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FLYGRUBS Superior to Dried Mealworms for Chickens (5lb) - 85X More Calcium Than Live mealworms - Non-GMO Chicken Feed - BSFL Treats for Hens, Ducks, Turkeys, Wild Birds, Turtles, Quails

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  • CHICKENS LOVE THESE: To encourage natural feeding behavior simply scatter on the ground. Your girls will go crazy for Flygrubs. Ducks, bluebirds, birds, turtles, fish & hamsters also love Flygrubs.
  • MORE ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS THAN MEALWORMS: black soldier fly larvae grubbies for chicken have 85X more calcium than dried meal worms, 36-42% protein, 25-30% healthy fat, phosphorus, fiber, lysine & dietary fat.
  • STURDY BOX WITH RESEALABLE BAG: Enjoy full-size grubs instead of broken worms. Much easier to handle than live mealworms for chickens & superior to freeze-dried mealworms for birds. Keeps your dried worms for chicken in pristine condition!
  • HEALTHIER FEATHER PRODUCTION: FLYGRUBS are affordable black soldier fly larvae treats for birds that promote stronger eggshells and help hens regain normal energy levels and egg production.
  • YOUR FLOCK WILL COME RUNNING for organic chicken food for laying hens or your MONEY BACK! No questions asked! We commit to offering only the best chicken supplies!

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DO YOU WANT A HEALTHIER TREAT FOR YOUR GIRLS? With 85x MORE CALCIUM for chickens than dried mealworms, our dried Black Soldier Fly larvae is an environmentally friendly, grain-free backyard chicken feeder supplement that your GIRLS will LOVE! A daily handful helps to promote happy hen eggs with stronger eggshells that won't break before getting to the kitchen.

Keep in mind you're giving your girls a new flygrub treat and it may take a short time before they start to LOVE them. ONLY WANT THE BEST for your hens? FLYGRUBS are NUTRIENT DENSE and contain HEALTHY FATS.

Sadly, Mealworms have no Lauric Acid and only a fraction of the calcium of FLYGRUBS. FLYGRUBS are an affordable, all-natural, premium chicken feed additive & molting supplement, that should be used in conjunction with balanced feed.

When you consider the cost of alternative protein and calcium supplements, FLYGRUBS makes sense. YOU'RE DOING YOUR PART! Our grub worms are a renewable feed additive raised on traceable per-consumed food waste, such as fruits, vegetables, and grains, that would otherwise go to a landfill. We turn human food waste into organic chicken feed and hen treats, to help reduce greenhouse gas! Landfills produce methane and negatively affects the climate about 20x worse than carbon dioxide and studies show as low as 3% of food waste is recycled worldwide!

THE EARTH THANKS YOU! We are an American run business. We work very closely with our farms, farmers and labs, to raise safe, healthy, FDA Approved and affordable chicken treats for hens. Unlike brands selling meal worms for bluebirds and chicken scratch feed, FLYGRUBS comes in a resealable bag that's carefully packed into a carton box to guarantee you don't receive broken and small pieces!. 100% Satisfaction or your Money Back Guarantee!

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