Just wondered if someone can tell me where to buy the cheapest live mealworms?
Wanted to use maggots but found out they carry disease?
Apparently dried mealworms are not very nutritious at all
Really appreciate any help
Hi, I can't answer your question directly, but they are extremely easy to breed. What I did was get one batch, then keep a few of them til adulthood (doesn't take long). Only two issues is you need to stop them eating the pupae, and you also need a safe storage place like an aquarium. They're almost free then as they eat most veg type waste. Rob
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