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    Default New to cricket breeding

    So since I got into breeding geckos and I can't buy crickets here, I have to order them and they can't ship in this -45 *C weather... I'm worried about running out of food for my little guys so I decieded to breed...

    I Made my set up like this

    http://s907.photobucket.com/user/bon...83160.jpg.html




    I came back the next day to see the females kinda digging in the moist dirt so I took a video of it... Is this a good sign?


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    Yes, it's likely they are laying eggs in the dirt. Good luck with breeding the crickets!
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    Good luck… Are roaches available or allowed in your area? They are much cleaner and easier to breed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aalbertson3 View Post
    Good luck… Are roaches available or allowed in your area? They are much cleaner and easier to breed.
    No, there Illegal here in Ontario... Wish they weren't

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    Mad sure you incubate the eggs with a lid on.

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