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*Easy-to use brine shrimp hatching kit for feeding aquarium fish
*Hatch your own brine shrimp eggs to feed the freshest live food
*Inexpensive way to feed aquarium fish as well as corals & invertebrates

Brine Shrimp Hatchery Kit
Kit includes a molded base, hatch mix, and airline tubing. All you need is a clean 2 liter plastic bottle (not included) and an air pump.

Hatch Mix 3-Pk.
Can be used with any brine shrimp hatch kit. Three packets of hatch mix, containing brine shrimp eggs and salt. 2.22 oz.

Hatch your own fish food or use as an educational tool. Includes base and 3 packets of hatch mix. Add soda bottle, air pump and water. Not intended to raise shrimp to adult size.

  • All Natural
  • Highly nutritious
  • Excellent for fish and reefs
  • Stimulates good growth and enhances the color of your fish

Recommended for:

Small or Baby Freshwater Fish: Egg Laying, Live Bearing, Platys, Tetras, etc

Small Saltwater Fish: Gobies, Blennies, etc

Saltwater Invertebrates: Tridacnid Clams, Crabs, Feather Dusters, Shrimps, Sea Apples, etc

Corals: SPS, LPS, etc

Feeding Instructions:

  1. Setting up the Hatchery
    • Take a 2 liter soda bottle and cut off the bottom of the bottle (right where it starts to curve inward).
    • Turn the bottle upside down and screw it into the Hatchery base.
    • Attach one end of the airline tubing to the bottom of the base and the other end to an air pump. To prevent pump damage during a power failure use a check valve (found at your local pet/fish store) or place pump above water surface level.
  2. Hatching eggs
    • Fill the bottle with 1 liter (about 1/2 full) of dechlorinated water.
    • Plug in air pump to start aeration.
    • Add one packet of Hatch Mix™ (if you are mixing your own eggs and salt; use a teaspoon of eggs and 1 tablespoon of aquarium rock salt or synthetic sea salt).
    • Place a light source about 8 inches away from the bottom of the bottle.
    • Temperature should be about 80-82 degrees F; pH should be maintained above 8.0.
    • Eggs should hatch in 24-36 hours
  3. Harvesting the baby brine shrimp
    • Unplug air pump (keep pump above water surface)
    • Wait approximately 5-10 minutes for babies to swim towards the light at the bottom of the bottle and for the shells to float to the top.
    • Remove airline tubing from pump (keeping above water surface).
    • Slowly lower tubing over a brine shrimp net to strain babies from water.
    • Rinse babies under cool tap water to remove salt.
    • Feed to your fish.

Clean up

  1. Dump hatching water from bottle
  2. Remove bottle from Hatchery

    Clean bottle and Hatchery with hot tap water and rinse well (you can also use a commercial aquarium cleaner)


Hatchery Base, 3 Hatch Mix™ Packets (Brine Shrimp Eggs, Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Chloride), 3 Ft. Air Line Tubing.

Brine shrimp contain beta carotene a natural color enhancer, high levels of lipids and essential unsaturated fatty acids required for biological processes.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 55.0% min.
Crude Fat 18.3% min.
Crude Fiber 19.0% max.
Moisture 95.0% max.

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