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RE: 10 good eggs

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Posted by: sethsmith at Sun Apr 1 14:31:25 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by sethsmith ]  
   

Hi Robert, I knew one of you guys would know.
Probably something you knew 20 years ago.
Very interesting information and I appriciate
your responce. It coincides with what ive observed.

As for the fertility of my eggs. It probably has
alot to do with my husbandry. Ive been following the same
breeding guidelines that youve been doing for years.
Ive had my share of failures and probably will in the
future if I stay with this hobbie. All my breeding females
to this point have come from you. I have reached out for
new blood in other directions for the future.

I try to give them a varied diet,keep them well hydrated,
I use light supplements,I dont feed the adults as much as
I used to. Especially the females. Probably should the males
too but Everyone loves the 71/2 foot 15lb showindigo. Me Too!
I should give them more natural sunlight and most important
I need to give them more excercise. I used to take them to the
park To run but People come up nonstop and the indigos seem to
get overstimulated from contact and they dont like being off
the ground too much. For me easterns are easy to breed but
problematic as hell from there to when and IF they pass ALL
the eggs.
Thanks again
Seth


   

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