They grow so fast

DoubleD1996!

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Little foot here will be a year in September. I have 15 eggs in the incubator. I was going to keep them all, but I don't want to risk inbreeding because I'm not sure what male sired each clutch ( and they get around, believe me ) so, I may sell them on the forum. But it's amazing how you never notice the growth until you look back.
 

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jeff kushner

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Someone said they look at worms with an angry disposition.....an apt description.

Hey DD, as a point of reference, and I know there are huge variables....but Matilda(ebt) is 13 mos old and weighs 70 grams. What do you think?

jeff
 

DoubleD1996!

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Someone said they look at worms with an angry disposition.....an apt description.

Hey DD, as a point of reference, and I know there are huge variables....but Matilda(ebt) is 13 mos old and weighs 70 grams. What do you think?

jeff
Sounds about right. Long as the shell growth is good and the animal looks healthy. I'm no expert, but they're individuals and all grow at different rates. And it depends on how often your feeding them etc. But slow and steady is always a good rule of thumb..Mine is 10 months and is heading for 70grams.
 

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