Issue No.13 of Koi Talk Magazine
In issue #13 read about:
The Beginner’s Guide To Selecting Asagi
You may not realise it but Asagi are one of the most important varieties in the history of Koi. As the first mutation from the plain black Magoi, all other varieties descended from them. In this issue, Ricky Stoddart delves into the beginners guide to selecting Asagi.
Often looked upon as the most serious form of Nishikigoi, for many the Sanke variety is the pinnacle of Koi, and as such they command much attention from around the world.
A Frank Discussion About The Current Status And Research Into KHV – Part 1
Chris and Ricky from the Koi Talk team recently interviewed Jos Derks from http://www.fishhealthonline.com, a pioneering scientist in the field of aquatic research and his techniques and findings are changing the way we can keep our Koi. Find out more about how his findings are leading the way in part one of this two part interview
Meet One Of The UK’s Most Passionate Koi Keepers – Part 1
In issue 12 Ricky took us through the first part of his visit to the home of Donald Kerr. In this follow-up article he picks up where we left the conversation. Read on to hear about Donald’s Koi experiences in Japan, and ultimately how he got a Koi lineage with one of Japan’s great dealers named after him!
This month we called in to see John Midleton at his home in the West Midlands. He’s been keeping Koi since the 1970s and take his own unique approach to his pond.
Feeding Behaviour In Koi
Jake Mann is a graduate of University Centre Sparsholt, one of the UK’s leading providers of undergraduate courses for land and environment. In this article, Jake takes us through some of the detail behind the natural feeding behaviour in Koi and the direct impact this can have on the Koi in our ponds.