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Kloubec Koi Farm is North America’s premier breeder of healthy koi for sale and champion koi, Nishikigoi. We hatch, grow and ship high quality live koi to customers throughout the United States and Canada. Our koi fish for sale are produced from Japanese parent stock on our koi farm in Amana, Iowa. We are the breeder of many quality koi varieties including Kohaku, Sanke, Showa, Kumonryu, Asagi Koi, Doitsu varieties, Gin Rin, Longfin, Butterfly koi for sale, blue koi and many more. The koi farm has 80 acres of mud-ponds and is a bio-secure location. Perfect for raising Nishikigoi. 

Why Shop at Kloubec Koi Farm?

Whether you are looking for top quality pond fish or high grade show fish that rival imported Japanese koi, Kloubec Koi Farm can deliver. Our koi fish are quarantined for a minimum of 2 weeks prior to shipping. We take extra time and care in packaging our koi fish to ensure they arrive at your door as calm and healthy as possible, in fact koi health on delivery is guaranteed! Kloubec Koi Farm is your trusted source for the best koi online as well as pond water conditioners and the best koi food available.


1.) How Much Does a Koi Fish Cost?:

The cost of a Koi fish can vary greatly depending on several factors, including:

  • Size: Generally, larger Koi will be more expensive than smaller ones.
  • Variety: Some rare or highly sought-after varieties can cost thousands of dollars, while common varieties might be more affordable.
  • Age: Mature Koi will typically cost more than young Koi.
  • Quality: The overall health, color vibrancy, and pattern of the Koi will influence its price.

As a general estimate, you could expect to pay anywhere from $25 for a small, young Koi to several thousand dollars for a rare, high-quality specimen.

2.) What Size Pond Do I Need for Koi fish?

A common rule of thumb is to allow 1000 gallons of water for the first Koi and 500 gallons for each additional Koi. This is a minimum recommendation, and you may want to consider a larger pond to provide ample space for your Koi to grow and swim comfortably.

Here are some additional factors to consider:

  • Pond depth: Aim for a minimum depth of 3-4 feet to allow for proper water temperature regulation and waste dilution.
  • Fish size: As your Koi grow, you'll need to ensure your pond can accommodate their adult size.
  • Filtration: A good filtration system is crucial for maintaining water quality in a Koi pond. Factor in the pond size and number of Koi when choosing a filter.

3.) What Do Koi Fish Eat?

Koi fish are omnivores and enjoy a varied diet. Here are some common food options:

  • High-quality Koi pellets: These provide essential nutrients for growth and health.
  • Flakes: Offer variety and can be used for training or hand-feeding.
  • Vegetables: Blanched lettuce, spinach, and peas are good choices.
  • Fruits: Occasional treats like melons or grapes can be offered.

4.) How Long do Koi Fish Live?

Koi fish are known for their longevity. With proper care, they can live for 20-30 years or even longer. Some Koi have been documented to live for over 100 years!

5.) Can Koi fish live with other fish?

Yes, Koi can generally live peacefully with other fish, as long as the other fish are compatible in terms of size and temperament. Here are some good tank mates for Koi:

  • Goldfish (larger varieties): Ensure the goldfish are large enough not to be seen as prey by the Koi.
  • Shubunkin: These colorful goldfish are a good option for adding variety to the pond.
  • Barbs: Active and hardy fish that can hold their own against Koi.


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