Draining the mudpond

When the growing season is over…

The swirl of fry circling round the feeder at mealtime is gone.. In a similar vein, when the harvest is over and the work of getting the koi indoors is finished, then it’s time to drain the mudpond and get it in a state suitable for overwintering. Though many people think that it may be a simple drain job, there’s much more to the whole process and it can mean the difference between being prepared for next season or not.

Once the koi are out

We now have to look at…

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Brian

Brian

Operator of Miyabi Koi Farm, a startup koi breeding and importing endeavor in the East Coast state of Delaware.

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