I feed the AWD. I have looked into the Small Carnivore Food link above and it seems fishy. I emailed them
Me: I was wondering if I could get this is the original packaging and how much it would cost?
I'm sorry, we don't sell this product in original packaging because it comes in a large enough quantity that it's more practical for most of our customers if we break it down into smaller sizes. We tend to only buy one big bag at a time & break the whole thing down & that usually lasts a while before we have to re-order.
I also asked around on boards and it seems that the only supplier is not able to get them in the US yet; Here is the thread on that: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
I have opted not to use the Sweet Sugar Glider's version and to continue to use yogurt until it officially becomes available.
Oh, I also asked Womabroo via email about how long their product was studied-I can't seem to find the email now but she said it was studied for 2 years, been fed for 28 years.
ETA: The OP was asking for reviews: My gliders LOVE their AWD and I feel that it's the most natural of the diets; I also like that it has been fed for 28 years and there are no [reported] side effects like Iron Storage Disease. AWD encourages natural foliage and "live food" such as meal worms and crickets plus the protein, fruits, and veges. I am currently working on some recipes to make it a bit easier so folks know it always has the 1.5:1 ratio (they recommend a 1.5:1 ratio over a 2:1 ratio); I will post them on here or post them on my blog and just link it here as soon as I can.
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My gliders (alphabetically): Almanzo-M, Brandy- POF, Captain-NM, Chardonnay-POF, Dallie-F, Doe-F, Jack-NM, Jade-POF, Jasper-NM, Jean-F, Jim-NM, June-F, Kaycee-F, Laurabeth-F, Rosin-F, & Sangria-POF
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