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HANDPOINT 11 lbs Dried Mealworms, 100% Non-GMO Natural High-Protein,Treats for Chicken, Fish, Bird Food(11LB)

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  • ★HIGH IN PROTEIN - Dried mealworms. Hens need a tremendous amount of protein to lay eggs and also to create new feathers during their molt. Our mealworms are an excellent way to increase your animals' protein intake! Mealworms are an essential source of proteins & nutrients for Chickens, Birds, Duck, Geese, Reptiles, Turtles, Hedgehogs, etc.
  • ★ EASY TO STORE & KEEP FRESH - Our mealworms are BIG, THICK, and JUICY. Packaged in a zip lock bag that keeps them fresh, easy to reseal. No refrigeration required. you can store our mealworms for up to 12 months in a cool, dry space without the need of refrigeration.
  • ★100% NATURAL-NON-GMO - Our mealworms receive a well-monitored diet of grains, vegetables and cereals, were harvested with no preservatives and additives. Have a piece of mind when feeding your animals with our high-energy all-natural product.
  • ★ BOOSTS IMMUNE SYSTEM & IMPROVES HEALTH - Our mealworms contain essential source of nutrients for baby chickens and other birds, especially in winter time. They are also fantastic for fish, hedgehogs, turtles, and a variety of hard-to attract wild birds.
  • ★100% COMPLETE SATISFACTION - For any reason you order our mealworms, we granteen your animals will be happy and your money is worth it. If for ANY reason you or your pet not satisfied with your purchase, we guarantees 100% easy hassle free return within 30 days after purchase for FULL REFUND or exchange with no questions asked!

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EXCELLENT SOURCE OF PROTEIN Protein is an essential part of any living creatures diet, especially chickens. Help your chooks grow their feathers back in no time During moulting season, which generally occurs throughout autumn and spring, it’s essential that every chicken owner boosts their flock’s protein intake in one way or another. Mealworms are an especially good choice, as they are a dense source of protein, which will help your chooks grow their feathers back in no time. It’s also important to note that your flock’s Nutrients will be reduced throughout moulting season, so it’s imperative that you fortify their diet with some tasty mealworms, to help them through this difficult season.Naturally, when your chicken has enough protein in their diet, they’ll be able to produce eggs at their peak.

WHEN/ HOW TO FEED MEALWORMS? It is preferable to feed these treats between daylight hours up until an hour before dark. To lessen rodents do not supply any more than could be consumed by your flock within 10 minutes. Choose a feeding method that is convenient for you. You may sprinkle on the ground so that your wild birds can forage for them. Or place them on a table for easy bird watching.You can also mix the mealworms with seed in your bird feeder to provide a natural alternative when insects are too hard to find. bird food,wild bird food,pet bird food,bird treats,bird food treats,treats for Chickens,mealworms,11lbs mealworms,mealworms 5lbs dried,mealworms for chickens,mealworms for birds

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