Good Feeders in Michigan

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Rampagingraptor

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Wasn't sure if I should post this here instead of the feeder forum, but I figured I might as well. Feel free to move.
Does anyone know of any good places to get crickets, dubias, etc online? Can't really order from anywhere too far because the heat pads usually last only two days from what I hear and they can't make it all they way here.
 

Taterbug

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Depends on where you order I guess. There are heat pads for shipping animals that last 3days and most bug vendors ship overnight or two day. ABdragons (eBay seller) is in Ohio I think so delivery may be quicker since they are close.
 

Rampagingraptor

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Yeah, that looks like it will be a great supplier! Doesn't really look like they supply crickets, though. Kind of like having a bit of both so she can hunt as well, but this is definitely a great start.
 

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Rampagingraptor":xfg6ir3l said:
Yeah, that looks like it will be a great supplier! Doesn't really look like they supply crickets, though. Kind of like having a bit of both so she can hunt as well, but this is definitely a great start.
Some pet stores will add customer bulk orders to their shipments (saves you on shipping) if you special order. Wouldn't hurt to call local pet stores (especially smaller ones) and see.
 
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