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Posted by BrianSmith on May 08, 2003 at 18:37:22:
In Reply to: Here KLG... posted by JKUROSKI on May 08, 2003 at 15:58:24:
It's true,. most big breeders don't put the individual time and effort into their snakes as those that breed smaller numbers of exclusive species. The reasons should be obvious,.... just plain more to do with the same amount of time in the day,.... fewer select projects so efforts are divided,.... etc etc. I personally will make every effort to never allow this to happen as the number of my breeders increases, but in order to do this I certainly have to reach a point where the number cannot increase beyond what I can mentally keep track of and physically maintain in optimum conditions. I will have to respect my limits and not allow the snakes to suffer as a result of underestimating them.
:I don't speak fact...only oppinion and my experience has been receiving animals of not the best quality from large facilities...no reason to name drop. Private breeders might be the wrong phrase...how about small scale breeder which has more time to invest in each animal. Thus resulting in a healthier, cleaner, more socialized animal.