Too many orange koi Fry


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Hi,
I’m relatively new to keeping koi, having purchased my first batch of about five fish approximately five years ago. Since then, our collection has grown to about 20 fish in a large unfiltered pond with a lot of plants.
The fish have bread again this year and produced a large number of simple orange koi as well as some very colorful and beautiful fish. There is no way that my pond can handle this number of fish. I don’t imagine there is much of a market for these pure orange koi fry which are growing quickly. I don’t want to kill them. What do I do??? Please advise
 
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@Naomi B
You can try putting them on nextdoor.com as you join it and choose your own neighborhood. It's all over the whole country. Lots of people looking to start ponds and need fish. Make sure they have a big enough pond that can handle those big koi.
 

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