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    Default CLarks diet: an instant success

    so i bought some clarks diet in daytona. figured id give it a try. gave it to my colony tonight and it was an instant success. some of the juvies jumped on it instantly, but everyone did eventualy did take a good amount . it does smell really good. i was even tempted to try some. i think i will be using this alot more, its alot easier than mixing fresh fruit.
    i would deffinetly recomend this as some good stuff.

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    I hope my shipment gets in soon.
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    Yep, I picked some up as well. I hope mine lap it up!

    It does smell delicious.
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    Both Clark and I appreciate the kind words guys, I really think he has hit upon a winner with this stuff, Ill be posting the details of the nutritional analysis soon!

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    is clarks diet like cgd? having all the minerals and such

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    It's better in my opinion. My guys would never eat the cgd and they lost weight. However, they chow this stuff down and now are fat and happy. (Oh, and everything you need is in there.)
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    ohh this stuff soudns nice.. my gekocs already chow down their cgd but i guess ill try out clarks as well in the near future

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    i asked calrk if it was meant as a meal replacment and he said what i have always thougt basicaly that nothing should replace their natural hunting habits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max power
    i asked calrk if it was meant as a meal replacment and he said what i have always thougt basicaly that nothing should replace their natural hunting habits.
    Exactly!

    However, this diet does have all the nutrients and minerals/vitamins etc. to comprise a solid base for a captive diet, much like the cgd.

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    Yah Im going to see if I can get some of this stuff.
    SWEET and SOUR like a TANGERINE fresh like a box of KRISPYKREMES!!!!!Powerful words for 3 Mc's and one Dj (Beastie boys)!!!!!!!

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