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Thread: Tosai from Momotaro

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    Tosai from Momotaro

    Here are some of the tosai which Mr Michio Maeda selected for me
    Regards
    Eugene
    It is nice to know the parantage of ones fish and here are the parents of my tosai ;

    Female of Ginrin Kohaku is 92cm won the best Ginrin Kohaku in All Japan Koi show in January 2007.

    female parent of the Sanke is "Mako(92cm)" bloodline and mix wit "Momoko(98cm)" bloodline. The female aprent is 88cm now.

    Female parent of Showa is "Shiro Showa(94cm)" bloodline. The female parent is 75cm 4years old.

    Female parent of Kumonryu is 96cm.

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    You don't need all of them, send some to me please.
    Nor-Cal Koi Unit KOI ADDICTED AND NEED NO CURE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cocoyboy View Post
    You don't need all of them, send some to me please.
    I am going to start again by growing these in my mud pond and selling my other fish . I could not believe my eyes when at the farm last week not just a few but several hundred of such high quality fish that they would win any show in the US .
    I will send some photos tomorrow of the parent fish . The fish will be landing in Toronto in an HR . so should be here in another four hrs .
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    Eugene

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    Very cool deal.
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    Very nice tosai!!! So when are these going into your mudpond?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aquitori View Post
    Very nice tosai!!! So when are these going into your mudpond?
    Unfortunatly not till May . Till then I will keep them in my heated 8000US gal greenhouse pond . Problem is the heating costs it is going to cost me 5g for the winter so that is why a larger number it simply cuts down on cost as well as getting a better final selection .
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    Cool idea, keep us informed on your growout.
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    Eugene...

    Glad you're back safe... but, I'm a little put out you didn't call! Need any help unbaggin' those pretty babies? (no really, I'm serious!)

    Oh yeah, sure, it's okay to call us when they are big and heavy to pull out of the pond but not when they are small... (j/k)

    Kind Regards,
    Terri
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    Eugene, You got all 60? Wow!

    Some photo study while in the greenhouse pond would be a great enjoyment for me.

    Good growing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian_&_Terri View Post
    Glad you're back safe... but, I'm a little put out you didn't call! Need any help unbaggin' those pretty babies? (no really, I'm serious!)

    Oh yeah, sure, it's okay to call us when they are big and heavy to pull out of the pond but not when they are small... (j/k)

    Kind Regards,
    Terri
    I did get one for Ian to pull out of mud pond next year and it is 6year old 84 cm sanke but that is a storey in itself . Fish did not arrive till after 10pm air Canada cargo handlers delayed everything for 3 hr .
    Regards
    Eugene

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