Everyone can do their part to make the environment a better and lasting place for all. Even the smallest steps taken can make a huge impact. If you’re looking for a way to help stop climate change, here are a few lifestyle changes to take into consideration.
Post written by Neil Stawski
Many have wondered why all the dubia are out of stock?
Currently, I am saving dubia to expand! Last year we had 67 bins! This year our goal is to reach 134 bins by the end of the year. Doubling our bins allows us to supply double the customers with roaches!
As we are looking to supply everyone, expansion is a must! I have approximately 5,000 square feet of warehouse I am working on filling.
In the mean time, I am selling small amounts to keep everyone happy and their reptiles fed.
As always questions, comments, and concerns are always welcome. As well as recommendations!
Today’s topic is about roaches that can be legally owned in Florida. As many of us know under state law, dubia roaches are illegal in Florida due to their ability to mass produce outside of a typical breeding tub. With Florida holding temperatures close to their natural habitats, they have the ability to reproduce. These roaches can harm the environment in several ways if this happens.
But what other roaches can be used?
If you have kids and pets, chances are, they – and you – will spend quite a bit of time outdoors when winter weather finally wanders off for the season. Protect those you love the most by doing these eight simple projects now. With a long weekend, you can make your lawn a safer place for your entire family come spring.
There are several different systems that worm farmers have used to feed their worms. From making their own "worm chow" to using old food scraps, the possibilities are endless.
When using food scraps there are a few different ways this can be done. Those interested in composting but not to an extreme extent can simply gather table scraps such as banana peels and coffee grounds.
With thousands of new gadgets, lures, spinners, and more, often people forget about the old age method of live worms. Worms are a great way to attract all types of fish.
Unlike plastic lures, they have a tasty scent to them. Once the worm hits the water, fish can smell it instantly and will begin searching for this juicy scent.
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