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HPW #567532
06/10/08 10:50 PM
06/10/08 10:50 PM

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Can anyone tell me how long one batch of HPW will last for 1 glider?

Re: HPW [Re: ] #567535
06/10/08 10:57 PM
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I'm not real sure on that one...I'm still on my first batch of hpw...I think 2 weeks now? With 3 suggies and I still have a good amount left. I'm guessing with 1 suggie you won't run out for a long time.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #567538
06/10/08 10:58 PM
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Mine lasted about a month.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #567542
06/10/08 11:04 PM
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Mine lasted about a month.


Was this just for one suggie im4myself2? If so, than you may be over feeding.

I do believe there are 64-65 TABLESPOONS per batch. so that should give you so that should give you about 128 nights for a single glider since each glider only gets 1-1/2 TEAspoons of HPW a night (along with veggies and fruits)


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Re: HPW [Re: ] #567545
06/10/08 11:05 PM
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HPW lasts a good while for my picky eaters. They rarely clean their dish. It is so easy to make, I don't mind them wasting a bit.


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Six Gliders, Chip & Dale, Caspian & Ceridwen, Sasha & Stubby.


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Re: HPW [Re: Donnarae] #567566
06/10/08 11:38 PM
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Thanks for asking this smile I'm switching my guys over to HPW and was wondering the same thing.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #567677
06/11/08 01:39 AM
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I have 2 gliders and I have to make a batch of HPW about every 6 weeks. I do feed mine a little more then what they are supposed to get. wink


~ Kathy ~

Re: HPW [Re: kthiessen] #567758
06/11/08 08:06 AM
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Here is a great post on the HPW!
http://www.glidercentral.net/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Board=2&Number=480084&Searchpage=2&Main=46927&Words=+Corrected+HPW+Calculations+&topic=0&Search=true#Post480084

~Stacy

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568060
06/11/08 04:26 PM
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I feed HPW and was wondering about how long it would last as well. I've been feeding for the past 2.5 weeks now, and there is still quite a bit left.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568108
06/11/08 05:19 PM
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Was this just for one suggie im4myself2? If so, than you may be over feeding.



Yes it is for just one. Yes I am most likely over feeding. she seldom eats it all. I was advised on weighting her and she is staying right around 80 grams(?). I also struggle with getting her to eat any veggies. She will eat fruit smootie not much relish. She does love flowers(only from glider safe list) and clover. We grow our own clover and plants from seed so we know they are safe from all sprays. She will also eat mealies if I hide them in things in her cage for her to find. I will start cutting back on the HPW I feed her. I want a health baby.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568112
06/11/08 05:27 PM
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Wow!! One batch lasts ALONG time for one suggie! Im switching to HPW as soon as I can purchase the bee pollen and wumaroo!

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568134
06/11/08 05:47 PM
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Mine lasts about... I want to say 1 1/2 weeks for 4 gliders. I love the HPW. There are so little ingregients to run out of. BML was a pain in my patooter.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568171
06/11/08 06:21 PM
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If anyone is looking for HPW ingredients (Wombaroo and bee pollen) and doesnt like or cant use paypal (Like me frown )

You can purchase off of this website

http://www.shop.firstcoastsuggiesstore.com

Just as cheap as any paypal stores ive seen.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568209
06/11/08 07:02 PM
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I haven't counted out the days, but for my 5 gliders 1 batch lasts a long time!
3 out of my 5 have gotten chunkier though.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568215
06/11/08 07:11 PM
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One of mine gained weight and got a bit chunky once I switched to the HPW. However, I really believe he is just a large glider. To me it seems like every single one of my glider has reached their personal optimum weight and stayed there. The only one I was worried about being chunky has actually slimmed down. Linus - he is large, but ... he is large!

I wish there was such a food for humans. Blend it up every few weeks, eat measured portions, plus all the fruit and veggies you want, and maintain optimum weight. I don't need variety!! I've always wanted something like dog kibble - the complete human food ... :sigh:


Alden
"Animals can communicate quite well. And they do. And generally speaking, they are ignored." Alice Walker


Mom to Valhalla; 6 cats; 1 macaw; 2 hedgehogs;
and very many great gliders!

(plus the 2 skin kids)
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Kyrie, nothing will ever fill the hole you left in my heart.
Re: HPW [Re: ValkyrieMome] #568217
06/11/08 07:18 PM
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I don't think mine are really fat, they are definitely bigger. 2 of the three are now caring for a newly oop joey.

Re: HPW [Re: ] #568226
06/11/08 07:24 PM
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If anyone is looking for HPW ingredients (Wombaroo and bee pollen) and doesnt like or cant use paypal (Like me )

You can purchase off of this website


I think many of the vendors will allow you to pay by check or money order, all you have to do is contact them. I know I have several people that order from me and send the money to me snail mail instead of paypal. thumb


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Re: HPW [Re: ValkyrieMome] #568364
06/11/08 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted By: ValkyrieMome

I wish there was such a food for humans. Blend it up every few weeks, eat measured portions, plus all the fruit and veggies you want, and maintain optimum weight. I don't need variety!! I've always wanted something like dog kibble - the complete human food ... :sigh:


roflmao Let me know when you find this! i'll join you!


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