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Posted by Jeff Schofield on March 22, 2003 at 00:42:30:

In Reply to: About Hybrid thread below posted by Tony D on March 21, 2003 at 14:22:43:

Tony, I think you will agree that ANY breeding without cosideration as to WHERE the offspring will go is inconsiderate at best and irresponsible at worst!! More than anything else people should know/understand/appreciate the market that has been set up for them by others...RESPECT! That is not to say there is no room for individuals/free thinkers but that they have to do just that...THINK. Think before you put animals together, before you get eggs just where it is that the offspring will find GOOD homes! Yes, they are a commodity, but its the continued good relations well after a sale that defines a good breeder. Just as many have said...I LOVE the looks of SOME of the extreme examples of hybrids. Bottom line, they are NOT reproducable in HYBRIDIZERS hands. Most people that produce hybrids are not willing to settle of f1s, they want to take it further...and its this FURTHER that hurts all of us that breed for PURPOSE. I think that the "market" is willing to accept non-locale milksnakes...but just because they are non-locale doesnt mean we should bastardize our future,lol. Any and all rebuttals will be forwarded to TONY,lol,Jeff



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