TetraPond® Vacation Food Slow Release Feeder Block
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  • Details
  • Usage
  • Nutritionally Balanced Slow Release Food
  • Gel Block Does Not Cloud Water
  • One Block Feeds Up To 7 Days

TetraPond® Vacation Food is a slow release gel block to nourish your fish while you are away. It is nutritionally balanced for all your pond fish. The Vacation Food does not cloud water and does not disintegrate on its own; the fish will eat from the block as they are hungry.

Usage Information

From dosage rates to product labels, the USAGE tab contains all of the information you need to properly apply your pond care products.

Guaranteed Analysis

TetraPond(r) Vacation Fish Food
Crude Protein Content Minimum 3.0%
Crude Fat Content Minimum 0.1%
Crude Fiber Content Maximum 1.5%
Moisture Content Maximum 90.0%

Feeding Guide

Stocking Level Of Pond 7-Day Period 14-Day Period
15-20 Goldfish (Medium Size) 1 Block 2 Blocks
2-3 Koi (Medium Size) 1 Block 2 Blocks

Note: Add additional blocks if your pond contains more or larger fish.


Daphnia, Agar Agar, Locust Bean Gum, Xanthan Gum, Yeast Extract, Ascorbic Acid (source of Vitamin C), Inositol, Niacin, D-Calcium Pantothenate, A-Tocopherol-Acetate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin A Palmitate (source of Vitamin A), Cyancobalamin (source of Vitamin B12), Cholecalciferol (source of Vitamin D3), Biotin. Coloring Agents: Red 3 Dye. Preservatives: Ethoxyquin, Calcium Propionate, Potassium Sorbate and Citric Acid.

How To Use

Remove foil seal, drop the recommended number of feeding block(s) into the pond. Depending on the number and size of fish in your pond, the feeder block might not be fully consumed when you return from vacation. The feeder block does not disintegrate on its own. If there is food left, you may leave the block in the pond and resume feeding regular pond diets.