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smdturts
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  I am relatively new to turtles, only having owned two red eared sliders since October. I was wondering what brand of commercial food is considered the best for sliders. My dogs, cats and rabbits get the best foods available and I\'d like to do the same for my turtles. They are still pretty young, and about 3 inches in length. They do get fresh food, crickets, guppies, romaine, etc. in addition to the commercial food. Thanks!
 
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I personally like tetrafauna reptomin:D
smdturts
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That\'s what I\'ve been feeding them! Glad to know that I\'ve been doing well.
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I currently have something called \"Turtles Delight\" by Wardley. Its dried shrip and the turtles LOVE it. I mix it in with their pellets.
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I feed them Tetrafauna Reptomin mixed with shrimp and also wardely\'s mosquito larvae. They like it very much. You can also try little pieces of chicken, worms, crickets or guppie fish. Reptomin pellets will ensure your turtles a good and safe growth.
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