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Ranchu Lover 27-03-2008 11:16 PM

Update of my self-bred oranda
 
This is the update of some of the self-bred oranda. Here is how they look at 4 months old.
http://i27.tinypic.com/2zevtdk.jpg

Size is 12.8 (5 inches) long
http://i30.tinypic.com/23wsi1k.jpg

pistachio 27-03-2008 11:21 PM

your oranda looks like ryukin....but fat fat and very cute:rolleyes:

lohwl2000 28-03-2008 12:06 PM

Hi
 
Hi Bro Lim,

Congratulate for such a good breed of Oranda, they look huge and nice. I also adopt some from you but the growth is never your pace. Now only 7cm maximum while your already 12 - 13 cm. Impressive of your technique and rearing method! Thanks for sharing the picture and update :)

crossdiscus 28-03-2008 01:39 PM

nice looking ryukin...:D

Backslash 28-03-2008 02:15 PM

Wow, 4 months only and so big! Nice.

jiashun 28-03-2008 07:37 PM

are they ryukin or oranda? i cant tell! ahahah or hybrid?
look chubby n solid. i wonder how's their swimming. balance n cute i guess?
haha very very nice fish. :)

tygerlim 28-03-2008 08:08 PM

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Originally Posted by jiashun (Post 5690829)
are they ryukin or oranda? i cant tell! ahahah or hybrid?
look chubby n solid. i wonder how's their swimming. balance n cute i guess?
haha very very nice fish. :)

This are solid oranda, the body may look massive know, but wait till the headgrowth start to kick in, thats where the awe and power will come together.

If Uncle Lim would be willing to share their pics after another 2 mths, you would know what i meant:D

Ranchu Lover 28-03-2008 09:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tygerlim (Post 5690865)
This are solid oranda, the body may look massive know, but wait till the headgrowth start to kick in, thats where the awe and power will come together.

If Uncle Lim would be willing to share their pics after another 2 mths, you would know what i meant:D

The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak!

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 09:32 AM

Here is the update of the orandas at 5 months old. The bigger ones are slightly over 6 inches long from head to tail.

http://i25.tinypic.com/14dhouq.jpg

http://i30.tinypic.com/2gwi9uo.jpg

http://i29.tinypic.com/qzqadh.jpg

http://i29.tinypic.com/bfjd4z.jpg

tygerlim 23-04-2008 10:18 AM

The head growth were very nice and the size were:eek:

MiuMiu 23-04-2008 10:44 AM

Other than the size, the fish looks normal, just so so only. IMHO.

Dragonball'03 23-04-2008 10:47 AM

Find these orandas weird looking.

Still prefer the normal types selling at my market stalls.

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 11:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MiuMiu (Post 5760151)
Other than the size, the fish looks normal, just so so only. IMHO.

Size no big deal what? This is why they are lousy self-bred!

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 11:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Dragonball'03 (Post 5760161)
Find these orandas weird looking.

Still prefer the normal types selling at my market stalls.

That is why got lots of things to learn from the market $2/- oranda. Maybe got to rent pond to groom the oranda so that they can look like the market stall one.:D

Sotong King 23-04-2008 11:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5760214)
That is why got lots of things to learn from the market $2/- oranda. Maybe got to rent pond to groom the oranda so that they can look like the market stall one.:D

Not just rent pond but need a lousy pond and lousy GW. :D

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 11:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Sotong King (Post 5760323)
Not just rent pond but need a lousy pond and lousy GW. :D

How can of all people you call GW lousy! Must learn some GW skill from you. Still got time to groom them for your competition in June.:D

Goldling 23-04-2008 11:50 AM

Your self-bred orandas looks promising. Any self-bred ranchus to show?

Royal Smile 23-04-2008 01:41 PM

nice orandas you bred.the head is still small.

TVR 23-04-2008 02:56 PM

First of all, I must say that I know nothing about other breed of GF except TVR.
When I look at the 1st 2 fish's pics, my eyes went wow......just like the pics, they brighten up my day!
But when I scroll down to the 3rd and 4th pics, just like the pics, everything become dim and ugly. Might be the hand behind them?
What a waste! Sigh.............:(

Sotong King 23-04-2008 03:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TVR (Post 5760623)
First of all, I must say that I know nothing about other breed of GF except TVR.
When I look at the 1st 2 fish's pics, my eyes went wow......just like the pics, they brighten up my day!
But when I scroll down to the 3rd and 4th pics, just like the pics, everything become dim and ugly. Might be the hand behind them?
What a waste! Sigh.............:(

You made my day....:D

Big_Ranchu 23-04-2008 03:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5760212)
Size no big deal what? This is why they are lousy self-bred!

Hi Ranchu_Lover,

Pardon my ignorance, how do you classify this as lousy self-bred?

Btw, how long have your Orandas been staying in that small tank? Isn't it stressful for them?

Thanks.

Goldling 23-04-2008 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big_Ranchu (Post 5760752)
Hi Ranchu_Lover,

Pardon my ignorance, how do you classify this as lousy self-bred?

Btw, how long have your Orandas been staying in that small tank? Isn't it stressful for them?

Thanks.

yeah.. why lousy huh? they are cute leh.

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 04:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big_Ranchu (Post 5760752)
Hi Ranchu_Lover,

Pardon my ignorance, how do you classify this as lousy self-bred?

Btw, how long have your Orandas been staying in that small tank? Isn't it stressful for them?

Thanks.

I also don't know why some experts here consider them lousy. Since the experts says lousy, then it must be lousy. All raised in HDB using OHF and feed on koi pellets.

Big_Ranchu 23-04-2008 04:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5760861)
I also don't know why some experts here consider them lousy. Since the experts says lousy, then it must be lousy. All raised in HDB using OHF and feed on koi pellets.

Hi, there is no need to feel inferior, probably you could make it better even if they were not bred from landed property?

How long have the Orandas been staying in the tank?

Sotong King 23-04-2008 04:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5760861)
I also don't know why some experts here consider them lousy. Since the experts says lousy, then it must be lousy. All raised in HDB using OHF and feed on koi pellets.

Bro, you missed post #13 of this thread. :D :p

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 04:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big_Ranchu (Post 5760877)
Hi, there is no need to feel inferior, probably you could make it better even if they were not bred from landed property?

How long have the Orandas been staying in the tank?

Since birth from eggs in November 2007.

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sotong King (Post 5760879)
Bro, you missed post #13 of this thread. :D :p

Yah! Maybe I forget to add that these orandas never tasted GW before that is why so lousy.

Bro Sotong L## maybe you can share some of your self-bred oranda raised in GW.:D

Big_Ranchu 23-04-2008 04:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5760883)
Since birth from eggs in November 2007.

That is quite a number of Orandas in that tank. Isn't it overcrowded and I guess you must have a good filtration system behind it.

Happy Oranda keeping. :)

MiuMiu 23-04-2008 04:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5760892)
Yah! Maybe I forget to add that these orandas never tasted GW before that is why so lousy.

Bro Sotong L## maybe you can share some of your self-bred oranda raised in GW.:D

Ya lor, your lousy self bred ugly runt duckling will never turn into a swan. So don't waste it in GW.:D :rolleyes:

MiuMiu 23-04-2008 04:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big_Ranchu (Post 5760893)
That is quite a number of Orandas in that tank. Isn't it overcrowded and I guess you must have a good filtration system behind it.

Happy Oranda keeping. :)

Alamak, he can keep in a bigger tank than put in a 2ft tank to take picture ma. Many big fish in small tank just to pose is easier as old man cannot run after the fish in a big tank.:eek:

Sotong King 23-04-2008 04:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5760892)
Yah! Maybe I forget to add that these orandas never tasted GW before that is why so lousy.

You mean the lousy breeder never let the Oranda taste GW? :D

Quote:

Bro Sotong L## maybe you can share some of your self-bred oranda raised in GW.:D
Bro, don't any how shoot questions just like the Oranda any how shoot and produce the SG Oranda. :D

804 23-04-2008 05:05 PM

Nice Oranda there bro...cheers Thumbs up!!!:D

Ranchu Lover 23-04-2008 07:02 PM

Well! lousy means lousy. Does that means that lousy cannot share in this forum? Is this forum only meant for all the goldfish masters to show their fish? Anyway, these lousy orandas will be prepared for the coming competition. Will update you guys on a regular basis until the competition.

Self-bred not buy for competition.:D

Big_Ranchu 23-04-2008 07:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5761220)
Well! lousy means lousy. Does that means that lousy cannot share in this forum? Is this forum only meant for all the goldfish masters to show their fish? Anyway, these lousy orandas will be prepared for the coming competition. Will update you guys on a regular basis until the competition.

Self-bred not buy for competition.:D

Well, I guess anyone can share their fishes in this forum and that's one of the function of a forum.

Whether it is self-bred or specially purchased for competition is up to individual. In this realistic world, money is the boss.

just me 2cts. :)

Looking forward to your updates.

Leong68 23-04-2008 07:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big_Ranchu (Post 5761248)
Well, I guess anyone can share their fishes in this forum and that's one of the function of a forum.

Whether it is self-bred or specially purchased for competition is up to individual. In this realistic world, money is the boss.

just me 2cts. :)

Looking forward to your updates.

Agreed Bro. Well said

GoldSumo 23-04-2008 07:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5761220)
Well! lousy means lousy. Does that means that lousy cannot share in this forum? Is this forum only meant for all the goldfish masters to show their fish? Anyway, these lousy orandas will be prepared for the coming competition. Will update you guys on a regular basis until the competition.

Self-bred not buy for competition.:D

I don't know how to see a Oranda and I am trying to learn but the way you put it is very confusing :confused:
First you share with us your self breed in 4 months old, well I think they look presentable and some bro here did praise them nice and "Tigerlim" always support you with nice words. Then later you are saying your fish are lousy after 2 bro say they are so-so and weird looking. Where is your stand point? :confused: Why don't you cull them in first place if you think they are lousy?
The most confusing part is since you think they are lousy, why you still want to send them to competition? Is there any reason behind?
And I always want to ask you this, your nick is ranchu lover, where is your ranchu? Care to share?

samlee 23-04-2008 08:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoldSumo (Post 5761319)
I don't know how to see a Oranda and I am trying to learn but the way you put it is very confusing :confused:
First you share with us your self breed in 4 months old, well I think they look presentable and some bro here did praise them nice and "Tigerlim" always support you with nice words. Then later you are saying your fish are lousy after 2 bro say they are so-so and weird looking. Where is your stand point? :confused: Why don't you cull them in first place if you think they are lousy?
The most confusing part is since you think they are lousy, why you still want to send them to competition? Is there any reason behind?
And I always want to ask you this, your nick is ranchu lover, where is your ranchu? Care to share?

Call Lousy Oranda lover Not Ranchu Lover:D

nazari 23-04-2008 08:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoldSumo (Post 5761319)
I don't know how to see a Oranda and I am trying to learn but the way you put it is very confusing :confused:
First you share with us your self breed in 4 months old, well I think they look presentable and some bro here did praise them nice and "Tigerlim" always support you with nice words. Then later you are saying your fish are lousy after 2 bro say they are so-so and weird looking. Where is your stand point? :confused: Why don't you cull them in first place if you think they are lousy?
The most confusing part is since you think they are lousy, why you still want to send them to competition? Is there any reason behind?
And I always want to ask you this, your nick is ranchu lover, where is your ranchu? Care to share?

Aiyah bro, The TS wants to tell people that he is the expert lar....you see post#13
"Size no big deal what? This is why they are lousy self-bred!"

and then post #23
"I also don't know why some experts here consider them lousy. Since the experts says lousy, then it must be lousy. All raised in HDB using OHF and feed on koi pellets."

In fact he was the one who said that his fish is lousy as with some earlier threads. Maybe he is too engrossed in wanting to win competition that he himself is not coherent. That's why hobby are meant for fun and enjoyment. Once the hobby controls you, the fun and enjoyment is gone.

Anyway, there are no experts or shifu or master here. We are all hobbyist wanting to enjoy and have fun with like minded hobbyist. Cheers

Royal Smile 23-04-2008 09:34 PM

Many bros shooting him it seems,he has a problem i guess.:confused:
he might feel more competitive if he could win prizes and it could well urge him to better himself for the good of his hobby.i think we should encourage such hobbyists as winning prizes is not easy while we could not doubt is in the aim of every participants at the comp besides enjoying the event itself and socialising.There should be healthy competition among fellow bros.

Goldling 23-04-2008 09:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ranchu Lover (Post 5761220)
Well! lousy means lousy. Does that means that lousy cannot share in this forum? Is this forum only meant for all the goldfish masters to show their fish? Anyway, these lousy orandas will be prepared for the coming competition. Will update you guys on a regular basis until the competition.

Self-bred not buy for competition.:D


Will there be a self-bred competition in future? Perhaps you can join that and not the coming one :confused:


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