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Bearded Dragon Food - What Should I Feed my Dragon?

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Bearded Dragon Food - What Does my Dragon Need to Eat? You want to be an amazing pet parent.  And bearded dragon food should sometimes be wiggly and nutritional.  That wiggly food often comes in the variety of live feeder insects.  Or, for the older dragons, that food can be observed as vegies and greens.  But either way, your bearded dragon can't live off a can of dog food.  And special requirements need to be taken to tnsure your bearded dragon is properly cared for.  So here are the important steps to caring for your bearded dragon's diet. Table of Contents...

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Are superworms good for bearded dragons?

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Are Superworms Good For Bearded Dragons?  If you’re new to bearded dragons, there’s a ton of research to do. Beardies are amazing pets, but they have some specific needs. As a pet owner, your number one goal is always to make sure that they’re happy and healthy. Keeping your bearded dragon happy and healthy goes a lot farther than making sure they’re fed, watered, and warm. As omnivores, bearded dragons have complex diets. Because of this, you can’t just pick one type of insect to feed them and call it good. So what should you be feeding your bearded dragon?...

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Which is the best pet snake for beginners?

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Corn Snakes vs Rosy Boas vs Milk Snakes - Which is the Best Snake for Beginners? Corn Snakes Corn snakes (Elaphe [Pantherophis] guttata) are among the most common snakes kept in captivity as pets. ‘Corns’, can reach a length up to 6 feet. They have been selectively bred for decades for their color variations, called ‘morphs’.  An astonishing variety of color morphs have been developed from the wild-type, such as amelanistic morphs which are justifiably called lavender, and even snow.  Corn snakes are primarily diurnal by habit, meaning they’re awake during the day and asleep at night, like humans, although in hot...

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How to Protect Chickens from Predators

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How To Protect Chickens From Predators Predators are always a concern when raising chickens, as they can quickly kill off the flock if they aren’t dealt with swiftly. Farmers play a substantial role in protecting chickens from predators so build your chicken coop as securely as Fort Knox. Protecting the chicken run from predators is a bit more complicated, but can be accomplished with a few simple steps. Here we will look at which predators are looking to feast on your chickens and how to minimize the risk of casualties. Which Predators Are Eyeing Up Your Chickens For An Easy...

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How to Yield Top Quality Eggs from Your Chickens

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Egg Quality - How To Yield Top-Quality Eggs (Weight, Shape, And Shell Quality) The incredible, edible egg. When most people look at an egg, they don’t even stop to consider how remarkable it is. Nature has chosen the dome-like shape for the eggshell, as it is one of the strongest structures. The eggshell, while appearing solid, contains 7,000 to 17,000 pores that enable gas exchange. Surrounding the calcium-rich eggshell is a thin layer known as the cuticle that acts as a barrier to both water and bacteria. Top-quality eggs have a strong, thick eggshell with about 2 grams of calcium...

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