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    I have read on a lot of websites that Butter worms are high in fat(5%fat) and should be a treat only? If that is the case, then why feed them crickets(6%fat)? Looking at the charts on nutrition it appears that butter worms would be the healthier of them all?
    Can you feed Butter worms and tiny horn worms as their main diet each night? What is the best combo of "worms" to use as a daily feeder (no crickets)(and I live in Canada so NO roaches either)? and how many of each per feeding?
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    Tr, i would suggest creating a new thread in food and feeding issues. This is a sticky post (meaning it stays at the top of the subforum for easy access to valuable information). They are not usually intended for questions. If you want you can link this thread to show where you got your information from.
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    Roaches ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LEOPARD@1 View Post
    Roaches ?
    tr already said they live in canada and roaches are illegal.
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    Thanks. Still trying to figure out where to put what on this site. and how to do it half the time. but got it posted right.... I think...lol.
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    Where there's a will theres a way.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by LEOPARD@1 View Post
    Where there's a will theres a way.......
    No need to condone illegal activity, specially when there are other options.

    Roaches are illegal here, plain and simple. A few years ago somebody got jail time for a few hundred roaches, many others got hefty fines.

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    I in no way condone/condoned, supported,suggested,or partook in anything illegal in the great state of Canada.
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