Best Breeder award 2010

Cuttlebrook Koi Farm has just been voted "Best Breeder" of 2010 by the readers of Koi Magazine! We are absolutely delighted to have won this award and have to thank Koi Magazine for running the awards and everyone who took the time to vote for us.  It's a real honour and we wouldn't be in this position without the support of our many friends and customers - thank you!
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Koi Quest Day

There will be lots of fish available that we have been growing on over the winter for everyone to look at and choose from and as usual we will be holding some fun competitions for you all to have a go at.It might seem like a long way away at the moment but make sure that you put the date in your diary and come along - you'll have a great time. If you want to join us then please...
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Fry Update

Newly hatched fry
Here they are today - what a change! It won't be long before they reach first selection size and we will start to harvest them. You won't be able to see them very well as it isn't possible to get so close to them out in the mud ponds but hopefully you can make some of them out. Each fry pond has it's own natural cycle and this particular pond has an incredible daphnia blo...
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Spawning has started

Dried out mud pond
The last lot of lovely weather we had in April meant that we were able to competely dry all of our mud ponds which was great.We have now filled them all up again, apart from the one pictured, in preparation for putting out our fry and also the tosai, nisai and older Koi that we want to grow on over the summer.It's all systems go!Lisa
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Disaster averted

They anticipated it would take half an hour to fix but Mark got the generator out anyway and hooked it up to the airlines in the hot houses. An hour and a half later, Mark rang EDF again and was told the power would be on at 2.00 am then, just to check progress, he rang them at midnight to be told that the ground was too boggy for them to access the power line so they had gone ...
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