for many. Freshwater fish tanks are inexpensive to install and there are so many beautiful, exotic fish available to stock your aquarium with.

Types of Aquarium Substrate

By Little Fields Farm 1 years ago 3249 Views

Many people do not realize the importance of choosing the right substrate for their aquarium until its cleaning time.

In case you are not sure, the substrate is the matter that is used to cover the bottom of a fish tank. Several types of substrate with varying textures, colours, and materials will be available at your local aquatic shop but selecting the one that you think will look best is not the ideal way to go about it.

Homemade Fish Tank Decoration Ideas for a Freshwater Aquarium

By Little Fields Farm 1 years ago 4020 Views

When it comes to fish tank decorations, most people follow the basic ideas that have become rather boring with repetitive.

The standard plastic plants, coloured pebbles, a few rocks and perhaps a scuba diver figurine or an ancient looking treasure chest is not just common to almost every household aquarium, it is usually all that it is present within it.

Something’s Fishy: How to Maintain Your Fish Tanks?

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 4388 Views

Fish are said to be low-maintenance pets.

However, this doesn’t mean that you leave them swimming there without care or attention. In fact, things can go haywire pretty quickly if you have a hands-off routine for your fish keeping.

Fish Food: The Key to Keep Your Fish Happy

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1633 Views

Do you sprinkle the fish food and run? Or do you carefully watch your fish swim up to the food and gobble it up in a matter of seconds?