Cherry head hatchling/well-started

TC_Romeo92

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Hi all!
I'm looking at getting a cherry head, I think I would feel more at ease with a well started hatchling but there's just something about tiny they are to start out and being able to watch them grow essentially from the start. However I understand that hatchling tend to be more fragile and a well started one takes some stress out of the equation. With that said I understand there aren't really many hatchling this time of year but that the spring time there probably will be. I'm keeping an eye out on @southernrfor when he has a clutch available but if there is anyone else who will have some then or know of a good breeder that might, that would be great.
Thanks!
 

Armadillogroomer

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If you haven't contacted them already, Tortstork is another reliable online seller. His cherryheads are on the expensive side, but they are healthy.

Hopefully someone here can help you out. With redfoots, even if you find a yearling or young adult in need of a home, you'll still get to see them grow :)
 
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