New Insect Breeding Methods which have Slashed Time and Effort !!



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Specializing In Crickets And Cockroaches

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Specializing In Crickets And Cockroaches

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WildlifeHub has been training and breeding insects for private and commercial use for over 13 years to: zoos, wildlife carer groups, pet stores, exotic pet owners and the public. Over this time we have tried conventional methods and then developed our own unique methods through trial and experimentation. The result is smarter low maintenance, consistent and productive breeding methods for both private and commercial applications.

For instance…. do you know why crickets used to be the hardest species to keep with 98% of people giving up after a few months….yet they are prolific and easy breeders? The reason is simple….breeding crickets is easy, the hard bit is continuing with a laborious maintenance schedule (daily spraying, moving crickets between containers, cleaning, feeding etc.). To complete the failure cycle, most colonies then collapse from disease and pests due to lack of maintenance…

Our new methods have made breeding Crickets one of the easiest feeder insect species to keep as they:

  • Only require one container (not 8 like conventional methods);
  • Needs no active management (No spraying, no rotating crickets etc);
  • Collects waste for you;
  • Food/ water dispensers that attends to your insects for 7-14 days or more;
  • Requires only 3 minutes’ maintenance every 7-14 days (less time than standing in line at the pet store)
  • Each 20 Gallon (70 L) breeding container can produce one container of adult crickets from a pet store each week.
  • The average 2 child family can produce enough scrap vegies to feed 4 breeding containers, which is enough crickets to feed 4-12 bearded dragons (depending of feeding rate).
  • That’s around $1400/year (Au) you are currently throwing away!!.

The reality is that crickets can now be bred with less time than standing in line at your pet store…and with the same effort and consistency as cockroaches and meal worms.

Well with less effort actually, as we have greatly reduce the maintenance and effort of keeping these species also!!

This is a significant development for wildlife enthusiasts who can now breed all three species with ease. Given that one bearded dragon can life for decades the savings can be substantial.

Our books and videos are considered to be the benchmark for insect breeders and are now being used around the world to start or improve businesses. Many of our clients have attributed them to as "the driving force" behind the relatively new and booming "insects for human consumption" industry.

If you would like to learn methods which will save you time, money and effort, then join up to our free insect breeding training courses.

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The Complete Cricket Breeding Manual - Review

I was very glad to say good bye to the old methods which you have to continually spray every day. These new methods really make cricket breeding so much easier. The books 9 chapters cover every aspect of cricket breeding you can think about, and the hundreds of photos really make the process really easy to understand and build. I have since added additional containers which has really cut down the amount of feed I buy for my 100 geckoes, monitors and dragons. This book is not a literature review of existing methods, it really is a complete overhaul. The author is really approachable, and I have no problems contacting him when I have a question. If you want to save money, this book is a must for every reptile owner.

Justin Hodges
Founder/author of the herphouse facebook page

The Complete Cockroach Breeding Manual- Review

I achieved my goal of breeding more cockroaches with less effort and smells. The book has a number of methods which makes managing and breeding cockroaches easier. I started with just a few containers, but plan to expand to 16 or more containers now the cleaning and feeding is streamlined. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who want to streamline how they breed cockroaches.

Justin Hodges
Founder/author of the herphouse facebook page