Repashy Grub Pie For Your Leopard Gecko

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Repashy Grub Pie is an exclusive calcium supplement for insectivorous reptiles and amphibians, available as a slurry, paste or gel. It has been successfully fed to bearded dragons, skinks, dwarf monitors and day geckos as a staple diet item as well as aquatic amphibians like salamanders and turtles.

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What is Repashy Grub Pie?

Repashy Grub Pie is a scientifically designed, well-balanced food designed to deliver big time health and performance benefits to your gecko. This formula offers plenty of protein, fats, carbohydrates and minerals that are easily palatable by all sizes of gecko palates. Perfect for indoor and outdoor environments alike, this high performance food comes in several varieties including large format single serve versions that you can fill with sand, ice cubes or water in its convenient jar – easy to open/close without damaging contents – making Repashy Grub pie ideal for busy pet parents or anyone needing a quick feed solution that they don’t have time for regular feed preparation.

What is BSFL?

Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) are a protein and calcium-rich staple food for baby bearded dragons and other reptiles. Additionally, BSFL provide essential nutrients to fish, birds and worm/grub eating pets like fish.

BSFL also manufacture BSFL frass, an organic fertilizer high in nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K). With an N-P-K value 10 times that of manure and superiority to homemade compost by 4x, this natural fertilizer is the perfect addition to your garden!

The great thing about BSFL frass is that it provides all of your plant with essential nutrition. Unlike most commercial fertilizers, which are produced in a lab, BSFL frass is composed solely of organic material fermented by microorganisms within black soldier fly larvae’s gut.

In addition to being an organic fertilizer, BSFL larvae also reduce waste and generate energy from dead flies, poop and egg leftovers. This makes BSFL production an environmentally friendly solution for waste disposal as well as an excellent way to convert organic materials into animal feed, biodiesel and chitin.

How do I feed Repashy Grub Pie?

Repashy Grub Pie is a high-protein, low-phosphorous food suitable for bearded dragons and leopard geckos. It also makes an excellent supplement to other lizards like iguanids, anoles, and skinks.

Feed as a slurry, paste or gel: you can mix it into existing gecko diets or use as a gravy topping on dry kibble diets.

This formula has been cold-pressed to remove approximately half the fat and keep protein at an ideal 55%. Furthermore, this process reduces phosphorous that could interfere with calcium absorption while improving calcium:phosphorous ratio.

This formula utilizes a proprietary technology to lock in water-soluble vitamins and nutrients for maximum stability in the gel matrix. Just mix 1 part powder to 3 parts boiling water, let cool, then pour into a mold to form the gel. You can then cut it into strips or pieces for feeding.

What are the benefits of Repashy Grub Pie?

Repashy Grub Pie is an extremely nutritious and flavorful food suitable for many lizards and amphibians, particularly bearded dragons, skinks, dwarf monitors and salamanders.

Repashy Grub Pie contains over 75% cold-pressed Black Soldier Fly Larvae Meal (BSFL). This high protein source offers an ideal 2:1 calcium to phosphorous ratio – essential for geckos who must get a wide variety of essential nutrients to stay healthy and strong.

This meal is also low in fat and salt, making it a healthier alternative to kibble.

Leopard geckos often choose this supplement in place of regular crickets and mealworms, but it should not be the sole source of nutrition without additional supplements.

The aroma and flavor of insects often triggers an instinctive feeding response in all kinds of insect-eating animals, such as bearded dragons, leopard geckos, all skinks, fat tail geckos, dwarf monitors, day geckos and giant geckos; plus turtles of all sizes and aquatic amphibians.