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I got this for the crickets that I feed to my Pac-Man frog, Yoshi. They do not touch this at all. I throw in some lettuce, and they are all over that. But they will not eat from this block. Not very expensive for the amount that you get, but it was just a waste of money for me personally.
I put it in the bag with the crickets to see and indeed, they swarmed it... it now lives in my bioactive enclosure just in case a cricket decides to skip the fresh food, I know they should go for this rather than my gecko (who has never had a bite on him before but still, this is a nice safety). Will buy again
I have had lizards for a long time. This is the first food I have seen that gets so much attention. The crickets love it. I swear their chirping sounds happier. Definitely a must have if you keep crickets.
This food block works extremely well for keeping the crickets fed and alive until it's feeding time for the Gecko. The food block lasts a lot longer than I thought it would (weeks!). Great find!
the feeder crickets we have seem to really like this supplement and the gecko's really like the added benefit of the supplement.
Never saw the crickets on it left it in for months and none of them ate off of it
So far crickets seem to love this. Very convenient- no mess. Just drop this in with the crickets add cricket quencher and you are all set
Have used this block since it came out on the market it is an easy way to feed and supplement at the same time. Less mess than other options or can be used in addition to other cricket food. Would recommend this to any cricket keeping reptile owners. Makes things easier in cricket keeping.
I do not care for this product it is too hard and I have yet to see any crickets touch it. I even tried moistening it to no avail. Thought it would be convenient but no!
If you have a reptile, especially a baby one, you need to make sure your pet receives Calcium and Vitamin D with its food. At first, I used powder, which meant I had to catch the crickets and coat them in powder before giving them to my bearded dragon. Then, I found Zoo Med Cricket Block Reptile Supplement. Now, I put the cricket block reptile supplement in the cricket container, where they feed on it. Breeders call this gut-loading, which I find a distasteful name; however, no more coating crickets. All I have to do is put the crickets in the tank for my baby beardie to get calcium and vitamins.