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    Currently I've been collecting eggs every day. Once a week eggs go into the incubator. The first batch of eggs is on day 19 and just starting to pip. Prior to pipping the eggs will move and you can hear little clicks as the baby pecks at the shell.
    1.1 SD reticulated pythons, 1.3 Carpet pythons
    13.16 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.2 dogs
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    x.x.many fancy mice, asf, chickens and quail

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    Re: Button quail

    Are you planning to feed these on a regular basis or as more of a once in a while thing? I would love to breed Buttons and if I could use extras as feeders that would be awesome. They seem a bit small though, and I wonder if you would have to feed more than one per feeding.
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    0.0.1 Albino Corn Snake

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    These will be feeders. These are the smallest of the quail species. Their size as an adult is on par with a jumbo mouse. So a quail that is a few weeks old is equal to a hopper mouse. I have a bunch of smaller colubrids and pythons so the size is good for them. For a ball they would be good for hatchlings and juvies.
    1.1 SD reticulated pythons, 1.3 Carpet pythons
    13.16 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.2 dogs
    0.2 cat
    x.x.many fancy mice, asf, chickens and quail

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