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RE: The most popular morphs

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Posted by: AaronBayer at Mon May 12 10:55:03 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by AaronBayer ]  
   

sunkist, snow, and blood combos seem to be popular and the plain amel is always popular. my personal fav are lavenders though.

scaleless corns are hybrids and I personally dont care for any of the scaleless animals... i'm all for morphs, but not morphs that negatively impact the animal.

If you got tons of corns and a great reputation you might make some money, most years you'll about break even though. I breed small numbers of corns, kings, milks, and boas and have done carpets, balls, garters, and rats int he past. granted I only ever produce a max of about 150 babies a year and dont let many females produce if I have plenty of previous year's babies, but there have only been maybe 5 years in the past 16 that I really made a good bit of money. most years i'm 1-2k over or under what I spent that year. thankfully it's just a hobby and not a job for me.


   

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