Today was full of events: two ovulations (one from pastel calico, another from enchi) and one clutch from pastel lesser laid!
As of now I have these great breeder females that laid recently available. Back on feed with a vengeance!
These breeder females will be available after they lay and have a couple meals:
Contact us to inquire about these great breeder girls.
I haven't had much luck getting females to lay eggs during the breeding season of their second winter. Most people have a rule of thumb, such as "making weight," before they even start introducing males. This season is different for me because I have the ultrasound machine. It comes in handy when I want to know which of the younger females (2011 hatch) are developing follicles.
One of them is this beautiful het red axanthic yellow belly female. She was produced by Tom Barnhart. When I saw her crazy pattern and rusted coloration I knew I had to have her. Now she is in the 1400g range and had 8mm follicles a month ago. After a couple lockups, she is now at 13mm and I'm confident that if she keeps feeding eagerly and locking up she will be a late layer this season....
G-H-I = Gotta Have It! This is the most in demand morph right now. Just look at the combos: pastave super ghi, pastel lesser ghi, banan mojave ghi, and the list goes on.
Here's your opportunity to plug this gene into your breeding projects: A 2013 ghi male. Males born early in the hatching season have the best shot at breeding the following season. Get a jump start with this guy. Visit the availability page for pricing and more info.