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Old 18-07-2006, 12:33 AM   #281
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A ranchu has to be balanced. Ishikawa ranchus are mostly future ranchu. That is to say that they are generally good as Oya fish. How many of us got skill to keep a ranchu for several years before we can see the potential develope. Kashino and Takao are fish that generally peak at Nisai which is suitable for my kind of keeping.

If you are the patience type, then go for the Ishikawa.
oh i see .... so that is also to say that your keeping of fishes is "short term" lah .. which also means that your fishes develope early and then thats it for the fish .... i see ...

but what i do know about ranchu is the challenge for the fish to grow to oya .. and therefore the recongition of getting the grand champ. but i would also like to add that kashino and takao has got oya fishes which are in the standing for the AJRS and therefore show that their fishes do not generally peak at nisai .. just my 2 cents worth ...

and i would also presume that your other TVR that u have already peak and not around liao is it ???
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Old 18-07-2006, 12:54 AM   #282
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oh i see .... so that is also to say that your keeping of fishes is "short term" lah .. which also means that your fishes develope early and then thats it for the fish .... i see ...

but what i do know about ranchu is the challenge for the fish to grow to oya .. and therefore the recongition of getting the grand champ. but i would also like to add that kashino and takao has got oya fishes which are in the standing for the AJRS and therefore show that their fishes do not generally peak at nisai .. just my 2 cents worth ...

and i would also presume that your other TVR that u have already peak and not around liao is it ???
I have both type of TVR. If you are looking for a future TVR, go for one with a slender body and small head growth. Look for very neat scales. Slender body TVRs tend to have smaller scales. Those TVRs with massive wen will peak very much faster. There are also some other very sensitive issues that I will not bring up in this forum. Otherwise some people will burn down my house for that.

BTW do you have 3 years to wait for your ranchu to peak? As I have said before, goldfish is just a hobby to me. Entering competition is the fun part. Meeting fellow hobbyist is the enjoyable part. Looking every morning and evening at my goldfish is the soothing part.
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Old 18-07-2006, 04:15 PM   #283
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I have both type of TVR. If you are looking for a future TVR, go for one with a slender body and small head growth. Look for very neat scales. Slender body TVRs tend to have smaller scales. Those TVRs with massive wen will peak very much faster. There are also some other very sensitive issues that I will not bring up in this forum. Otherwise some people will burn down my house for that.

BTW do you have 3 years to wait for your ranchu to peak? As I have said before, goldfish is just a hobby to me. Entering competition is the fun part. Meeting fellow hobbyist is the enjoyable part. Looking every morning and evening at my goldfish is the soothing part.
brudder, who are the breeders for the 2 types of TVR ?
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Old 18-07-2006, 07:39 PM   #284
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brudder, who are the breeders for the 2 types of TVR ?
Basically all breeders will have both type of ranchus. Just like in a big family, some will be tall some will be short etc.etc. With goldfish, you have thousands in one spawn. It is a question of culling. Keep what you like and throw away what you don't.

Hard to explain in this forum. Need to write a book to do so.
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Old 18-07-2006, 07:58 PM   #285
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Basically all breeders will have both type of ranchus. Just like in a big family, some will be tall some will be short etc.etc. With goldfish, you have thousands in one spawn. It is a question of culling. Keep what you like and throw away what you don't.

Hard to explain in this forum. Need to write a book to do so.
oic, very difficult
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Old 18-07-2006, 08:35 PM   #286
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Patience.... is the essence of Ranchu keeping!!
Good for testing your ability and perserverence in Ranchu keeping!!
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Old 18-07-2006, 09:53 PM   #287
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Patience.... is the essence of Ranchu keeping!!
Good for testing your ability and perserverence in Ranchu keeping!!
This is only a very small part to the equation. The bigger part is the know-how.
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Old 19-07-2006, 09:06 AM   #288
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This is only a very small part to the equation. The bigger part is the know-how.
With patients..... eventually will know how....
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Old 19-07-2006, 10:33 AM   #289
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With patients..... eventually will know how....

In 50 to 100 years time?
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Old 19-07-2006, 10:47 AM   #290
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In 50 to 100 years time?
That one will depend on individual.... cant really say..
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