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Re: Go with the Biovine...


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Posted by treeboas.com on November 03, 2002 at 11:54:08:

In Reply to: Re: Go with the Biovine... posted by Mike H. on November 03, 2002 at 11:20:46:

You mean it's OK to pluck thousands of Corallus out of the wild, but cutting a few branches from trees on your own property (or local property that hasn't yet been cleared for new construction) is bad?

At what point did I mention anything about it being OK to pluck thousands of corallus out of the wild? I'm not in the corallus plucking business, so obviously I don't have a choice in the matter. Believe me, there's plenty enough CBB animals out there to keep me perfectly happy. I wouldn't care if corallus importation came to a screaching halt tomorrow. Heck, maybe it would bring some life back into the CBB baby market, which at the moment actually seems to be running lower than the WC market! Enough said on that. But when things come up that DO allow me to make a choice, such as BioVine VS. real wood, I'm gonna weigh all the facts and make a decision based on the best interest of the animal that will ultimately be living in the cage with it. I still haven't come up with any good reasons to use real vine over BioVine, other than saving money. Have you?


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