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Zower 10 lbs Natural Meally Worms-Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae,Rich-Protein Scratch Treats with Over 85X More Calcium Than Dried Mealworms for Chicken,Egg Laying hens,Birds,Amphibians and Reptiles

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  • 100% Safe Natural Wholesome BSF Larvae:
    NON-GMO,No Preservative,No Additives and Dust-free.SUPER RICH ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS: 43-50% protein, 29-32% healthy fat, 3-5% Calcium, phosphorus, fiber, lysine.
  • Boots Immune System and Egg Production With High Protein Intake:
    Affordable food source for Chickens, Ducks,Gooses,turkeys,Sugar Gliders, Hedgehogs and Reptiles along with others small animals.
    Healthier feathers&Help molting birds regain energy and resume laying eggs.Promote strong eggshells, prevent egg blinding or egg deformation with rich calcium.
    Its a smart investment!
  • Excellent Treats for Attracting Wildbirds:
    Tons of amazon feedback show that Bluebirds, Wrens, Robins, Chickadees, Woodpeckers, Cardinals, Tufted Titmouse, Mockingbirds love dried larvae.
    Attract beautiful birds to visit your backyard frequently.
    Time to make your neighbor jealous!
  • Solid Container Box With Firm Resealable Bag:
    Keep dried larvae intact. Resealable zip bags help maintain the crispness and flavor. Won't spoil, no need for refrigeration. Easy to handle,Simply scatter onto the ground, Flock will go crazy for our bsfl!
  • Environmental Friendly&Sustainable for the Planet:
    Zower Grubsnack larvae are raised with food waste, and the excrement becomes organic fertilizer .for plants

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Sharing Happiness! My whole family enjoys fresh, healthy, and delicious eggs from our backyard for breakfast every morning. One morning, my 5 year-old daughter said “I want to give our hens a special treat, I want to give them as much happiness as they give us”. Two months later, a friend who is a university professor gave us small bags of dried BSF larvae, and the flock party just loved those delicious bug bites!!!

So why don’t we share this happy chicken treats for hens with the whole world at the most competitive price! What are BSF Larvae? BSF larvae are the larval stage of the black soldier flies (Hermetia illucens ), also named phoenix worms,species of darkling beetles with four distinct stages of life: egg-larva-pupa-adult. Grubsnack BSF larvae are raised in monitored facilities under clean environment.They are fed with mixture of wheat, grain, corn, and vegetables.

The dehydrated worms are then processed and packaged by automatic machines to ensure state-of-the-art quality. A team of dedicated professionals manages and supervises the entire operation to guarantee our customers amazing quality. What makes us different? BSF larvae are proved to contain 85 times more calcium than chubby mealworms. Our larvae are 100% natural, organic, and safe. We raise all the black soldier flies with love & care. We offer dried larvae at competitive prices!

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