Perfect for summer feeding

Pond Fish Food Summer


  • Basic food for all pond fish (e. g. goldfish, Koi, ides)
  • Easily digestible, perfect for cooler temperatures
  • With balanced multi-vitamin complex, essential minerals and trace elements
  • Does not make pond water cloudy
  • For growth and vitality
  • Sustainable, without fish meal – preserves the oceans 


Background information:

Floatable pond sticks for the summer feeding of all pond fish. Made of thoroughly selected and carefully processed raw materials,. The easily digestible food guarantees an optimal use of nutrients and a healthy intestinal function. For a reduced water pollution and clear, healthy pond water. The balanced multi-vitamin complex effectively prevents deficiency symptoms . For vivid, colourful fish.

Dennerle consciously waives the use of fish meal in order to protect the oceans. Instead, vital proteins, carbohydrates and fats from grains and vegetable products are used. The sticks don‘t make the pond water cloudy. 

35867 L
  • Declaration

    Complete food for ornamental fish in garden ponds

    Ingredients: wheat, dehulled soybean meal - toasted, wheat germs, yeast derivative.

    Additives per kg: Nutritional additives: Vitamins, provitamins and chemically defined substances with similar effects: 7,500 IU E672 vitamin A (as retinyl acetate), 150 mg 3a700 vitamin E (as all-rac-alpha-tocopherol acetate), 190 mg E301 vitamin C (as sodium L-ascorbate)

    Trace elements: 60 mg E1 iron (as iron amino acid chelate, hydrate), 5.0 mg 3b202 iodine (as calcium iodate, anhydrous), 5.0 mg E4 copper (as copper amino acid chelate, hydrate), 20 mg E5 manganese (as manganese amino acid chelate, hydrate), 40 mg E6 zinc (as zinc amino acid chelate, hydrate), Antioxidants: 75 mg E324 Ethoxyquin, 50 mg E321 butylated hydroxytoluene.

    With preservatives permitted in the EU.

    Analytical constituents: crude protein 15%, crude fat 2.0%, crude fibre 2.7%, crude ash 2.3%

  •  Feeding recommendation

    As much as the fish will eat within a few minutes, several times per day. The colder the water, the less you should feed in terms of quantity and frequency. Stop feeding when temperatures drop below 10 °C.