Breeding Crickets As Feeder Insects contains
everything you need to know about breeding you own crickets on a
non-commercial scale, but due to the current gap in the market and need,
I've also included a lot of basic principles of commercial breeding.
Topics such as breeding (step-by-step), feeding, dusting, gut loading,
temperature regulation, economics and biology is discussed in full, but
easy to understand details. The book also contains two easy-preparable
dry cricket gut loading recipes and a easy to prepare maintenance recipe
for optimum cricket health and breeding.
Due to the popular demand this book is already in its third edition.
Feedback from previous clients implemented a few changes that made an
overall improvement and an even better reason to have this book.
By Renier Delport (on Google)
Format: A4 eBook
30 Full-colour Photos & 2 Illustrations
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Why Order This eBook (a message from the author):
"I feel that it is unnecessary for Leopard gecko keepers to
pay unnecessary high prices for crickets if the only thing
that stands in the way of breeding their own is in fact
knowledge. The main objective with this eBook is to make
lizard keeping more affordable and accessible (especially in
South Africa). There is no use in keeping lizards in areas
where there is no food or where it is merely impossible to
get hold off. The price you pay for this book is simply not
comparable to the initial costs of trial and error breeding
methods. This book will also save you a lot of money in
buying crickets as food. The secondary objective is to
increase the popularity of Leopard geckos, not only in the
trade, but also as common household pets.
Keeping & Breeding Crickets As Feeder Insects is not only
intended for people interested in commercial cricket
breeding, but also for those who only wants to feed their
private lizard collection. There are a lot of resources out
there on the topic of cricket breeding, especially on the
internet, but none of them explains the process in full
details (step-by-step), sometimes needed for the final
touch. Some people claim that the process is easy, but more
than one came back to me to get "the secret". It is not a
secret, but it is becoming a science. This book is based on
my own breeding experience and methods. You don't need a lot
of space to breed your own crickets. What is more is that
the input costs for increasing cricket production will rise
according to production and is not fixed, meaning that you
can breed according to need, and not to cover initial
"This is your guarantee to successful cricket breeding!"