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  1. Today I went and got some fish from a professor at the local college, and I learned that the fish research world has this whole lots-of-small-tanks-on-a-rack thing figured out. There’s even a version that comes on a mobile cart. I just wanted to share because it turns out we don’t actually have to DIY everything. (Whaaat??) If you have some money you can actually buy yourself a really nice fry grow-out system, well designed and pre-made. I think those containers come in sizes ranging from 1 liter to 9-ish liters. It’s a constant flow-through system (those pipes drip water, not air). The racks come with a 4 step filtration system, including a UV sterilizer. Not sure how many parts you have to order separately. They don’t list the prices for an entire rack on their website. But they do list those little tanks for individual sale! I guess it makes sense that the research world figured this out. I’m going to be watching very carefully to see if the college ever decides to get rid of anything. 😀
  2. Good morning and Happy Mothers day Team, I just purchased a 65 gallon 36x18x24 and want to purchase a stand which can hold a 30 gallon breeder under it. Do you think if i split a muscle rack in half 72x36x18 is safe for a 65 and 30 gallon filled with water, fishes, rocks, wood and decor? I have linked a few places selling it below as reference. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Muscle-Rack-Silver-5-Tier-Boltless-Steel-Garage-Storage-Shelving-36-in-W-x-72-in-H-x-18-in-D-UR361872PB5P-SV/300097687 https://www.walmart.com/ip/Muscle-Rack-Black-36-W-x-18-D-x-72-H-Five-Shelf-Steel-Shelving-Unit-150-pound-capacity/35584046 https://www.walmart.com/ip/Muscle-Rack-Silver-Vein-36-W-x-18-D-x-72-H-5-Shelf-Steel-Shelving/54134491 Do you think 65 gallons which holds about 772 lbs with just water in it would be too much for a limit of 800lbs per shelf especially if I split it in half? I would appreciate any guidance and advice. Hopefully, someone has tried this before. 🙂 I am also open to any suggestions as well. Happy Mothers day again everyone!!!!
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