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    Default Waxworm breeding kits

    Wanted to share this with you all. This is just great! Go to this site http://www.waxwormkit.com/ and check them out yourselves. With the cold weather upon alot of us, getting anything live through the winter months is impossible. I was searching and found this site. I raise my own mealies but from what I have read wax worms are almost impossible to breed........not! This product sounds promising and I just placed my order.
    I will let you all know how it goes. Looks like I might be giving alot away too.

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    how did it go????

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    Sounds interesting even though two of our members Snakegirl and Stuart149 (I think that's the name) have created tutorials on breeding your own waxworms so you don't exactly have to spend $25-$30 on a kit when you can just go down their list and buy the ingredients locally saving the cash. Both have been successful with breeding they just take FOREVER to breed and hatch.

    Snakegirl in the past has sold breeding kits aswell but I can't remember if waxworms were included but I know she had mealworms, supers and roaches a few months ago.
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    Update on the waxworms................I have hundreds! Very easy, it paid for itself already on the first run.

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    What exactly do you feed waxworms, i buy them in small quantities and ive always wondered exactly what or if i should be feeding them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LizMarie View Post
    Sounds interesting even though two of our members Snakegirl and Stuart149 (I think that's the name) have created tutorials on breeding your own waxworms so you don't exactly have to spend $25-$30 on a kit when you can just go down their list and buy the ingredients locally saving the cash. Both have been successful with breeding they just take FOREVER to breed and hatch.

    Snakegirl in the past has sold breeding kits aswell but I can't remember if waxworms were included but I know she had mealworms, supers and roaches a few months ago.


    where would I find their tutorials? I am interested in wax worms just never fed them to my leos.

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