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Posted by Damon on May 12, 2003 at 13:17:14:
In Reply to: Does anyone see a problem with this? posted by Krystal19_85 on May 12, 2003 at 12:16:15:
It's great to see some people doing captive breeding with normals, but I cannot see why you would want to sell them for less then what people get for CH'ed babies. I won't even mention WC adults, because I don't think people should even be selling them.
Yes there is a difference between CH'ed babies and WC adults. I bought my first batch of CH'ed babies in 2002, most if not ALL of them are doing very well.
Someday I hope to produce some normals, by breeding my pastel male out to some of my CH normal girls..
I can tell you that I will most likly sell all the normals even the females, because I just don't think I could care for many more snakes.
My true CB girls will never go for less then $100 unless they have some sort of problem. My true CB males, I would ask $50.
The males may be hard to get rid of, but they would make fantastic PETS. They will be true CB animals.
I think a true good quality CB female is worth $100. Besides if you were to pump em up to around 300+ grams before selling them, you could easily get $100.
Just my 2-cents.