Ea Show is the world’s only food that truly replicates a wild koi’s natural diet. Ea Show contains Polychaete worms which have high levels of natural compounds that account for their unique ability to regenerate their bodies.
Ea Show is made up from Polychaete worms, crustacea and vegetation with absolutely NO fish meal - because koi do not eat fish in the wild. Let your koi show you winning results with powerful bodyshape, pure ‘whites’ and great colour! Ea Show can be used all year round or as a supplement in conjunction with Ea health.
Ea Show koi Food has been developed in conjuction with Dragon Feeds to best suit the physiology of koi carp. Ea Show koi Food contains worms, crustacea and vegetation. This is the staple diet of carp in the wild. Most current koi feeds, including winter 'wheatgerm - type' foods contain fish meal.
Koi do not eat fish as part of their staple diet. The polychaete worms are farmed by Dragon, these contain high levels of natural compounds which explain the worm's ability to re-generate their bodies after being severed.
It is these regenerative compounds that have been shown to have therapeutic effects when fed to fish. All of this results in incredible growth and improved health which your koi will experience after being fed this ground-breaking new product.
This use of polychaete worms in formulated feeds is protected by patent no. PCT/GB2003/005290
Ea Show Koi Food Developed in conjunction with and manufactured by Dragon Feeds:
Ea Show is an all year round food. First you will need to calculate the total weight of fish in your pond. An alternative to actually weighing your fish is to use the graph to the left. It shows typical average weights of koi at various lengths. For optimum benefit feed the amount of Ea Show food suggested in the table below, which is a percentage of the total weight of your fish in relation to pond temperature.
Ea Show twice daily (morning & evening). E.g. if you have a pond containing 10kg of fish with a water temperature of 17 oC, the total amount of food fed each day is 1% of 10kg = 100g. This 100g should be fed 50g in the morning and 50g in the evening.