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    Repashy Bug Burger - Anyone used it?

    My store recently got in a huge pack of Repashy stuff thanks to the other guy working on the reptile section (it was him and I that originally got the reptile section started off in the store, it's still relatively young ) who is really into geckos and such, so has a huge love for Repashy products. He ordered in their Bug Burger (gut load and water source all in one), and I figured I'd get a jar and try it out.

    So all that to say, I want to know what anybody who's tried it has to say about it? I know Repashy's quite good, just wondering if there are any tips to make it better, etc.
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    I acquired some at the San Diego reptile show as a free sample. I fed it to some crickets and it lasted a very long time, surprisingly. The insects seemed to love it. I know Allen Repashy does extensive research on the products he puts out before they are dispersed to the general public. I would use it on a regular basis for my roach colony if they didn't eat so much, I have found it cheaper and more than adequate to make my own dry food mix, provide left over crested gecko diet, as well as fresh fruits and veggies. For someone that just wants to gut load their insects I'd highly recommend it, Allen makes some great stuff!
    Specializing in Ball Pythons, New Caledonian Geckos, and African Fat Tails


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