Home of Healthy Imported Koi
Experience the Koi Keepers
Now open as of May 1, 2016 for our
new season. If we can be of service to you feel free to contact us.
The Koi Keepers exclusively sell Imported Japanese
Koi and have the finest selection in New England. They range in size from
4” to over 20”. Koi should be true to type and ours look like the variety
that they are and grow into themselves with great beauty, color and structure.
Like a fine pedigree animal.
Not only do we sell Koi, we live with them and
raise them as our own. They are fed a high quality food so you won’t find
skinny undernourished Koi with us like from so many places that ship out
in quantity. Our Koi are very friendly too, hand feeding is something they
We cater to the serious novice and the experienced
Keepers, love to share knowledge that most don’t reveal and are willing
to answer all your questions to help guide your way. Education about the
Nature of Water is just as Important as the Koi that live in it. Water
and its columns are a living organism. Enough stress can not be placed
on the biomechanics of water quality and the essence to keeping fish healthy
to flourish for many years to come.
The Koi Keepers give one on one attention to each
and every customer so that they walk away with confidence bringing many
years of enjoyment to there ponds and Koi. Have fun walking around the
grounds relaxing while gazing at the colorful Koi and experience a magical
peaceful serenity. The Koi Keepers fish will surely dazzle your mind and
make a paradise in all your garden ponds.
Visit our Koi Varieties Gallery for an extensive
look at all the types of Koi that are available today. Learn about Ancestry,
Health, what to do when things go wrong and more within our site. We look
forward to seeing you.
Call 860-563-2293 or Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
to make an appointment to view our Koi and add
that special one to your collection. Open 7 days
a week 9am-4pm. Located in Rocky Hill, CT
We also offer other services like Consultation
for diagnosing sick fish or ponds and microscopic evaluation.