What is the most expensive breed of koi fish?
Kohaku Koi, the red and white carp is the most expensive Koi in the world which was sold for around $2.2 million US dollars in China.
Can you eat koi?
But it is still fish and it can still be eaten.” US Angler agrees that koi are edible because folks eat carp all over the world. Koi are Amur carp that have been specifically culled for their unique coloration and carp, despite their meager reputation as table fare, can be delicious.
Why is koi fish so expensive?
Since the quality Koi are the ones that make it to the market, they become expensive due to the low supply and high demand principle. According to Cool Fish Network, Koi lays a million eggs. Out of the million eggs, only 60% hatch and that is not a reason for a fish farmer to celebrate.
When did Icklesham Koi start selling koi pond?
Established in 2006, we are a reputable dealer offering fair and competitive prices, with a great reputation for always providing excellent customer care and quality service! We sell high quality, hand selected Japanese Koi and offer a wide variety of quality pond products from leading manufacturers.
Where to buy Ogata Koi in East Sussex?
We are now the sole southern agent for high quality Japanese Ogata Koi and are proud to welcome you into our shop. Icklesham Koi are Koi and pond specialists, situated near Rye and Hastings in East Sussex.
Are there koi pond specialists in East Sussex?
As Koi and pond specialists in East Sussex, this business is much more than a job – it is a lifelong passion. We have undertaken extensive research regarding Koi care, health and equipment, to ensure that we can provide the very best care for our Koi. Maintaining these standards and providing an excellent service gives us real satisfaction.
Where do you study to be a koi dealer?
Like most Koi dealers, we started out as enthusiastic Koi hobbyists. Our passion grew and evolved and we soon completed the OATA (Ornamental Aquatic Trade Association) courses. After this, we went on to study at the leading Aquatics and Fish Management College (Sparsholt College).