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Meal Worms

Meal Worms

Regular price $10.50 CAD
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Mealworms can be a nutritious and valuable addition to a poultry diet. They are high in protein and fat, making them a good source of energy for chickens and other poultry. Feeding mealworms to your poultry can provide them with extra nutrients and variety in their diet.

Available in 750 g bag

Here are a few things to keep in mind when feeding mealworms to poultry:

  1. Quality and source: Ensure that the mealworms you provide to your poultry are from a reliable source and of good quality. You can either purchase them from a reputable supplier or consider raising your own mealworms.

  2. Feeding method: Mealworms can be fed to poultry in various ways. You can offer them as treats, mix them with regular feed, or use them as a supplement. You can scatter them on the ground or use feeders specifically designed for mealworms.

  3. Moderation: While mealworms are beneficial for poultry, they should be fed in moderation. Too many mealworms can unbalance the overall diet of the birds. As a guideline, mealworms should generally make up no more than 10% of the poultry's daily diet.

  4. Variety: It's essential to provide a balanced diet to your poultry, even when incorporating mealworms. Mealworms should complement a well-rounded diet consisting of grains, seeds, fruits, vegetables, and a complete poultry feed formulated specifically for their needs.

  5. Hygiene: Ensure that the mealworms and any containers or feeders used for feeding them are clean and free from contaminants. Proper hygiene practices are crucial to maintain the health of your poultry.

Remember to observe your poultry closely when introducing any new food to their diet. Some birds may take time to adjust to mealworms or any other treats. It's always a good idea to consult with a poultry nutritionist or veterinarian for specific dietary recommendations based on the breed, age, and health status of your poultry.

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