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RE: kenyans

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Posted by: Roy Stockwell at Wed Jul 21 02:52:08 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Roy Stockwell ]  
   

Let them cool off in the winter down into the 70's at night, and they will breed in late Spring into the summer, with fall or winter babies.. .thats how I breed all mine.
Males can service several females.. Keeping them in groups however does pose the danger of accidental constrictions and really complicates feedings... Its best to keep them separately and just introduce them through spring and summer, between meals.

Some people do breed Kenyans simply by putting them together with no intentional cycling... They are pretty easy to breed and lots of people have success almost accidentally.
A regular annual cycle with a cool night period however will bring the most success over the long term.. I've actually been able to breed them every year in row for over 20 years... I doubt this would be possible without a planned annual cycle.


   

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