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Old 22nd May 2015   #7
Johnny O. Farnen
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Default Re: Worm pellets - too good to be true? or perfect for the squeamish?

I used to make my own in the past, but you have to soak most pelleted foods before the critters will eat them. Additionally, I have my reservations about how much nutritional value is left after processing.

Better safe than sorry. Try the small size nightcrawlers from a bait shop. They make things a bit easier, no chopping required unless you have a very young critter.

If you can get them, blackworms are king and look less like worms and more like a wiggly drain clog...which in hindsight may actually gross you out more...


Have a look at the relevant caudata culture food articles. there has been some serious work done there on keeping your critters well fed!
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