Does anyone need big feeder fish

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Hay guys I know this is a bit off topic but trying to help out a friend. So the situation is that he is a koi breeder, and in my opinion he has really nice koi and his quality control is overkill. I fly up to visit him 1or 2times a year, and when I was with him this time he was explaining how he has a too many koi. Due to COVID all of the koi shows he went to closed permanently. He can not get into any other ones, and that was his main place to sell koi. He has been breeding koi for 13years and got his breeders from Japan. His koi are really high quality and some of the one I got from him have won a ton of awards. But he has a ton of these koi that come out looking like grass carp, and he does not know what to do with them. I have reached out to a few friends and they have used his feeders for big snapping turtles and mata Matas. But he still has a ton the reason for this is because when 2koi spawn there are a few koi out of every 10 that don’t show any or much pattern. They get raised with the rest of his koi and are just as healthy and fat. Just trying to spread the word, so if you have any animals that you need small or big feeders for please reach out to me, and I can send you his contact information. He shipped all over the us for low prices. He also has really nice koi if you are looking to fill your pond with some. His prices are super low and if you are local you can check out the breeding ponds whenever you want he has nothing to hide even if you don’t need koi or feeders please spread the word.
 

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ZEROPILOT

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I have a few Koi ponds here in Florida.
Whenever I get a few that are outgrowing the particular pond, I place a CRAIGSLIST ad to sell a few.
I generally pay about $8 per small Koi. And they sell the large ones for between $75 and $200.
I'd at least try that route
 
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