Despite having carried out 90% of the eggs that were stepped on, this year the breeding has gone bad for 2 fundamental reasons:
1є This year was the first one that I tried to raise with 2 females per male with several specimens, and I have not had to do very well because most of them were without stepping on.
2є The number of eggs in most of the laying of both couples and "trios" have been only 3 eggs.
The first point is easy to fix, since for the next year I do not plan to use this practice or at least do it with only 1 male and 2 females to see if I take the trick.
But for the second point I ask for your help. I can use how many tips, tricks, etc. you want to give me.
Tell them that I grow up abroad and the food I use is:
-Mixura very varied, I prepare it and the quantities are depending on the time of the year.
-Pasta breeding yields moist to which added protan, garlic oil and bee pollen.
-Drock breeding yields dried to which rusk, sprouts, oregano and ground milk thistle are added.
-fruit and vegetables daily and rotating in them.
With this diet I have not had problems with obesity, diarrhea, etc.
My problems start now with the happy mosquitoes and their bites (but this is not the case)
A month before breeding the worms with vermicide and a drop of pulmosan.
In addition, I use AD3E until the start of laying and then continue with vitamin B
What do you use or don't think you should use to increase the number of eggs at each laying?
Forgive for this toston that I just released.