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Posted by markgaj on May 05, 2003 at 21:39:05:

In Reply to: H.I.S.S. posted by vadoni on May 05, 2003 at 21:00:06:

Sorry man but that question is WAY to vague. There is a lot to breeding boas and no one is going take the time to type out a recipe for you here. Not only that but different people have different opinions on various aspects of breeding. It takes time to identify the differences and decide for yourself what will work for you. My advise is to find as many books on boas and study them. Then do a google search and find as much info as you can on breeding boas on the internet and study that. After you do that you should have a very basic understanding of how to breed boas. And with this understanding you will probably have specific questions that were not addressed in your research. At that point, when you have specific questions and are able to pose them in an intelligent fassion you will see how many helpful replies you will get. Until then, you are in the same boat as me.... Research, Research Research. And besides, if you are new to boas you have to wait until your babies reach breeding size/age any way. What better way to pass the time than to prepare for the day when you are ready to breed? And when that time comes, you'll be ready!

Good luck and have fun!

mark




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