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Premium Quality High-Protein Prawn and Crayfish Food

When it comes to choosing the best possible food for your Redclaw Crayfish, Louisiana Crawfish or Prawn, the nutritional needs should be the primary concern. We have the highest quality Redclaw and Prawn pellet food available in 1-pound, 3-pound or 5-pound sizes perfect for home farmers and aquaponics enthusiasts. Each package is identical in terms of nutrition and only varies in terms of the quantity you would like to order. You can choose the quantity you need by clicking on the appropriate links at the bottom of this page. If you need a larger quantity, we can accommodate that as well; please email us for special orders at sales@liveaquaponics.com.



Crayfish & Prawn Pellet Food
* Sinking Diet
* Pellet
* 16% Protein, 4% Calcium, .35% Fat


For Best Results
When ordering Redclaw Crayfish, Lousiana Crayfish or Freshwater Prawns for your aquaponics or aquaculture program, we recommend that you keep them on the same food they are already accustomed to as this will smooth your transition.

In the wild, Redclaw Crayfish and Freshwater Prawns eat many different foods, and as a result they naturally maintain a balanced diet that contributes to good health. When tank raising these animals, offering a varied and balanced diet will ensure proper growth and support their immune systems. Adding our high-quality feed – in addition to their natural food – will ultimately save you money as it provides the desired growth and color while sustaining the overall health of the Crawfish or Prawn. Studies have shown that, when fed natural foods combined with a high-quality protein supplement like our pellets, the final weight is over twice that of those fed either food alone.


Natural Food for Crawfish:
  • Hay
  • Snails
  • Decaying/Living Plant and Animal Matter
  • Carrot Shavings
  • Insect Larvae
  • Worms

Natural Food for Freshwater Prawns:
  • Snails
  • Decaying/Living Plant and Animal Matter
  • Seaweed
  • Worms
  • Blanched Leafy Vegetables

*Low-quality foods that lack nutrition contain many unnecessary ingredients or “fillers” that are not typical or even present in their natural diet.
*High-quality feed tends to contain more natural or whole ingredients that more closely mimic the foods they would eat in the wild.


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