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RE: Neonate questions

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Posted by: terryd at Tue Jan 16 22:15:12 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by terryd ]  
   

I have had a number of neonate Rubber Boas. Some eat right from the start some do not. This fall I had one of my females drop 5 neonates. I could not get any to take small pinkie mice so in November I put them into burmation, temp. 45 to 48 degrees. I have had to do this w/ other babies and it seems to work fine.
I have some 2004 neonates that started out at 5 grams, and are now over 150 grams.
Good luck, these are great snakes.

Check this web site out www.rubberboas.com, Richard Hoyer is the man to listen to about Rubberboas.

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