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RE: You would be foolish to do so...

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Posted by: Bighurt at Thu Mar 26 11:29:54 2009   [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Bighurt ]  
   

>>although by heavy feeeding a male boa could get some size at 9 months, I believe it would be a hazard to his health to try to breed that earlier. I even shy away from breeding 18 month old males, I find they are way better breeders at 2-3 years of age.

I agree, however it also depends on size and health as well.

I'll try an 18 - 24 month old male, but if shows no interest in a few days I just move on with another male.

I've had the best luck with healthy 2-3 yr old males.
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Jeremy Payne
JB Reptile

1.0 Snow "Kahl"
0.2 Triple Het Moonglow "Kahl"
0.1 Orange Tail Hypo Het Leopard
0.1 Double Het "Sharp" Snow
1.0 Ghost
0.1 Possible Super Hypo
0.1 DH Ghost
1.1 "Kahl" Albino
1.0 Hypomelenistic
1.3 Pastel Hypo
0.1 Suriname/Columbian cross
0.1 Anerthrystic

1.1 Morelia Clastolepis


   

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