My vet recommended Nutrogrub for gut loading feeders 48 hours before feeding to my beardie. She said to have a gutloading tank and only feed the Nutrogrub so they don't go for fresh veggies instead of it. However, I've tried it with roaches and locusts and they don't seem to be interested? I...
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At the moment I am gutloading the mealworms with bug grub also when feeding I dust them in calcium and nutrobal is this the best way i also heard as well that sometimes leopard geckos have a hard time settling in but my gecko never refuses food when when he/she is full up he/she will just walk away
What do you use to gutload your crickets?
Ive seen this "bug grub" stuff in the pet shops and wondered if its any good? I usually give mine fresh veg but it goes rotten quickly :( so was wondering if anyone uses bug grub and if its worth a try?
How can I tell if my hoppers and crickets are well gutloaded?
I have a little bottle top in their container with the 'bug grub' suppliment which I was told would be sufficient, but it doesn't seem particularly nutritous?
I've got a Uro who has a couple (about 10) mealies over the typical weekend. He loves eating them and it's helping to tame him down so i figure a few must be good for him. I have a faunarium with the majority of the mealies on a substrate of porridge oats and bran, with veg added regularly and...
This may be a stupid thing to ask, but what else can be used to effectively gut load crickets and locusts other than bug grub and other commercial gut loading products?
Oh and obviously I feed them fresh fruit/veg also.
How long before my beardie eats his bugs should they be gut loaded?
I assume I shouldn't leave veg in all the time with them as it will go off
Also what are the best gut loading foods for crix? Beardie is about 4 months