What Do Baby Catfish Eat?

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Different species of catfish have different diets. Some are omnivores and scavengers, others are primarily herbivores, some are carnivores and predators, and others are limnivores or mud-eaters. Baby catfish have the same diet as adult catfish, depending on their species.
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Hello i am young and i have 3 baby catfish i cought them yesterday on lake whinoposokee they r about 1\2 of an inch big.i found out from my dad that they eat the bottom of plants,
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A baby cat fish likes to eat small insects, soft newly born leaves, and catfish pellets.
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various worms, anything that is dead really. They aren't picky eaters. You can feed them chicken livers, chicken, beef really anything.
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Baby Catfish feed on white bread, wholemeal bread, ground, raw or fried meat, algae, and small insects. Raising them can be fun and exciting however, it can be very costly if you do not give them adequate attention.
Some things that baby catfish will eat are small insects, soft newly born leaves, the stems off of plants, algae, blanched vegetables and small fish.
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