Our Dubia roaches are in excellent health and arrive at your door packed with nutrients for your animal(s). However, they need your help to maintain their good health and nutrition if you keep them longer than a couple weeks before feeding them to your animals. Our care sheet describes how to maintain Dubia roach feeders in tip-top shape in a few easy steps.
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Dubia roaches are high protein feeders, but this doesn’t mean they need a high protein diet. In fact, too much can kill them. This article will help you choose a protein level that keeps your Dubia roach feeders nutritious and your breeders productive throughout their entire breeding lives.
Want to know where Dubia roaches fit in compared to other feeders? Get insect nutrition information for 20 of the most popular feeder insects as well as in-depth, head-to-head comparisons between them and the Dubia roach. Topics of comparison include ease of care and keeping, feeding, breeding, and more.
There are a lot of reasons why Dubia roaches should be at the top of your list of feeder insects. Here are 20 of them. In broad terms, they’re good for the animals that eat them and easy on the people who keep them.
A widely-held belief is that Dubia roach nymphs grow faster in their own enclosure after being removed from breeding colonies. But is this true? A study found that nymphs grow both faster and bigger in the presence of adults as opposed to isolation. Read this post for details…
Sea sponges are a natural, chemical-free way to provide water for Dubia roaches. Household sponges, on the other hand, are made from polyurethane and contain pesticides. Get more tips and tricks to safely and effectively using sea sponges inside roach enclosures here.