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Thanks Terry, but i am not sure when to introduce the bairdi


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Posted by gofer on March 07, 2003 at 10:37:59:

In Reply to: I'll keep my fingers crossed . .> posted by terryp on March 06, 2003 at 21:16:00:

I have two opinions on that. One is to introduce them after this first shed, just like with corns. And the other advice was to wait at least 8 weeks, or the second shed? Any advice?
Thanks again, and i'll post pics if i get some babies!
Have a good weekend,
Gregg F.

:for the bairdi and capes. Good luck this year Gregg. I want to see some babies.

::enough for you to breed in two years. I am planning on breeding mine this year, first time for my breeding of bairdi.
::Post some pics soon, and have a good day.
::Gregg F.

:::I am really excited about these guys! Though they are A LOT smaller than my Adam Block pair, I'm hoping they'll be ready in 2 years or so. Just for the record, they look and act like my other Bairds, although I am certainly no pro on Bairds (only been working with them for a few months). Anyway, as I've said before, I trust the breeder and believe them to be 100% Bairdi.

:::Sorry, no pics right now. I'll post some soon. Thanks,

:::Paul



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