My goldfish pond is in North Carolina.
This is my first Winter with it. I stopped feeding the first
week of December when it got cold and the fish went to the
Now we are having a warm week. The fish seem to want food.
Should I give them some, until it gets cold again, or, once
you stop, is it better to not resume feeding until Spring??
Understand that I'm speaking from
a perspective based and nurtured in the Frozen North. Unless
you are absolutely sure that your water temperatures are
above 50 degrees and likely to stay there for a considerable
period of time, DO NOT FEED.
When you do resume feeding, remember to start off slow with
no more than one feeding every couple of days and high-carb,
low fat/protein foods. We use Cheerios soaked in orange
juice up here.