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RE: That is what

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Posted by: acheela at Thu Sep 19 17:03:46 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by acheela ]  
   

NO! NO, I didn't take it that way at all...I am just really trying to get all this genetic stuff filed away in my mind, and about the time I think I have made some progress on understanding what I've been mulling over, a new wrench is thrown into my thinking. I'm just trying to understand as much as I can, so I can make more informed decisions about pairings and such in the future. The thrill of watching the babies emerge, and grow and thrive is sooooooo exciting! I'm still amazed at the transformations taking place in my young snakes. My oldest bull is 4. He was my first bull purchase, and I really lucked out when I picked him up. Since I have been picking my future breeders carefully, and I believe it is showing in the hatchlings. I look at bull snake ads and sites like most men do porn... lol, and I may be prejudice, but the babies I have produced rank right up there with the "big" breeders in my opinion. I still see some exceptional animals, and then I get to messing with mine, and think... wow!! That's a NICE snake!


   

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