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the toe cutter

Arachnobaron
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For a garden phase I would hope not more than 100$. You can get them CB on KS for about 50-75$ ea.
 

HankyPankyRoe

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I payed $65.00 for her. Maybe I should of only paid $50.00 for her then. I have 11 Corn's and 4 Balls. Two of the Balls I paid $50.00 for both, and their huge. Very tame snakes.

The other 2 Balls I need to work with them more often. They are very skittish and shy but they have not bitten anyone yet. Their about 1/2 the size of the first 2.

The Corn's I bought dirt cheap as non feeders, there were 18 of them and no matter how much I tried to work with them on feeding I'm down to 11. Every trick I tried didn't work, but the ones that survived are doing great!

We live in a zoo here, lol.
 

the toe cutter

Arachnobaron
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Have you tried scenting F/T pinks with fish oil? That and braining has worked for me very well in the past with nonfeeding hatchling corns.

And I guarantee that the LPS didn't pay more than 20$ from a wholesaler. I get wholesaler pricelists everyday and its funny to see how much LPS mark up their animals!
 

HankyPankyRoe

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I've tried the braining but I've never heard of of the fish oil before. I'll have to give that a try:) Thank You.

I'd probably drop dead if I saw the wholesaler pricelist, lol. Around here the baby corns run $40-$50.

I checked out Petsmart Black Friday Ad and they have Turtles, Bearded Dragons & select Leopard Gecko's @ 50% off.

Chinese Water Dragons & select Ball Pythons $29.99.

Hmmmm..................
 
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