Crickets 1000 Count 3/4"

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Crickets are omnivores and scavengers by nature. They’ll eat just about anything that is available to them (including their fellow crickets), which means you must be super careful about what you provide in their habitat. You’ll want to feed them a highly nutritious diet, especially if they are going to be consumed by your reptiles or amphibians. There are plenty of options when it comes to feeding crickets. They need a dry source of food, as well as a watery or fresh source of food. You can pick some of these dry foods and also offer a couple of the wet foods to give your crickets a balanced meal.

Here are some of the best dry foods you can feed to your crickets:

1.) Crushed cat food, dog food, chicken feed ( if possible, you’ll want to use vegetable based feed)

2.) Cricket chow – This is commercially produced cricket feed. You can find this for sale at any place that sells crickets.

3.) Mixed seeds and nuts – unsalted raw sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, almonds, peanuts

4.) Alfalfa – course ground or powdered

5.) Wheat Bran

And these are some of the best fresh foods you can feed to your crickets:

1.) Greens – romaine lettuce, collard greens, mustard greens, dandelion leaves, broccoli

2.) Potatoes – These are a cricket favorite. They even enjoy sweet potatoes.

3.) Carrots

4.) Fruits – apples, oranges, grapefruits, berries, mango, papaya, banana

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