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WTB pinhead crix in Massachusetts

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Looking for a source of pinhead crix in Massachusetts. I am thinking I only need 25-35 a week, so the internet packs of 250/500 would be a waste for me. Anyone in the local area or such is willing to sell them in small qtys let me know. The store I was going to get them at stopped carrying them.

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I buy my crickets here:

http://www.wormman.com/cat_crickets.cfm

They have batch sizes available and low prices to suit your needs, and these folks can get live ones to me, even in the dead of a nasty Midwest winter. Downside is, the flat rate 20.00$ shipping charge, so it is best to order a large amount.

Now that I think of it, I bought a lot of live foods from these folks from over the years, not just crickets!

However, Petsmart and Petco both sell pinhead crickets now, both in bulk and in clever little prepackaged boxes.



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I get mine from Armstrong's Cricket Farm (800)345-8778. Ask for Tammie.



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Rick look up your local reptile club. Someone is buying pinheads for his baby whatevers. Maybe you can chip in and get a share?



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Hehe...thats me there as well. I have interests in dendros as well caudates....



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Rick look up your local reptile club. Someone is buying pinheads for his baby whatevers. Maybe you can chip in and get a share?
Right, there is probably someone in your area getting them, it's a matter of hooking up with the right person. Ask around if anyone knows any lizard breeders. Maybe even post an ad on Craigs List or something. Call some of the "obscure" pet shops in the area - they might know some local herp breeders, even if they don't carry pinheads. Good luck!



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