Quality Koi Company Ltd
Specialist Importers of Selected Koi
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Celebrating our 26th anniversary
Bridge End, Brighouse, West Yorkshire, England, HD6 3DN
The UK's most popular Koi Store invites you to browse a vast range of handpicked Koi and accessories. We stock everything you may need to build and upkeep a pond or tank as well as a wide range of Koi from baby Koi at only £1.25 to Koi of the highest quality (our most expensive at the moment being £18,000) and everything in-between.
Whatever quality of Koi you are looking for we will have something suitable. Our Friendly staff offers free advice on any aspect of fish keeping and pond construction and will help you to the best of their abilities with any problems you may encounter. We stock some of the best Koi you will find in the U.K We also keep a wide range of coldwater fish for tanks and ponds including Golden Orfe, Blue Orfe, Goldfish, Shubunkins, all kinds of Oranda, Grass Carp, Tench Etc We have 180 tanks of tropical fish from standard community fish to more unusual varieties such as Discus, Rift Lake Cichlids, Apistogramas, etc. We construct and improve ponds of all sizes from 100 gallons to 100,000 gallons we will completely construct a pond or just help out on the technical side, fit drains filters etc and point you in the right direction. Whatever you require. Contact us for details. We Promise To Supply The Best Value For Money Fish Possible A few words from the Proprietor of Quality Koi Quality Koi was founded in 1979. As a hobbyist I found Koi addictive so I started to sell them to support my interest, and soon attracted a hard core of customers who liked my Koi appreciation. In April 1985, Quality Koi Company was formed in Bridge End, Brighouse, West Yorkshire. From the opening day, our customer base has increased yearly. Up to date we can boast Privilege Card holding customers nearing 10,000. In 1982 the first Ultraviolet Steriliser was made to our design - Since then millions have been sold. History Koi have been kept in captivity for longer than any other fish, evidence shows that people were keeping Koi as far back as the 8th century, and possibly before. About 160 years ago, Koi keepers in Japan started to breed Koi for their colours, and the Koi we know today came into existance.Size and Longevity The Koi is the largest fresh water fish. Koi grow rapidly, anything up to 20 centimetres a year. Records exist of a Koi growing to 1 metre 53 Centimetres in length and weighing 45 Kilogrammes. On average, Koi live about 70 years, although the oldest living Koi is said to be over 220 years old. Keeping Koi Koi are a pleasure to keep. Being omnivorous they are easy to feed, and they can be trained to take food from their owners hand easily. The Koi is a gentle fish, they do not attack each other as many fish do. Although it is more enjoyable to have a large pond for your Koi, a smaller pond of 3 or 4 square metres makes a perfectly adequate home. Large Koi can be quite valuable, but this does not mean that keeping Koi is an expensive hobby. By selecting young Koi with good pattern you will find the hobby falls within the tightest of budgets. There are many types and coloration patterns of Koi, Choose carefully and you will have chosen Koi which will be your friends for life.