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Orange Cube Cricket Diet

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Orange is the single solution to provide the three things crickets need most: food, water, and vitamins. It is specially formualted to be easily digested by both crickets and the animanls that will consume them. Use of Orange"  will drastically reduce your number of drowned, dehydrated, and nutrient defcient crickets.


FEEDING DIRECTIONS:

Orange should be used as a primary source of food for your crickets. It is most effective if offered to crickets for at least 24 hours in order to provide the most complete nutritional prey for your pet reptile or amphibian. Add Orange as needed to insure the crickets always have access to the food. If the food becomes spoiled in the cricket cage, it should be removed to prevent the spread of bacteria and fungi.


GUARANTEED ANALYSIS


Below Expressed as % of final product

Crude Protein not less than 3.5%
Crude Fat not less than 0.1%
Crude Fiber not more than 0.5%
Moisture not more than 92%
Calcium not less than 560 ppm


INGREDIENTS

Water, Carageenan, Soya Protein, Dried Brewer's Yeast, Dried Kelp, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium, Sorbate, Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid, Yellow #6 Food Color



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Product Reviews

(18 Ratings, 7 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Didn't touch
Alex Menke (Charlotte, NC) 10/22/2013 7:05 PM
My crickets did not touch this product. Some supposably will, some won't. I wouldn't risk it. Stick to the high cal diet.
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Buy the Hi Cal Cricket Diet instead
Kristen Lambert (Warren, TX) 6/10/2013 12:15 AM
I switched from the Orange Cube diet to the Hi Cal Cricket Diet and Cricket Quencher and have had almost ZERO crickets die. In fact, some of the 4-wk crickets survived so long that they were too big for my son's Fat-Tailed Gecko to eat! We'll be buying 3-wk old crickets this time instead!
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Didn't work.
Staycy Doolittle (Shreveport, LA) 6/11/2012 12:51 PM
I bought the Orange Cube Cricket Diet with an order of live crickets from Flucker's. The crickets would not touch it. They obviously would eat the Cricket powder and the Calcium gel, but left the Orange Cubes alone. I also tried to feed mealworms I got from Flucker's the Orange Cubes, but it does not appear that they were interested in it either. This is the first Flucker's product that I have had any "trouble" with. I have been more than satisified with all other products.
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Outstanding product
Mike Blantz (Americus, GA) 12/26/2011 8:40 AM
Have been using this product for many years. Crickets will swarm to it and eat it up. I have almost zero losses while feeding this product and my turtles and treefrogs are very healthy from the fat healthy crickets. Really don't know what the one poor review is all about, maybe not paying attention. I have great success and will continue to buy it.
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great food
Heather Drysdale (taylorville, IL) 10/27/2011 11:50 AM
My crickets live along time with very little if any death rate. the orange coloring also helps bring out the orange in my beardies skin! Love this product