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Re: Keeping my hogs together


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Posted by deathstalker on February 21, 2003 at 00:19:41:

In Reply to: Keeping my hogs together posted by christopher69 on February 18, 2003 at 13:22:54:

Hello, everyone. I am "new" to this forum but not really; three years ago I used to post replies on here a lot, but I had just been too busy the past few years due to last years of high school and now college, plus my activities including my herp studies. Let's see how often I can make it back here now--it was enjoyable three years ago. Some new recruites, I see, too! Awesome! Hogs are just too great--in every way possible--for herpers to not have, or at least try! Anyhow...

Yes, keeping two hogs together is fine and safe; they aren't cannibalistic. However, in two years, if you plan to breed them, it might be best to keep them separated for better breeding results although I don't, and then of course cycle them, introduce the male, etc.

T.J. Gould





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