Peas and Radish Month on September, 2024: How much should a 6 month bearded dragon eat?

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How much should a 6 month bearded dragon eat?

as many as she can in 15-20 minutes. mine eats about 20-40 a day, but she is about 5 months old. it should also start eating is some tips.

Bugs -

The size of the food items you feed your Dragon is extremely important. All food that is offered should be smaller in width than the Dragons mouth. Use caution in choosing the insect size, as too large of a cricket can cause health problems (i.e. - blockage) while digesting. The same applies with mealworms, use small mealworms for small dragons, and increase the mealworm size as the dragon’s size increases. A hatchling, up to 2 months will eat mostly insects, picking at finely chopped greens here and there.

2-week-old crickets (3/8 inch in size) should be offered 2 - 3 feedings a day, only in the amount that the dragon will eat at one feeding… A juvenile Dragon (2 - 4 months) will eat approximately 20% greens to 80% insects... 3 week old crickets should be given 2 times daily and small (1/2 inch) mealworms can be added to their diet. 4 months to maturity should be fed approximately 4-week-old crickets once or twice daily. The small mealies may be replaced by larger ones and king mealworms may also be added. Pinky mice can also be added to their diet once a week, depending on the size of the dragon. Adult dragons need to be fed adult crickets, king mealworms... once a day or every other day. Pinky mice, if used, should be fed sparingly - unless feeding a gravid adult.

Bearded dragons are voracious eaters, especially when they are young. If you are not feeding the hatchlings enough, and if they have cage-mates, they will nibble toes and tail-tips - if it moves its food. If your dragons are not eating well, something is possibly wrong. The most likely problem is that the cage temperature is incorrect: their bodies must reach high temperatures in order to digest their food. If they are digesting slowly, they will not eat well. First step - Check Temp.

Veggies -

At a young age, Bearded Dragons will not to eat as much vegetation as their adult counterparts. As a Bearded Dragon ages it will eat less animal matter and more plants, leveling off at around an 80% plant and 20% animal diet. There is a huge selection of 'leafy' greens which are high in calcium to feed your Dragon, some of which are... kale, argula, collard & mustard greens, parsley, dandelion greens and flowers, endives, radish, carrot and turnip tops, escarole and chicory endive. For more of a variety, mixed into the greens may be many other veggies such as squash, corn, peas, carrots (shredded), sweet potato, cucumber, zucchini, green peppers, chard... also chopped fruit such as cantaloupe, apple, blueberries, peaches, pears, grapes, plums, raspberries... all chopped finely to avoid choking. The main idea in their diet is variety.**Do not feed your dragons iceberg lettuce as is has very little nutritional value and may give the dragon the 'runs' - prompting dehydration.

Dragons will also munch on other greens. If you take your dragon outside or allow it to roam about the house - please be sure to check that the possible munchies are not poisonous

Am I feeding my two month old bunny the way I am suppose too ?

Am I feeding my two month old bunny the way I am suppose too ?

Your doing good.. Baby rabbits may be fed unlimited pellets, as their bones and muscles need plenty of protein and calcium for proper growth. bunny parent" will begin to gradually taper the quantity of pellets once the rabbit is about eight to twelve months old. and feed no more than 1/8 cup per day for every four pounds of rabbit

Veggies.. Baby rabbits may start receiving greens (very gradually) at the age of about two months. Add one item at a time, in small amounts, and if you see no intestinal upset, add another

Veggie list..

Alfalfa, radish & clover sprouts

Baby bok choy


Beet greens (tops)

Brussels sprouts

Carrot & carrot tops


Chinese celery



Collard greens

Dandelion greens and flowers (no pesticides)



Gai long

Green peppers Red, Yellow


Mustard greens


Pea pods (the flat edible kind: snow pea or sugar snap pea)*

Peppermint leaves


Radish tops

Raspberry leaves

Romaine lettuce Red and Green Leaf (no iceberg or light colored leaf)


Wheat grass

Your doing a great job, Congratulation on your baby rabbit..

What month should I plant vegetables in Cleveland, TN?

What month should I plant vegetables in Cleveland, TN?

Plant early vegetables (peas, lettuce, onions/ radishes/ potatoes) in late January through February- before March 15th, for sure. Plant transplants of tomatoes/ peppers and seeds of other summer vegetables (beans/ corn/ cucumber/ okra/ squash) in April and May.

You can get a second crop of some summer vegetables if you replant in mid July, and a second crop of most spring vegetables if you replant in September.

If your land is at higher elevation, you may want to plant near the end of these time frames.

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