Hoping one of our experts can offer some thoughts on the minimum amount of time it takes to make a significant difference and MORE IMPORTANTLY if anyone has some fact-based data or info on the amount of time it takes to rid crickets of other things such as parasites. Hear me out on this, I know that in many species of animals used for human consumption that proper care and feeding results in significantly reduced parasite/pathogen loads. For example, finishing cows on grass will allow them to shed more than 75% (I've heard as much as 90% +) of dangerous strains of E. coli. Another example is escargot, where a week of clean feed accomplishes similar results. While I am trying to establish a routine it has been necessary for me to purchase crickets from a local pet shop- not a big box store, but I don't know the source of his feeders. I do not want a cricket colony in the house, but need some for now until other feeder colonies are established. Please point me to any data if possible rather than just anecdotes, but I welcome opinions as well. Thank you!