Keeping & Breeding Crickets As Feeder Insects
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This easy to read and understand eBook covers all the need-to-know topics to keep & breed feeder crickets.

Due to the popular demand this eBook is already in its third edition. Feedback from previous clients implemented a few changes that made an overall improvement and an even better reason to have this eBook.

Topics such as cricket breeding (step-by-step), cricket feeding, cricket dusting and gut loading, temperature regulation, economics and biology is discussed in full, but easy to understand details. The book also contains two easy-preparable dry cricket gut loading recipes and a easy to prepare maintenance recipe for optimum cricket health and breeding.

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Keeping & Breeding Crickets is written to cater mainly for the novice, but also the experienced cricket breeder.

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Renier Delport

Renier Delport

Tinkerer, veterinarian, blogger...

They say that only two things in life is certain, death and taxes. Well I can guarantee you that if you own a pet Bearded dragon or any other insectivorous lizard, it is also a certainty that you're going to pay large amounts of money to buy feeder crickets

A few years back I was stuck in the same situation you are probably in right now. I had a few Bearded dragon adults and babies and the prices of commercial crickets were killing me. Worst of all, even though the prices were ridiculous, feeder crickets were not even always available. You sometimes had to wait a few days for new or fresh stock to arrive! What do you do in the meantime? I know what it is like to have hungry little mouths to feed. Another common problem with commercial crickets are that you often buy or receive a tub and most of the crickets are dead or that they don't have the right sizes available! A lot of the time you get to the pet store and find a supposedly small tub with medium crickets.

Sounds familiar?!

That is what I want to share with you today - my solution, Keeping & Breeding Crickets As Feeder Insects. This eBook is your one and only guide to successful cricket breeding and cheap crickets!

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