I've been breeding dubia roaches for about 3 years pretty successfully to feed my various reptiles, however I got married 2 years ago and now have a 10-month old baby and we quickly ran out of room in our small house. I had to re-home all of my lizards and frogs and now I am stuck with a 18-gallon tub of Dubia Roaches that I don't have anything to feed them to or time to tend to them. At this point, I haven't been able to keep up with cleaning/maintaining so there are quite a few roach carcasses in the bottom of the tote along with thousands of live and healthy dubia roaches.

These roaches have been fed roach chow made by this guy on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Roach-Chow-S...oAAMXQeW5TYryJ so they should be very healthy food for anyone's lizards.

I am willing to give the tote away to anyone free of charge but the hangup is you'll obviously have to pick it up. I am located in Davenport, IA so if anyone in the Quad Cities area wants some roaches, let me know!