Now that we all know how I feel about superworms (mealworms are worse though. I have a phobia of those nasty things), I set up a little cage for them today, instead of just keeping them in the containers they come in. It's a square ziploc tupperware type thing, 5"x5"x5", with about seven holes poked in the top for air. I put in carrot shavings, kale, collard, and dandy greens, enough to cover the bottom of the container by about half an inch. There are now about 85-90 supers living in there. Is this a good setup? I figured it was time to upgrade from the grain filled plastic things to something with fresh food that is good for the animals. (I'm feeding beardies, a leo, some turtles... about five animals altogether.) The healthier the feeder, the healthier the animal, right?