Our 5 pound bag of Tasty Grubs dried black soldier fly larvae is enough to treat a small flock of 5 chickens for an entire month! All of our products are backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are dissatisfied for any reason, simply return the unused portion to us for a full refund.
Since 2013, Tasty Grubs by Tasty Worms Nutrition are the original dried black soldier fly larvae made right here in the USA by an American owned small family owned business! Accept no imitations!
During production Tasty Grubs are fed only human food grade products approved by the Association of American Feed Control Officials. The same standard for food as required by commercial livestock in the USA. They’re never fed manure, garbage, bovine or ovine products like some of the competition.
Tasty Grubs Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae are high in protein and calcium, vital nutrients for laying hens. Our customers have reported an increase in shell quality, egg taste, and a reduction in molting time.
Posted by Kelli Revoir on Mar 2nd 2017
Glad I found these grubs! My chickens love them! So do the dogs! I have to make sure the dogs aren't around when I feed them Hahaha Good stuff!
Posted by Linda Hamid on Oct 17th 2016
It's really hard to find high protein snacks (mealworms) that are not from China. The Black Soldier Fly larvae are produced in the USA. My birds love them and the extra protein has helped them get through molt
Posted by Dan on Feb 23rd 2016
Our chickens love them, highly recommended
Posted by Janice on Feb 19th 2016
I have been getting the Meal Worms but they were out and had a person call from them asking if I would like to try the Grubs, that a sample would be in the mail.
My chickens absolutely love them and I also have to say Tasty Worms has the cleanest products on the market!
I have bought different meal worms and No comparison, the others had bugs etc., within the bags and have no issues with Tasty Worms Nutrition!
Posted by Jo Anne Pedersen on Feb 5th 2016
I thought it might take a few tries before my chickens would eat these, but the very first time they gobbled them up. I have only had them a few days so it may be awhile before I notice any difference in their eggs. My chickens are definitely enjoying them as a snack. I do mix them in with their oatmeal on these cold winter mornings.
Posted by Jennifer on Feb 4th 2016
My hens love eating them. They get greedy and want these over the rest of their food. It's funny.