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RE: Getting worried

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Posted by: ELZiggy at Wed Jun 11 09:48:55 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ELZiggy ]  
   

I'm glad the WS ate for you Brandon.It doesn't sound like cause for concern just yet. If their husbandry is on point and they aren't losing any weight they'll eventually come around. Some of the males still have other things on their mind. My buddy's normally voracious king just came off a month long fast last week. My male king went 3 months over the winter but he only lost 1 gram of weight. I panicked after week 11 and tried a small live feeder which he devoured. After 2 live feedings he was back on track and taking f/t again. My female bull is only 9 months old and I've never had any issues with her eating but I have heard of other pits going off feed for a month or two. Best wishes and keep us posted.


   

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