Are your roaches reproducing slowly or not at all? Are you having other production problems with a breeder colony? While Dubia roaches are extraordinarily healthy feeders, the trade-off is that they can be fussy and slow to multiply. Get help identifying and fixing common Dubia roach breeding problems.
Information About Dubia Roach Care
Information about caring for Dubia roaches the right way, with emphasis on two main areas: environment and diet. Whether nymphs or adults, breeders or feeders, large or small, young or old, there's a lot of information here that you can use to feed, house, maintain, grow, and even breed breed Dubia roaches.
All the information you need to breed and raise vigorous, productive Dubia roaches. Includes important considerations about planning your colony, set-up issues and advice, and tips and techniques to quickly grow a small Dubia breeding colony into one large enough to provide a steady supply of healthy, nutritious feeders.
Our Dubia roaches arrive at your door packed with good nutrition and excellent health. However, if you don’t feed them off in a week or so, their nutritional value and health will begin to decline. You can prevent this decline and keep your Dubia roach feeders nutritious for your animals in just a few easy steps. This post shows you how!
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.
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.
This guide will help you decide which hydration method is best for you and your colony. It’s a lengthy, in-depth article, but in the end the decision will be simple when you understand the available methods, why each of them works, and what their relative advantages and disadvantages are.