Crickets were once the most difficult feeder insect to breed, which is why 98% of people gave up after a few months using conventional methods. The reason for this is very simple….breeding crickets is easy, the hard bit is continuing with a laborious maintenance schedule. The problem with conventional methods is they require constant spraying, feeding, watering, moving crickets to 7 different containers and cleaning. To make things worse, pests take over due to lack of maintenance and the whole system crashes. It’s easy to see why the vast majority of people give up. These methods are better suited to large scale commercial production…not feeding one or two bearded dragons.
No matter whether you are starting out or want to breed for profit, our methods will move you well past the standard “place a bowl of vegies, in a fish tank with toilet rolls”.