With more and more attention being placed on feeding our reef animals, it is exciting to see industry leader Reef Nutrition release a new product to feed our reef aquariums. At a particle size of 1-200 microns (up to 0.2mm), Oyster Feast is a highly nutritious food for filter feeders made from oyster eggs and oyster ovarian tissue. The range of particle sizes offered by the new feed is likely to be of great benefit to sponges, feather dusters, soft corals and the microscopic life of your aquarium. Although the product was just revealed at MACNA, we have been trying out a bottle on a moderate light reef with very strong feeding responses from a variety of corals including zoanthids, acan lords a few different anemones. Even with such a nutritious profile and heavy feeding, we’ve been surprised to see only a moderate increase in algae growth. There’s just one question remaining; if it is ethically permissible to feed our corals oyster eggs, what other animal sploodge can we use to feed our reefs?