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I've read in many places that you should change your bearded dragon's diet when he or she gets older. I've read in a few places that once a bearded dragon is an adult, it's supposed to become more focused on their salad, with lower amounts of large crickets or other feeders, and less frequent supplements.
Could anyone suggest a good balance for an adult and when/how to transition from a previous diet, or tell me if this information is wrong? My bearded dragon is currently a juvenile, 11 months old. Most sources I've read say adult age is usually 1 1/2 years. I currently feed him 7 large crickets dusted with calcium in the morning and evening and a salad throughout the day, which usually contains kale and/or collard greens yellow squash, and often it will include some amount of apple, banana, mango, berries, cactus pear, bell peppers, carrots, or tomato. I'm also about to introduce him to cactus pad.