goldfish in pond

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maggie01 | 17:27 Thu 10th Aug 2006 | Animals & Nature
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I have a small pond inherited from previous owner. I only had 2 goldfish and 1 shibumkin in it. Today I went out to feed them and I about 25-30 fish about 1 and a bit inches long. I have kept fish in a pond before but have never had babies as far as I know. Do I have to do anything and what are the chances they will survive?Pond isn't big enough for all these.


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If your pond has plants the fry will survive without assistance no problem.

My fish breed yearly and I give the young away once they get to about 2" in length.

If you do not know anybody after new fish advertise in a local newsagent and you'll be surprised how popular you'll become.
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Thanks! Yes there are plants in there and there is no way I would be able to keep them all if they survived. It's great to see them all swimming around though.

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