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    Pictures of my little Balls!

    Here are 2 2011 BP's. The Black Pewter's name is Night and he weighs in at 207 grams as of today. Kira is the bumble bee and she weighs in at 160 grams. She was much smaller than he was when I got them and it still shows today. She will close the weight gap eventually though. lol

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    I hope you enjoyed the pictures!

    Now how big should BP's be at 1 years of age?

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    Missed a picture - oops...lol


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    Nice snakes. Their size depends on what the feeding schedule is
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    0.1 Cinnamon 50% poss. het pied
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    @Mike41793 I don't want obese ball's. I want a healthy weight. I know much more about boa's and I have been feeding them like I do my boa's except they were able to go up to rat pups a lot quicker than my boa's.

    What is usually the typical size a 1 year old ball should be?

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    They both look great! As far as size goes at 1 year it varies and depends on so much like your feeding schedule, the size of the meals and if they are a great eater or a picky eater just to name a few. They could range anywhere from 500-1000 grams plus at 1 year.

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    I thought you had smaller balls... LOL




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    Nice snakes! Size at one year is quite variable and depends on several factors. Your male will reach breeding size more quickly than your female.
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    Very nice snakes! Good choice.. Pewter Bee's are one of my biggest goals.. Hopefully next year!!
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    I couldn't help myself but I giggled at the title of your thread........

    Love your snakes, they are beautiful!
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    I doubt ur snakes are a full year old if they're in the 200g range. I typically get 200 g after a few months of having a new snake, fyi.. well fed/maintained snakes can easily put on 100g per month. Good luck to u with them! Should make some fantastic babies

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