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Thread: New Breeder!!

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    Question New Breeder!!

    Well, i did some math and it would be a lot easier to breed my own mice. Can anyone give me some advice on how 2 go about doing this?
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    Re: New Breeder!!

    You cant breed fuzzies there to young!

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    Re: New Breeder!!

    Well I mean breed mice.

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    Re: New Breeder!!

    I mean Mice

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    Re: New Breeder!!

    Start with 1 male & 3or4 females and let nature take care of the rest

    anymore than 1 male and they will fight.

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    Re: New Breeder!!

    how much do they usually cost
    how big does the cage need 2 be

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    Re: New Breeder!!

    You can keep 1 male and 3-4 females in a 10 gallon aquarium. Personally, keep a male in one enclosure(a small rubbermaid) and circulate the females through the males enclosure to try to control the pregnancies. And I like to have seperate enclosures for 'birthing'. As far a price goes....the cost of the initial mice, weekly costs of bedding and food. Thats is about it. THere is alot of mice breeding info available on the net....just do a quick search..you will find all you need to know I also use rubbermaid tubs instead of aquariums to cut down on costs.
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    Re: New Breeder!!

    i do like daniel mentioned. I use tubs and will rotate one male for my mice and rats...this way you can kinda controll what you will have when and try and form a steady operation for your needs.
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