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Redfoot NERD
Last Activity:
Nov 21, 2019
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Birthday:
Dec 18, 1945 (Age: 73)
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Redfoot NERD

Well-Known Member, Male, 73, from Tennessee

10 Year Member!
Redfoot NERD was last seen:
Nov 21, 2019
    1. Katsy Lairmore
      Katsy Lairmore
      Hello! I have a Redfoot egg hatching. It was incubated at 85-86 degrees with temps very consistent. With your experience and expertise, what gender would you be leaning towards?
      1. Redfoot NERD
        Redfoot NERD
        Most likely female .. could go either way of course. Be sure to follow the caresheet and keep the parameters balanced!

        Send me pics Katsy - [email protected]

        CONGRATS!!!
        Oct 14, 2019
    2. Janelle Green
      Janelle Green
      Hi I heard you have an amazing red foot enclosure and I need tips for mine I'm making. Can I see some pictures of yours ? Thank you :)
    3. BabyJack
      BabyJack
      In need some help. I have a " cherry head" is about 9 inches long its male but it doesnt have the elbow spurs, can anyone tell me why?? Please.
    4. acciotortoise
      acciotortoise
      Hi, first time red footed owner just a few months old do you have any advice or help for someone new to this ? I ask cause I was told your very experienced, hope you don't mind
    5. Anyfoot
      Anyfoot
      Hi there, Why can't I start a conversation with you?
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Dec 18, 1945 (Age: 73)
    Home Page:
    http://turtletary.com
    Location (City and/or State):
    Tennessee
    Breed redfoot tortoises and star tortoises [ recently got my first 2 Indian STAR tortoise eggs ].. although the stars are still too young to produce viable eggs.

    "Breeding notes on G. carbonaria" ( redfoot tortoise ) published in the Sept. '06 Reptiles magazine.. and Indian Star "profile" in Jan. '08 issue.

    Hopefully I can help with redfoot tortoises.

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    Terry E. Kilgore
    Bless GOD America
    Celebrating 10 years dba Turtletary


    http://www.turtletary.com/
    http://www.turtletary.com/redfootcare.htm
    http://www.redfoottortoisebreeder.com/
    aka Diamondback Terrapins -
    http://www.turtletary.com/specials.htm