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KOI WHOLESALE & SMALL TRADE

For more than 10 years, we are specialized in purchasing and selling Japanese Koi, both wholesale and retail. Originated as retail in the Brabant region, in 2007 there was a scale increase with a shift of activities to the province of Namur, near the French border.

Our cymbals and watercourses consist of closed circuits of 10 to 20,000 liters. In total, we have more than 300,000 liters in closed systems. These serve mainly as shelves. The koi ready for sale are placed in smaller bins from 1,500 to 6,000Liter. In addition, we also have our ponds that are permanently provided with flowing water. This very pure water originates from the highlands of the "Croix Scaille" in France. In terms of quality and composition it is almost identical to the water in Japan.

Every year we select our fish from a variety of small Japanese growers, all of them connected to Shinkokai Niigata Region. This connection ensures that breeders are continuously monitored for the health of the koi.

Through well-organized international cooperation and our large volumes we can offer you excellent quality at a favorable price.

During the season we have a permanent stock of 15,000 pieces of Tosai, 2,000 pieces of Nisai, and a few hundred sansai.

With us you can buy Koi at a favorable price.

As a wholesaler, we also make exports within Europe.

KOI KARPER AND HIS ORIGIN

The koi carp is an asian asparagus (Cyprinus carpio carpio). Originally he appeared in the rice fields (and not the garden pond). The KOI is the result of crossings between carpenter species, Cyprinus carpio.

Contrary to what one might think, the koi carp is not native to Japan. The oldest form of nishikigoi called magoi was black and occurred in the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, Aral and Azov. The earliest writings about the species are from China and are around 500 BC.

The Japanese term koi (meaning literally "carp") - koi would like to say "carp carp", which seems rather nonsense. Originally, the name of this Chinese carp jinli, literally "brokaat carp"), resulted in Japanese "Nishikigoi" (also literally "brokaat carp"). This fish is the most common carp in the Far East, and is usually called koi (carp in Japanese), hence the wrong name. This carp is defined as the subspecies Cyprinus carpio carpio.

The koi carp has different colors. Red, white, yellow, black, etc., this fish has nothing of a predator despite its large size. Koi carpers are omnivores, overwhelmingly to herbivore, but especially vegetarians, explaining their peaceful, cozy character. The koi carp is fond of sandy or muddy soils where they seek food. The higher the temperature of the pond water, the hurricane is the Koi, and therefore their feed needs to be adjusted.

Koi carp generally requires a high protein feed. But if the water temperature drops below 6 ° C, the koi stops feeding because its metabolism stops, and goes into a semi-winter sleep that can take all winter.

The Koi carp was introduced in Japan during the Chinese invasion. In the seventeenth century in the Niigata region, Koi was introduced - nishikigoi - in the rice fields to improve the unilateral rice diet of rice farmers. The first color mutations worthy of name appeared between 1804 and 1830 and related to the red, white and yellow carp. Between 1830 and 1850, the Kohaku saw the daylight as a result of a cross between a white and a red carp carp. And at the end of the nineteenth century, most of the races we know today.

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