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Date Posted: 08:07:23 02/10/08 Sun
Author: Suncrest
Author Host/IP: 66.169.90.240
Subject: Re: Mealworms vs Earthworms
In reply to: Jade 's message, "Re: Mealworms vs Earthworms" on 04:31:32 02/07/08 Thu

I give both mealworms and earthworms to my buttons, and they seem to enjoy both. I do cut large earthworms into 1/2 inch pieces so that all the birds get a piece. I have seen them eat spiders, flys, moths, grubs and even a black widow [got in to the bird room, only to get eated by my golden pearl girl, she was fine but i cant say the same for the spider]. some buttons are a lot more adventurous than others. My GP eats EVERYTHING, but my RB hen will take a piece and run around untill someone starts chasing her and trys to steal the morsel of wormy goodness. Soooo cute

Natasha

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