***Due to the Public Health circumstances beyond our control, these dates are tentative and subject to change. Please check back with us often to check dates and times!
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We suggest you contact your Chapter VP for more information and making any reservations you need in advance.
234 Fish Road New Milford, PA
Group Lodging-Holiday Inn Express Gibson (570)465-5544
We are a family-run koi farm that strives to produce healthy, Truly High-Quality Koi. Our goal is not huge numbers of koi to wholesale. It is to eventually produce a Koi that wins Grand Champion at a U.S show!
I have been keeping Koi for over 15 years now. We first started selling Koi from our home-based Fish Store in a water trough buried in the ground. As we became more knowledgeable we built a nice pond to keep our fish happier and to give our customers a better look at the fish they were purchasing. As things grew we started buying and selling many varieties of Domestic Koi. What started as a hobby quickly became a passion for me. I started to buy and read books and search for everything I could find on the internet. It was becoming an obsession. We moved our store to a new location and installed 5 ponds to sell our Koi from. We did well with the Koi but the economy got the best of us and we were forced to shut the doors. I told my wife, the one thing I didn't want to give up was the Koi. So when we shut the doors on the store I decided to install 12 ponds at home and start breeding my own Koi to sell. We now have over 50 ponds with plans to add even more! Our long term goal is to produce High Quality Koi and eventually one that wins Grand Champion at a U.S koi show. But in producing the high quality, you also produce every other grade of koi, therefore we have koi for all levels of keeper from the new hobbyist to the serious koi kichi. We have also attended Koi shows and have numerous awards to show for it. I have also joined the WWKC or World Wide Koi Club. We have extended out knowledge through online college equivalent courses to become a Koi Veterinarian. I have completed level one of three and have certification as a Professional Koi Keeper. We hope to be able to supply you with that one fish that just BLOWS you away.
67 Stumpy Road, Penns Grove, NY 08069
Local Lodging is yet to be determined. Contact your Chapter VP for more information.
Beni Hanna Nishikigoi Koi Breeder and Importer of High Quality Koi. We welcome visits by appointment if you can not make it during our open hours.
They have been breeding koi in NJ since 2001. As a local breeder they offer a large selection of koi for every koi hobbyist.
More information to come!
1717 Motor Pkwy, Hauppauge, NY 11788
(631) 784-1234** Discount Code--G-TRIG for $169.00 per night
The Tri-State ZNA was founded on July 22, 2011.
Our goal is to spread the hobby of Koi (Nishikigoi) keeping , to improve upon the husbandry techniques for maintaining koi and to elevate the appreciation aspects of Nishikigoi as living art.
People are already registering for tanks to enter their koi and all I can say is WOW I CANNOT WAIT TO SEE THESE FISH!!! There is a limited number of tanks available and once they are all reserved we cannot accept any more reservations.
This should NOT intimidate you from entering! You can always purchase a fish from one of our amazing vendors at the Show! Last year one of the baby fish purchased from a vendor won! Don’t worry about tank reservations for vendor fish purchased at the Show. Most vendors have Show tanks set aside for their purchases to be entered into the Show.
Contact your local Chapter VP for carpooling information.
This is the perfect time to meet others in your area that enjoy the hobby of pond and Koi keeping. Even if you are not a member, come join us for our next meeting. For more information contact our VP, Rosemary Vena at email@example.com
At the home of Chris W. in Ghent, NY Time is 1:00pm.
At the home of Tara & Walter in Round Top, NY, Time is 1:00pm.
Hosted by Frank & Peggy Kingston inNY, Time is 1:00pm.
Hosted by Rosemary and John in Red Hook, NY, Time is 1:00pm.
Hosted by Herb & Kris in Catskill, NY, Time is 1:00pm.
Hosted by Steve & Debbie in Glenford, NY, Time is 1:00pm.
To be announced.
This is the perfect time to meet others in your area that enjoy the hobby of pond and Koi keeping. Even if you are not a member, come join us for our next meeting. For more information contact our VP Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by John and Laurie in Old Bethpage, NY Time is 1:00pm. . The agenda for the meeting is to talk about your spring pond opening. Including the dangers of bad bacteria in this crucial time of year. Along with discussing which items you can use to combat this danger. Lastly the benefits of using koi clay. So come on down, you might learn something new.
Hosted by Paul, Lynn and Jason Yablonski of Ronkonkoma, NY Time is 1:00pm.
Hosted by Jake & Barbara in Levittown, NY Time is 1:00pm.
Hosted by Ken & Carol in Smithtown, NY Time is 1:00pm.
Hosted by Rich & Susan Iasparo of Oakdale, NY Time is 1:00pm.
To be Announced. Time is 1:00pm.
This is the perfect time to meet others in your area that enjoy the hobby of pond and Koi keeping. Even if you are not a member, come join us for our next meeting. For more information contact our VP Bob at email@example.com
This is the perfect time to meet others in your area that enjoy the hobby of pond and Koi keeping. Even if you are not a member, come join us for our next meeting. For more information contact our VP
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