I'll try thatYeah like what xp29 said. Common suggestion I see are bee pollen, cilantro and fruit flavored calcium powder. When mine decides to not eat his greens I kinda leave it in there all day and not offer him insects, until it’s afternoon a couple hours before lights off and I absolutely have to feed him. Might not work for other beardies, but just keep trying
I feed them mustard leaf and just slice them to strips.Switching up presentation might help also, if your chopping them in a mixer maybe try using a pizza roller to cut up a little bigger (that how i cut mine, my guys refuse to eat greens chopped in a mixer) be careful not to get your finger tips with the roller it friggen hurts lol.
A tip we got from our reptile vet is babies don’t always eat them well. Feed the greens to your bugs. Then when the beardie eats the bugs, he gets the nutrition from the greens.Any tips guys? My 2 babies wony eat their greens. I failed as a parent
Tried putting bsfl in the green but they are picking the bsfl only
Yes. Thats system right now. When i buy veggies for my bearded dragon nothing goes to waste. Even the leftovers of my dragons i give them to my dubias and bsfl.A tip we got from our reptile vet is babies don’t always eat them well. Feed the greens to your bugs. Then when the beardie eats the bugs, he gets the nutrition from the greens.
Also known as calci worms -- phoenix worms and nutri grubsWhat is a bsfl? Sorry I’m new here. I have had pythons before but we just got our first baby beardie, then ended up having to rescue a young adult beardie from a bad spot. But not fluent in other reptiles yet.