ABDRAGONS Premium Chow Reptile & Insect Food, 4-oz bag - Chewy.com

ABDragons Premium Chow Reptile & Insect Food

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  • High-protein feed for Dubia roaches (sold separately).
  • Healthy roaches make for a healthy reptile.
  • Suitable for both roaches and crickets.
  • No cat, dog or chicken food included.
  • Arrives in a convenient resealable bag.

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Top IngredientsGround Corn, Dehulled Soybean Meal, Ground Wheat...Made with real fruit (banana, mango, and blueberry) and insects (mealworms)...Sun Dried Bok Choy, Freeze Dried Zucchini, Freeze Dried Green Beans...Shrimp.Wheat Bran, Calcium Carbonate, Ground Corn...
Food FormDry FoodDehydrated, Freeze-Dried, Crickets, Mealworms, Dried VeggiesDehydrated, ShrimpGrains, Mealworms
Food FlavorFruits & Vegetables
Fish TypeTropical Freshwater
Special DietHigh-Protein

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jenn on Sep 30, 2022

Great product, but does smell...

I use this substrate to keep my black soldier fly larvae in, and it is really nice. I can sift majority of the substrate out with a typical kitchen sift, and the larvae really like to dig around in it. My only complaint is it does have a grainy wheat smell to it. It smells fine straight from the bag, but after a couple of days with the larvae, the smell gets rancid. It's especially prominent if too much moisture is mixed into the substrate. However, the smell isn't too much of the problem since I house the fly larvae in my basement. I only have to deal with it when I clean their container.