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RE: Baby Seizures?

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Posted by: rkhorne at Mon Oct 15 23:20:02 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rkhorne ]  
   

The vitamins are a good thought, only @ ~2 week old I haven't seen them eat hardly at all yet. Have to assume they are eating some of the crickets I've put in there. Seems a little early to be having vitamin deficiency issues, however you do make a good point, maybe there's an issue with the crickets I am feeding them, or how am housing the crickets. I made the assumption that the crickets are fine because the larger animals are doing fine on them...but then they aren't babies. I will look into changing that system up right away.

PS: Put them outside today because I was thinking the same D3 issue as well.

Thanks for the quick feedback.
Roger


   

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