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We have been commercially producing Livefood since 1989 and are one of the most established producers of live insects for reptile and bird food in the UK. So whether you are feeding reptiles, wild birds, cage birds or any other insect eating small animal, you can be sure to receive top quality service and top quality livefood from our very well established caring family firm.




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At Livefoods Direct we have been breeding high quality livefoods since 1981. We specialise in livefoods for reptiles, garden birds, cage birds, livefoods for zoos and universities, supplying every market.


Unlike many other suppliers, we breed the live foods that we sell. We offer a wide range of popular livefood insects including dried and live mealworms, mini mealworms, giant mealworms, locusts, crickets, live grubs and waxworms, along with some more exotic species such as live morios (superworms), live fruit beetle grubs (pachnodas) and giant (dubia) cockroaches. We also supply live flies, fly larvae and frozen chicks, mice and rats.


We are a UK based livefood breeder and we pack our insects fresh on the day that they are dispatched. All of our livefoods are covered by our live arrival guarantee so you can be assured that the live foods you buy are British livefoods, bred here in Yorkshire.


Every month we run promotions offering fantastic discounts on our already low prices. Customers who regularly buy bulk packs of our live mealworms or locusts can take advantage of our Supersaver Mealworms deal, Supersaver Cricket deal or Supersaver Locusts deal. We also have Mix n Match offers.


Welcome to LetterBox Livefoods - the UK's most convenient online store for live reptile food! We specialize in providing a wide range of premium-quality feeder insects for your pet reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates, all delivered straight to your doorstep.


Our new, innovative design of livefood tubs means they can now easily fit through your letterbox, providing a hassle-free delivery experience. You no longer need to worry about missed deliveries or collection from a post office.


Simply place your order online and let us do the rest! We work with one of the UK's leading livefood producers who will pick and pack your order fresh on the same day and post it directly to your door via first-class Royal Mail. If you order before 12 midday (excluding Fridays & Weekends), your package will be dispatched within 24 hours and will usually arrive on your doormat within a few days.


With LetterBox Livefoods, you can rest assured that you are getting the highest quality live reptile food delivered straight to your doorstep with ease. Order today and discover why we are the go-to choice for reptile owners throughout the UK!


Easter is just around the corner, and we want to ensure that all of our customers receive their live insect orders in time for the holiday. To do so, we ask that customers place their orders by midday on Monday the 3rd of April, as this is our last dispatch...


Crickets are easily one of the most popular live foods for reptiles as they are a great source of protein for a wide variety of species. Our crickets range includes several different cricket species supplied in a variety of different ways.


Crickets are a popular live food in the reptile keeping community as they come in a few varieties that are palatable to a wide variety of reptiles. They are generally non-aggressive and take almost no upkeep. Their ability to jump presents a little hunting challenge for many reptiles making them good for encouraging feeding instincts. Crickets can also be kept alive relatively easily, so as long as you have a large live food enclosure you can store many at once.


Crickets are a low-cost and easy to keep live food choice, ideal for a wide variety of reptile species. They made a fantastic choice if you need to care for several reptiles at once. Maintaining crickets is fairly easy as well, they need to be kept dry and well-fed, so set your live food container in a dry area and supply them with plenty of live food feed. Crickets can be a little noisy, so you may want to find a storage solution for them with some soundproofing.


We sell two different types of crickets; brown crickets and black crickets. Brown crickets are several different types of crickets including Silent, Banded and House crickets that are all quite small and share similar characteristics. Black crickets are larger and are best for big reptiles as they can be a bit more aggressive and require a little more care, including being kept between 20-25 degrees Celcius. Each type of cricket is sold in pre-pack sets, where you can select the exact size of cricket you want, and bulk sets, containing mass quantities for feeding many reptiles.


When buying crickets check that they are suitable for the species of your pet and that you have everything you need to house them correctly, including a live feed enclosure, food and care supplements.


A Swell Live Swell Live Silent Brown Crickets Bulk-Pack is a bulk bag of Brown crickets that have been specially bred as reptile food. Silent brown crickets are a cold tolerant species of feeder insects. They are a favourite of many popular reptiles, including Bearded dragons, Water dragons, Chameleons, Leopard geckos and Crested geckos. Silent Brown Crickets are an excellent alternative for many species of cricket, including Black crickets, as their soft bodies don't make the normal chirping sound.


Brown crickets have a maximum shelf life of around a month from when they arrive at your home. They must be properly kept in a smooth-sided container with a vented lid filled with plenty of food and water. Brown crickets are nocturnal, so you can conserve their energy and calm them by storing them under bright light. Live crickets should be kept at a regular temperature and you should provide moisture regularly to prevent dehydration.


Crickets are vegetarian and will eat most types of plant matter, fruits and vegetables. However, before feeding you can try to gut load your Brown crickets to provide proper supplementation to your reptiles. Gut loading is the process of feeding your Brown crickets fruit and vitamin-rich plants to pass them on to your reptile in an easily digestible form.


Swell offers a wide range of highest-quality Crickets bred in ethical conditions and fed on a nutrient-rich diet of rolled oats. Once you add to basket and checkout with these Crickets we will pass your order to our UK livefood supplier who will despatch your Brown crickets on a next-day service to ensure you receive your bulk day pack as soon as possible.


Livefood food is despatched directly from the supplier the same day if you order before 12pm and the next day if you order after 12pm. Livefood is delivered Monday to Thursday on a next working day delivery service.


When we ship crickets for sale during the cold weather, they may appear dead on arrival. Cold conditions can cause silent brown crickets to go dormant. Simply release them into the container and wait for them to become active in a few hours.


Explore our range of insect growing and storage products. Our stylish pods allow you to breed your own insects. We also sell live insects for you to purchase. Start producing a continuous supply of sustainable & nutritious animal feed now! Ideal for poultry, wild birds, reptiles and fishing.


I recently ordered some calci worms & delivery was very quick & prompt, upon arrival I found them very well packaged for delivery and in a very health and good condition. It's important to me to have good quality food for my pets as I find it makes them happier and in a lot heathier condition.


All three of these foods are suitable for other carnivorous plants as well as Venus flytraps (Dionaea muscipula). Bloodworms are ideal for almost all species, particularly sundews (Drosera) and butterworts (Pinguicula), while mealworms and crickets are often good for larger pitcher plants (Sarracenia and Nepenthes).


In both crickets and grasshoppers, the hind legs are large in proportion to their bodies, and this enables them to jump really long distances. If you see a grasshopper in the grass, just try to touch it and you will see how well it can jump. Some entomologists have suggested that the name Orthoptera should be changed to Saltatoria, from the Greek 'saltare', meaning 'to leap'. Their back legs are described as saltatorial.


Most Orthoptera live in the tropics, and there are around 18,000 species of them. Around 700 of these are found in Europe - mainly in the south - and only 30 species live in Britain. Their preference for warmer weather is also seen in the fact that only around half a dozen species are found as far north as Scotland.


The house cricket is a good flier. Britain has two native true crickets - the Field Cricket (Gryllus campestris) and the Wood Cricket (Nemobius sylvestris). These are daytime insects, unlike many crickets, but they are rare and are only found in the south of England.


There are ten British species of bush-cricket, only 5 of which can fly. The Great Green Bush-cricket (Tettigonia viridissima) can fly very well. Bush-crickets tend to become active in late afternoon and continue singing late into the night.


Locusts are a type of grasshopper. They are large and are strong fliers. Sometimes their populations explode, and they travel in huge swarms looking for food, causing huge damage to the crops that man has conveniently grown for them on the way! There are a few species of locusts in the Middle East that find their way to Europe, and the Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria) lives in northern Europe, though it doesn't often build up into huge numbers there.


Grasshoppers and crickets are not hard to catch, either in a net or by persuading them to jump directly into a container. They are easy to keep alive in large glass or Perspex containers such as old fish tanks or a terrarium. Some sand in the bottom will provide somewhere for them to lay eggs, grass will keep grasshoppers happy and a few aphids now and again will please crickets. The AES provides a caresheet for crickets. 041b061a72


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