Mar 27, 2021 - 04:53 PM
In Compton during the very harsh winter storms in early March, we lost electricity, and our rooms with insects that are the most susceptible to cold temperatures were nearly wiped out (crickets, Dubia, and Superworms).
Because we need many adults to breed for future generations we needed to keep all the livestock we have to grow into breeding adults.
Further, we aren't sure that the health of the remaining insects is the standard we would like as our insects are sold as food for animals and people.
As the babies we have grow, breed, and produce healthy, viable offspring we will have them for sale once again.
The breeding times and life cycle will regulate which become available first (shortest life cycle to longest): crickets, Dubia, Superworms