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Ordering Live Crickets On The Internet

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Internet Critters You can find nearly anything on the internet.  From thermometers, to epoxy coatings, to fence contractors, all the way to cricket breeders.  And that's what we specialize in; breeding crickets. Our cricket operations has been in business longer than many of us can remember.  And before we even had the opportunity to sell crickets through the world wide web, we were slinging crickets through local flea markets and offering them to pet stores.   But there's a reason we don't do that any more.  And it's because we're able to provide better service and crickets through the mail....

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Live Crickets For Sale - How To Identify Cricket Gender

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How to Identify the Gender of Crickets Just a friendly reminder that we do have live crickets for sale.  But, if you’re breeding crickets, you might have found yourself wondering how to tell which ones are males and females. Perhaps you want to breed only the largest crickets in order to work on creating your own strain of selectively bred super crickets that will take over the world when you’re done, or you might just want to put the males in the garage for a while in order to avoid their singing. Read on and we’ll show you how you...

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How to Keep your Red Wigglers, Crickets, Euro Nightcrawlers, Mealworms, and Superworms alive during the HEAT

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How to Keep Your Bugs and Pinhead Crickets Alive Through Blazing Summers Remember, we have red wiggler worms for sale.  But, not all of us who raise crickets (like Ghanns crickets for Flukers crickets) or red wigglers have the perfect climate, and they can be quite sensitive to temperatures. Keeping things in the ideal range will ensure that your bugs are still breeding properly, stay healthy, and in extreme cases staying alive. We’re here to show you a few simple ways that you can maintain your hobby in even the most extreme climates. How Hot is Too Hot? The temperatures...

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