So I breed Dubia roaches for my bearded dragons. Dubia roaches are a large roach species who's nympbs (young) are very fat, soft-bodied, and highly nutritious. They don't bite, don't fly, and don't have any diseases - we raise them in sterile bins in the 'craft / reptile room' of the house. Well, we only have 2 young beardies, and our roach population is doing *great*... so we have waaaay more nymphs than we need pretty much all the time. So - do you think they would be good for the chickens? I figure, they eat bugs naturally, so these fat little guys would be good for them. (And you know what they are fed? Chicken layer feed + calcium, lol. Perfect, right?) I could just put them in a large no-tip metal dog bowl (that they couldn't climb out of). Any thoughts?