We started our first feeder roach (B. dubia) colony a couple months ago. We believe we've had one batch of nymphs since them. Our colony is kept at 75 to 80 degrees constantly. Our male to female ratio is roughly 1:4 and I'm working on weeding out some of the males since my Tokay likes them so much. We have a larger water dish filled with pebbles that little nymphs can't get into and drown. For the nymphs I mist the cage because we've had issues with molting. I can't afford water crystals. I feed them dry dog food as recommended by the person that sold them. I had been feeding them veggies but my fiance is convinced they have pesticides on them (even though they are washed) and my hisser colony has been fine on the same greens. He won't let me feed them anything unless it's organic now. :wall: The colony is pretty much static. We have at least 20 something females in there. Any advice from you guys?