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Crude Proteins (min) 52%
Crude Fat (min) 20%
Crude Fiber (max) 10%

Amazon Customer
· May 20, 2020
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I wonder if your local feed store or pet supply might have them?
Mumzeebee
· May 15, 2022
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The bag is sealed so yes before you open i dont see a problem .but to get worms wet i would think not a good idea
PAUL RUSSELL
· May 17, 2019
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Protein & amino acids. I tried to find a link that wasn't trying to sell their product, but that's hard to do. You can find other links.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.countryliving.com/life/kids-pets/news/amp39370/what-to-feed-chickens/

Fleabait
· May 25, 2019
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No idea but the same as I got at TSC last fall only cheaper
David S.
· June 3, 2020
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I can't explain the poorly worded description. It does appear to be written by a non-native English speaker. I purchased this product for my chickens because my local feed mill was out of dried meal worms. There was no discernable difference between this brand and the brand I normally buy at the feed mill. There was no… see more I can't explain the poorly worded description. It does appear to be written by a non-native English speaker. I purchased this product for my chickens because my local feed mill was out of dried meal worms. There was no discernable difference between this brand and the brand I normally buy at the feed mill. There was no difference between this brand and the brand I buy with regards to how many worms my chickens consumed. I do not have any specific concerns regarding feed for my chickens as I am not a certified organic farmer nor do I sell my eggs to the public. So I did not hesitate to purchase this food item for them. My chickens loved them. see less I can't explain the poorly worded description. It does appear to be written by a non-native English speaker. I purchased this product for my chickens because my local feed mill was out of dried meal worms. There was no discernable difference between this brand and the brand I normally buy at the feed mill. There was no difference between this brand and the brand I buy with regards to how many worms my chickens consumed. I do not have any specific concerns regarding feed for my chickens as I am not a certified organic farmer nor do I sell my eggs to the public. So I did not hesitate to purchase this food item for them. My chickens loved them.
RAL
· January 4, 2021
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Yes, they are from America.
Gwen
· April 1, 2019
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Not sure if I know, as I've been ordering these mealworms for several years now, and never have had anything other than dried mealworms in the bags. However, I also always have live mealworms that I keep for my chickens, and one of the things you have to provide them with to keep them alive are small chunks of potatoe… see more Not sure if I know, as I've been ordering these mealworms for several years now, and never have had anything other than dried mealworms in the bags. However, I also always have live mealworms that I keep for my chickens, and one of the things you have to provide them with to keep them alive are small chunks of potatoes, which they use for moisture. As the potatoes dry up, they do become very hard and do look like gobs of clay. Perhaps they weren't sorted out before your bag was packed? Hope this helps. see less Not sure if I know, as I've been ordering these mealworms for several years now, and never have had anything other than dried mealworms in the bags. However, I also always have live mealworms that I keep for my chickens, and one of the things you have to provide them with to keep them alive are small chunks of potatoes, which they use for moisture. As the potatoes dry up, they do become very hard and do look like gobs of clay. Perhaps they weren't sorted out before your bag was packed? Hope this helps.
Karen Copeland
· June 7, 2021