Marugen Koi Farm - Growth Development of Marugen Showa Koi Fish In Marugen's Mud Pond Facility
  • marugenfarmmarugenfarm October 2013
    Posts: 58
    <strong><a href="http://marugenfishfarm.com/2013/10/16/growth-development-of-marugen-showa-koi-fish-in-mud-pond/" target="_blank">Growth Development of Marugen Showa Koi Fish In Marugen Koi Farm's Mud Pond Facility In Singapore</a></strong>

    <a href="http://marugenfishfarm.com/koi-fish-farm-singapore/" target="_blank">Marugen Koi Farm</a> is pleased to showcase the <a href="http://marugenfishfarm.com/2013/10/16/growth-development-of-marugen-showa-koi-fish-in-mud-pond/" target="_blank">growth development of another Marugen Showa, raised in our mud pond facility in Singapore</a>. The comparison is made between a picture taken when the showa was only 3 months old, and a recent video clip taken when the same koi fish is now about 6 months old.

    At first glance, the 3 months old Marugen Showa (as per picture showcase below) may not appeal to many. But if one look carefully, she actually has a lovely side in her; a basic and simple 3-steps kohaku pattern on white shiroji skin, which is well-balanced by underlying sumi (sumi hidden under the white shiroji skin). What matters now is if the underlying sumi will surface from under her white skin, to make her a more complete showa!

    www.koianswers.com/discussion/download/14134/Marugen Showa at 3 months old - koi for sale in singapore.jpg
    Marugen Showa @ 3 months old
    Offspring of “Night Trilium”
    Female Parent Koi Fish “Night Trilium” is a Showa bred by Momotaro Koi Farm
    Product of <a href="http://marugenfishfarm.com/koi-fish-farm-singapore/" target="_blank">Marugen Koi Farm</a>

    Please enjoy the video clip of the same Marugen Showa, now at 6 months old.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSZpRuVdS44

    Within a short period of 3 months, her underlying sumi is starting to surface prominently; which helps to provide a simple yet attractive uniformed-pattern of thick red beni, developing black sumi and snow white shiroji. Without doubt, this Marugen Showa is beginning to blossom into a very high quality and beautiful young showa Tategoi. A classic example of an "ugly duckling" developing into a "graceful and beautiful swan". With proper grooming, she definitely has a very bright future ahead of her.

    This <a href="http://marugenfishfarm.com/2013/10/15/marugen-koi-farm-growth-development-of-show-quality-showa-koi-fish/" target="_blank">Marugen Showa is currently being groomed in our Marugen Koi Farm's mud pond</a>; where minerals and nutrients that are found naturally in the mud pond, act as essential health supplements for kois to grow healthy and develop better.

    www.koianswers.com/discussion/download/14132/Marugen Koi Farm Picture.jpg


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    Post edited by marugenfarm at 2013-10-17 08:12:42 pm
  • ShukriShukri October 2013
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    I thought Tsubo Sumi is only meant for Sanke i.e. a white based Koi, and this is a Showa which is a black based koi..........

    Cheers Bro........... :)
    In Koianswers Forum, no one individual is above the rest. This is the Forum for the Koi Community.
  • marugenfarmmarugenfarm October 2013
    Posts: 58
    Hi Bro Shukri,

    Yes, you are right indeed. I did some research and realized my understanding of the exact meaning for "Tsubo Sumi" is incorrect.

    I shouldn't have used "Tsubo Sumi" on Showas, as this term should be used solely for Sankes, to describe sanke sumi on white skin.

    Thanks for highlighting.

    Cheers... =)
    Warmest regards

    <a href="http://marugenfishfarm.com/koi-fish-farm-singapore/" target="_blank">Marugen Koi Farm</a>
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    http://marugenfishfarm.com/
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    Post edited by marugenfarm at 2013-10-19 08:06:49 am
  • ShukriShukri October 2013
    Posts: 4,881
    No problem Bro,
    We are all here to share information and exchange ideas on Nishikigoi.......... That way the learning curve will be a lot faster.

    Have a good day Bro.
    In Koianswers Forum, no one individual is above the rest. This is the Forum for the Koi Community.
  • marugenfarmmarugenfarm October 2013
    Posts: 58
    Yes Bro Shukri, we are all fellow koi lovers!

    And koianswers.com has been a great forum; serving the needs for hobbyists of all koi-keeping experiences (including new beginners to koi keeping) to share, learn and update!

    You have an enjoyable weekend too! :)
    Warmest regards

    <a href="http://marugenfishfarm.com/koi-fish-farm-singapore/" target="_blank">Marugen Koi Farm</a>
    marugenfarm@gmail.com
    http://marugenfishfarm.com/
    http://www.facebook.com/marugenfish.farm

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