pannaking22 Posted April 6, 2016 Share Posted April 6, 2016 This is more out of curiosity than anything, but when you provide your roaches with dry food (oats, protein, etc.), do you give them enough to be eaten within a couple days or do you give them a ton and let them eat it over time? I know that a ton isn't an option with roaches that need a higher humidity, but what about the ones that can be kept on the drier side? The reason I ask is because in the "secret" roach room at the university, all the roach cans have cups with several pieces of milk bone(?) or something along that line. It's never fully eaten and I think the person caring for the roaches just sort of tops the cup off every time he goes in. Since the species are all kept dry mold and mites aren't an issue, but if it isn't really being eaten anyway I almost feel like it's a waste to throw a bunch of food in there that isn't going to really be eaten. All the colonies are doing really well and have been for several years so it must be working. Thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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