Red Runners & gut-load

SkittlesK

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Kamo
Can I gut-load red-runners with practically anything...?
I am using a variety of veggies for them.
It was a formulation for my bearded dragon but I decided to feed the Red-Runners because Kameo is sleeping.

And any practical advice for keeping these would be great.
I bought more thinking they would live; Really cheap feeders online.
I want to keep them alive as long as possible.
I'm trying to keep them sorta small...
 

Chris.

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Beardie name(s)
Luis
All assuming they are similar to Dubias:

I'd stick to gut-loading them with things you would want Kameo to eat as long as we are not talking about breeding them. Dubias breed really well if you feed them oranges but you do not want your dragon to eat those.

They should be really easy to keep alive. Just take a plastic container and put some egg crates in. Make sure it has plenty ventilation and feed them every couple of days with greens and oats.
 

SkittlesK

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Beardie name(s)
Kamo
I might add rolled oats or some dried oranges with the blend I already have.:blob5:
Thanks
 

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