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Use of Orange Cube will drastically reduce your number of drowned, dehydrated, and nutrient deficient crickets. see all
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DarkPrincessCrow I used to feed my crickets fresh vegetables and wheat bread but it was always such a hassle to make sure I had vegetables for the crickets, to make sure the vegetables didn't go bad before i needed to chop more up, plus they whithered up really fast in the cricket cage and i always had about half of my crickets die on me. One day while getting crickets i seen the Orange cubes and decided to give them a try. They do dry out pretty quickly but I've had a lot less crickets die in the cage and the orange smell is way better than the smell of drying vegetables any day! Plus my gecko is doing wonderfully so they must not be too bad!

aurorajen This product is great except for the fact that it dries out really fast. So I asked the guy at Petco what I can do about it and he said if you put water underneath it in a yogurt lid or something very, very shallow (i used the bottom of a paper dixie cup) it will help keep it moist longer since it will absorb the water before it gets too dry. Its truely a greate product and I would recommend it to anyone with a cricket eating pet.

Elisheva I bought this for the crickets my frogs eat. The crickets came with a green ""food cube"" in the package, but since it had rolled around and killed a bunch of crickets which were now plastered to it, I bought this stuff for them. Within 10 seconds of putting it in the container, the crickets had gathered on it and started eating. None of them are interested in the original ""food cube"" now. The orange smell is pleasant, too.

MatthewC I bought this for the crickets my frogs eat. The crickets came with a green ""food cube"" in the package, but since it had rolled around and killed a bunch of crickets which were now plastered to it, I bought this stuff for them. Within 10 seconds of putting it in the container, the crickets had gathered on it and started eating. None of them are interested in the original ""food cube"" now. The orange smell is pleasant, too.

Frack well none of my crickets will even go near this stuff, it does smell nice, but other than that I see no use for it. Also when I took it out to clean the cage there were alot of larvae of some kind growing in the cubes. Perhaps it might be good for fruit flys.

ErinAnimalLover My crickets like it, but it dries out very quickly... I would recomend cutting the pieces in half, so you don't waste any. It is a little expensive, so I would recomend getting the powder-like food instead. It doesn't go bad that fast.

Roho This product was not very good. It smelled strongly and horrendously. It dries out very quickly, dehydrating the crickets. Crickets also appear to not like the taste of it and do not eat it often. I would not suggest it.

Necro My Crickets kept dieing before my frog eat them so, i bought Fluckers orange cube complete cricket diet. My crickets were living much much longer.

monkeytechahoo husband likes this because it's easy to feed his cricket tank w/o major excapes.

tkba I am using this as diet/moisture for my mealworms instead of potatoes or other food scraps. They LOVE it! It also makes me feel better about them being gut loaded prior to feeding them as snacks to my bearded dragons and skink.



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Fluker’s 6 oz Orange Cube Complete Cricket Diet

Use of Orange Cube will drastically reduce your number of drowned, dehydrated, and nutrient deficient crickets.
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