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Re: Few female Problems.

Post by samsleopardgeckos on Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:39 pm

Hi Jordan

This is what Jakub said
from this breeding you will get:
MSS Enigmas, MSS, MS Enigma, MS – all 50% poss het for BB.
(if both males did the job)

Sam


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Re: Few female Problems.

Post by Jordan on Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:04 pm

[quote="Kermit"]
Jordan wrote:For the territorial part have you tried bringing the female to the male's cage insted of him to her? This often works with cage aggressive rabbits. Also leaving her in his cage overnight and him in hers can make her more accepting. Being in there overnight and smellinghis "maleness" can make her moer receptive.

As far as the female slow to develop her eggs, is she a first time breeder? How are you supplimenting her?

Yeh tried it both ways, it seemed to stress her a lot going into another cage, its like moving house i suppose. But when the male goes into hers he's a bit stressed about moving but forgets about that when there is a female to mate with haha. Ive had better results this way each year but yeh i tried both. They were left in for two nights but no mating took place.
And then another male met her to do the job instead and got down to it right away.

She is supplemented with Vetark Nutrobal (only in england i think), every 2 feedings, and a bottle cap of it left in the cage. she has small calcium bubble's so she should have plenty of calcium for the eggs.
Oh and yes she's a first time.


samsleopardgeckos wrote:Hi Jordan

This is what Jakub said
from this breeding you will get:
MSS Enigmas, MSS, MS Enigma, MS – all 50% poss het for BB.
(if both males did the job)


Ah thats alright then. sort of makes sense, thats what i would have guessed if i had to.
Hopefully still get some SSenigma's Smile

thanks Sam.
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Re: Few female Problems.

Post by samsleopardgeckos on Tue Mar 01, 2011 5:39 am

thats ok glad i could help.

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