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Old 02-11-04, 04:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Where's a good place to buy mealworms?

I just bought a hedgehog and I need to purchase insects to feed it.

I figured one of you lizard people would know of a good place to buy mealworms, etc...

I found Fluker's brand on a hedgehog website. $7.95 USD for 1.4oz (about a cup). Is that a good price? Expensive?

The only thing I ever have to buy is rats as I'm a snake person.
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Old 02-11-04, 08:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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hmmm you should see if you could find a smaller amount. mealies are just a treat for hedgehogs and they should only get 5 or 6 a week and they like them alive. I just buy a small pack at the bait shop for mine and keep it in the fridge.
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Old 02-11-04, 09:16 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Funny...the breeder said all of her hedgies eat them freeze dried. Some are even scared of the live ones. lol
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I used to buy mine at http://www.expresscrickets.com/ before i started breeding them myself. The only downside for you is that you buy them in the 1000's, so that may not be a good choice for you. Another site i hear people ordering them from is wormman.com , i haven't ordered through them before.
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well if it east freeze dried thats great. Mine wont touch them unless they are live...same with any other type of bug.
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CANADIANFEEDERS.COM , Rob St. John is a great guy to deal with and always has good deals ... would recomend him any day
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but i live in the states. ;-/
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well your not going to be feeding it that many so just buy some freeze dried ones from a petstore. It will last you quite a while.
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Yea I just bought some Zoo Med can o/worms. It should last me a good while.
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