2014 OFFSPRING

Typically, the way I go about moving my hatchlings is by triaging them. The "not so nice ones" usually dont get photo'd and are wholesaled without locality info. The average ones will be kept as long as they are feeding well and dont skew my sex ratio too far male. Otherwise these males willl be wholesaled as well. The nicer ones will be photo'd and the buyers name will be posted for their records. These are priced higher than non-locality animals due to the fact that these are as close to wildcaught genes you can get without finding one yourself. When you breed your snakes in the future you can use my site for validation of your hatchlings geneology, which can be very important if you plan on selling your babies as locality animals.

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Female 1 Sent to Adam Sweetman

Female 2 Sent to Don Long

Male 1 $75

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Male 2 Sent to L Aldridge

Female 4 Sent to L Aldridge

Female 3 Sent to Robert Edwards

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Male 4 Sent to Robert Edwards

Male 3 Sent to Don Long

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Female 1 Sent to A Matteson

Female 2 Sent to Chuck Sasser

Female 3 Sent to Don Long

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Female 4 Sent to A Matteson

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Female 6

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Male 1

Male 6 Sent to Don Long

Female 1 Sent to Dan Hyman

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Male 2 Sent to Don Long

Female 2 Sent to Don Long

Male 3

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Male 4 Sent to John Dreves

Male 5 Sent to Don Long

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Male 1 Sent to John Dreves

Male 2

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Ive got 3 eggs from this pair that should hatch early sep.

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