Category: Koi News

Excerpt found at http://www.irishexaminer.com/ Friday, July 29, 2016 Sean O’Riordan Mystery surrounds how a koi carp fish ended up in a fast-flowing, normally shallow Cork river and how it survived after being attacked by birds and territorially aggressive brown trout. Measuring the koi carp which was found during a fisheries census of the Glashaboy river in…

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Koi, you! Carp import business takes off Koi, you! Carp import business takes off Excerpt found at http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/ the big fish: Ricky Stoddarts Koi Wholesale business boasts more than 60 per cent of the UKs Koi Carp trade despite the company being only four years old. 19:13Wednesday 20 July 2016 0 HAVE YOUR SAY A business…

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Excerpt found at http://www.miltonkeynes.co.uk/   Koi carp worth hundreds of pounds were left to die when water drained away from their ponds in a hidden beauty spot. Visitors to the scenic ponds at Central Milton Keynes, were horrified to see the dead fish this week. “The ponds were all dried off and a large number of…

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Excerpt found at http://southcoastsun.co.za/ IT’S not a cheap hobby and requires dedication, but koi keeping will ultimately give you an extreme sense of satisfaction. 9 hours ago Bruce White has been an avid koi keeper for more than 25 years. The timeless tradition of keeping koi will be celebrated when the national koi show takes place…

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Excerpt found at http://www.dailyherald.com/ By Liz Ramos [email protected] Summer for younger students usually is a time for relaxing, going to the pool, hanging out with friends, playing video games or watching TV. A group of hardworking students from Larsen Middle School in Elgin had different plans. More than 20 students participated in a summer enrichment program…

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Excerpt found at http://msue.anr.msu.edu/ Posted on July 8, 2016 by Paige Filice, Michigan State University Extension Wildlife habitat, soothing sounds and scenic beauty are just a few of the benefits of having a backyard pond. Exotic fish such as koi can be attractive additions to your pond, and non-native ornamental plants such as water hyacinth can…

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Excerpt found at http://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/ CHRIS McLENNAN, The Weekly Times July 7, 2016 10:00pm A  BANNED overseas fish can easily be bought in Victoria. Koi carp are a declared noxious aquatic species, like their European carp cousins, and cost a 51-year-old Ocean Grove man almost $2000 in fines earlier this month. Koi, also called Japanese carp, are…

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Tranquil Sanctuary Koi pond amid Midwest heat Excerpt found at http://www.demo-mo.com/ BY MAX LONDBERG AND RUSS PULLEY [email protected] [email protected] 22, 2016 Through a haze of heat, there’s a cool, tranquil area around the home of Suzanne and Rick Manfredi. From the couple’s porch in Peculiar, the sound of water trickling over rocks and dripping into a…

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