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Hey guys, dont be shy to send me a message if you have any questions!
I am responding to you guys right now sorry for the delay! If you keep the temperature high enough with a closed lid the earth should remain moist enough until hatch time. Same principle as plants when germinate them. So I don't see the need to mist unless you notive the earth drying out.
Awesome video! I'm going to start breeding them for food for myself along with other insects. If I buy 100 or so adults how quickly can I expect them to begin breeding? Also how do you transfer the simi adults from the babies?
If you get too many crickets to feed to your pets, you can fry your crickets and eat them yourself :p
Do you need to have the lights?? (My breeding purposes are for my 2 Rosies T's and for all my friends who have animals)
So how do you clean out the cages?
Nice video. Haven't read through the comments, so this might have already been shared, but here are a few things I find that help.First, I put a screen lid on my soil containers so the crickets can lay the eggs, but can't dig them up and eat them (and make a mess scattering dirt everywhere). Second, I find that my pinheads LOVE to eat fish food flakes. They devour it! I also look for flakes high in spirulina as this will help bring out colors in the pets I am feeding (in my case, mostly some colorful tarantulas).
wont people in your area do the same now, leavin you with 20k crickets a month?
Thank you for this video. Huge help in clearing up many questions. I'm sure I can scale a breeding down to the size I need. Thanks bunches.
Can you keep the sub-adults with adults??? And How do you get the all the eggs out of the dirt to put them in the pin head box so then you can put them back so the adults can lay their eggs??
hey mate what do you do when temperature climbs over 32 degrees C? Crickets cannot survive over these conditions....... Do you have a cooling system or somethn? Cheers
What kind of soil do you use for the ground and the boxes?
Where you from? I need 1000 crickets.
How do you incubate your eggs?? Do you use a light, heat cord or what?? Thanks
Breeding my own but flip out when they jump on me
Love the no B.S. approach. Thanks man.
Are you still in buisness?
is there a certain type of soil you use?
I am wondering about the noise levels with raising crickets? Can you hear them chirping outside of your basement? Do they chirp 24/7? Thanks?
Just a thought dont call me stupid but would you think getting screen and lets say 3"-4" from the entire bottom of tub and fill it up with water right underneath the screen so while you have you tub closed up with the light on it will create moisture in the bin and help with moisture?
What sound do they make for breeding
a few questions. Will the crickets eat the eggs? Do many of your crickets die? How old can they start to breed? cheers mate
I once used cosmetic sponges for the crickets to drink from and they laid their eggs in it! I kept re wetting the sponge so I guess it kept the eggs wet and I only found out the eggs were in there when I tried to squeeze the sponge and felt all these little grains in them....kinda gross but I put the sponge in a separate tub and they hatched out.
so the semi adults have the "incubators" in them as well but sealed?
what do you use them for
I have a Haitian tree frog and a green anole But There is a pet store right beside my house.
how do you separate the eggs?? and how do you even know when they're laid? thanks in advance! :)
Hey how do you cut the big squares in the plastic lids?
how did you cut and screw the mesh wire on the Rubbermaid top?
Hello, My name is David M. from Laval, QC. I would greatly appreciate if I could get in touch with you. I find this video extremely fascinating. Thanks, David M.
that is good
I like this video man u sugar coat shit yo u keep it 100!! Thanks for the tips bro and keep it up good work.
You showed that the eggs were hatching in the adult bin with no kids on them. Do u put the kids on them at any point or are they not needed, and if you do put them on, do you leave them in with the adults till they are ready to hatch or put them in with the pinheads till they hatch? Also the lid with the light you made, is that normally on the sub adults or is that normally on top of the pin heads?
What temprature do you keep the hatching cage at and what light bulb do you use
This method works great I have way more crickets then I thought I would thanks for posting this.
Thanks for the help!
how long does it take for the crickets to grow up like adult bcz pinheads are to small for my geckos
This was actually vary useful, cause soon I will be getting a bearded dragon, and I've been looking for ways to keep up a food source for my soon-to-be pet I have about 2-3 weeks before I get the bearded dragon, so in that time I'm looking for a cheap tank and ways for food and taking care of it, my friend owns Australian bearded dragons who have just laid their eggs and he's ganna give me one of them, I'm extremely excited lol
Dude this is great! I'm totally going to start breeding my own crickets. Thanks for the upload!
How can I buy crickets from you any links or location ??
do you need to keep misting the soil once they've begun to hatch? my eggs have hatched (hundreds) in the laybox in the incubator but alot of the crickets seem to like to hang out under the soil. Just wanted to know if I needed to keep misting the laybox soil the babies are on, or is it okay to let it dry out?
Still selling crickets?
Where in montreal are you? And do you sell smaller amounts, like 12-24 1/4" crickets? I'm not ready to start breeding them myself yet, I just need a few to feed my anole and pet stores are super $$$
Yes I am but I'm in Montreal Quebec and I don't think it would be really worth it
I have no desire to breed crickets but for some reason this video was very entertaining.
Yay at least I'm not the only one that first was into aquariums then switched to reptiles!! ;D
Is sand ok for the laying boxes?
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