ZOO MED Aquatic Turtle Banquet Block Aquatic Turtle Food, 0.5-oz block - Chewy.com

Zoo Med Aquatic Turtle Banquet Block Aquatic Turtle Food, 0.5-oz block

By Zoo Med
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
$6.39Chewy Price
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About This Item

Details

  • Food for aquatic turtles.
  • Crafted from turtle food pellets.
  • Formulated to help maintain your buddy's beak.
  • Designed as a food and calcium supplement in one.
  • Great for use as an additional food source when away on vacation.

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Nutritional Information

Feeding Instructions



Questions & Answers

2 Customer Questions


how much calcium is put into these blocks?
Answer by ChewyOct 02, 2020
The calcium ranges from 25-29%.

How long would these blocks last? Supposed to be 5 regular ones in one. So how long does one regular one last? Just trying to do the math.
Answer by ChewyAug 25, 2020
The longevity of each block will vary, depending on the pace and eating habits of your pet.

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4 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Dee on May 19, 2023

turtle food

These are great if you have to be away for a week.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Erin on Jan 8, 2023

Blocks broken, can't use them

The entire box was crumbled, I can not use then. I have pictures.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Zekryuem on Aug 25, 2022

They Love It

My turtles devour these like nothing. Great to keep them healthy and make sure they're getting enough calcium in their diet! Gotta buy more lol!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Joec on Aug 5, 2021

I need lots of these.

I ordered 10 boxes (50 blocks) of the turtle feeding block because my Red Eared Slider, Lucy, after four years of growing with the same group of goldfish, has suddenly decided to add fish to her diet. She ate one of the 9 inch long goldfish, after a water change and then one month later ate a second one. I am down to four fish and hope to keep them, but unless she has something to tide her over, I am afraid she will continue to decrease the company. When I have the feeder blocks in the water, she seems more inclined to eat them than the fish, at least that is my assumption. In addition to two feedings of regular food each day, she gets a block every other day. That seems to keep her happy so far. Chewy provided these at a very reasonable price and quickly so that I did not have to worry about a shortage before Lucy got too hungry.