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Posted by Peter R. on April 24, 2003 at 15:32:43:
In Reply to: Another vote for Rodentpro posted by zz on April 23, 2003 at 22:21:15:
I don't have enough shows or shows that are close to me to buy from. If you are buying from Rodentpro in small lots, like only 100, it will be expensive with shipping. I usually buy between 600 and 1100 feeders of various sizes so shipping ends up coming out to be around three or four cents per food item on the average. So pink mice end up being about $20 for 100, etc. Many of the 'good' shows that might have a decent price on feeders are easily 5-6 or more hours drive away (one-way). If I factor in my time and gas, it is so much cheaper to have them delivered to my door.
:I buy mine at Reptile Shows. I paid $12.00 for 25 Jumbo Mice...RodentPro price....$33.79! (because of the special shipping involved w/o shipping $13.75) I love going to the shows anyway and all you need for storage is some ice and a cooler. Most of the shows have a LARGE number on hand...either way, I think you are getting ripped off... hehehehehe. As far as pet stores go, the one by me charges $1.99 per mouse (frozen or live)!!!! That sucks.
:I looked up Hoppers and Fuzzies (because I haven't heard of crawling before) and RodentPro price shipped to my house in Northern KY: $52.04 and $42.04 for 100 respectfully.
::Pricewise, they can't be beat. I once mentioned that my pink rats had a lot of little confetti like substrate stuck to them and I had to rinse them all before feeding and they resent me 400 more at no charge! I am really cheap and hunt for the best deals possible and I couldn't find a place that had better prices and I am reasonably certain I checked all the major players out there.