Eggshells for Birds and Plants

Don't throw away your egg shells, bake them to sanitize, grind them up, and use to dust crickets or other insects before feeding the insects to your reptiles. You can also put some in your bird's food when they are laying eggs to give them extra calcium.

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February 2, 20110 found this helpful

They are also good to sprinkle around plants to keep slugs away.

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