Egg Tray | Paper Pulp 50 Cell Chukar/Quail Egg
Paper Egg Crate | Filler Flat
- Made from recycled pulp, 100% recyclable
- 50-egg, 5X10 cell tray
- Chukar and quail eggs
- Tray dimensions: 15.875" x 8.25"
- Cell dimensions (WxH): 1" x 1"
- Tray weight (ounces): 3.1
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These are the. Best I've used. I have puchfrom many different vendors. The size and integrity are the best I've seen.
Yay! We are so happy to hear that you're happy with our egg flats!
We specifically purchase the 50 Cell tray that is rectangular (6� x 11 _�) in shape so they fit nicely into our job buckets that are 16 7/8� L x 11 _� W. They work great.
The chukar trays are the perfect size to nestle the quail eggs into. The only issue with them is that they are too long to fit into the standard number 7 size usps shipping box we use. Would your manufacture be able to cut them down to fit into the 12x12 square for ease of shipping? The same dimensions of the chicken egg flats would be amazing!
These trays are perfect for our small parts. Work great
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
How many egg trays should I put in my cricket container?
It is recommended to use as many egg trays as it takes to fill the entire floor space of the container, except for about 6" of space on one end for food and water.
Why do dubia roaches need egg trays?
Dubia roaches and other feeder insects such as cricekts are territorial and don't typically live among hundreds like they do in captivity. Male crickets and roaches have a tendency to fight eachother, so giving them a place to hide within the pockets of an egg tray gives the insects a private place to hide.
Feeder insects are also known for nibbling and chewing, making egg trays are a great source of natural fiber that will not harm your colony.
Can this tray be used with feeder insects suck as crickets and dubia roaches?
Egg trays are a great source of fiber for your feeder insects, however the cells in this tray are very small and would not provide adequate surface space for larger insects to hide.