|Top Ingredients||Farm-Raised Mealworms (Tenebrio molitor)||Farm raised Crickets (Gryllus Linnaeus).||Farm raised Crickets (Gryllus Linnaeus)||Farm-Raised Mealworms (Tenebrio molitor)||Grasshoppers.|
|Food Form||Wet Food, Grasshoppers||Wet Food, Crickets||Wet Food, Crickets||Wet Food, Mealworms||Wet Food, Grasshoppers|
|Bird Type||Wild Bird||Wild Bird||Wild Bird||Wild Bird||—|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health||Digestive Health||Digestive Health||Digestive Health||—|
|Fish Type||—||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater|
These crickets were way past their expiration date how crazy! I need new ones to feed my lizard please
My dragons love this Grasshoppers! Highly recommended!
We have 11 Red-Eared Sliders with very healthy appetites in the pond not a single one would eat these. The Sliders take treats right from our hands so this product seemed perfect for that. But NO, the turtles actually turned their heads away when offered these grasshoppers. Out of the can they are disgusting - hoppers yes, but they look like they have been coated in black tar. Classify this product as an absolute waste of money.
I bought these as a treat for my chickens and they won’t touch them. They normally love grasshoppers but I guess maybe they didn’t like these because they are cooked. Too bad. Now I’m stuck with five cans of them. Guess I’ll try using them as fish bait and see how that works out.
Great way to make your whole house smell like a rotting corpse.
I tried these for my dragon, he was not a fan, they also seemed to be "spoiled" also. I will not be buying again
I purchased these for my bearded dragon, Nicko. I was curious to see if he would like them for treats. He loves them! They are large and had to be cut up. Thankfully they do not have a gross smell.
I give one to each of my rats as a treat after cleaning their cage. They go absolutely crazy for them. I was admittedly grossed out since I'm a bit of a wimp, but it comes with a little spoon to get them out so I don't have to touch them.
I thought for sure our insectivores would enjoy these but they had no interest in them. Maybe they were just too big?
our 10 year old red ear slider turtle "Tomasina" loves these as a treat...