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Old 08-03-04, 10:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Suggestions PLEASE!

Hey everyone!

Well as some know I just moved to Arizona with my aunt and uncle.....so I have limited space (an acre of land...so I can build outdoor enclosures for any lizards..but I'm not sure I'm gonna get back into them.)

Okay well I am DEFINTALY getting into Scorps and T's...for sure! Hopefully breeding.

But I ALSO want to breed snakes..I have owned a ton in the past...kings...corns...burms..boas...tics...etc etc. I am just wondering what you think will be EASY and yet still PROFITABLE? Cause I do need SOME money

I LOVE the looks of morph corns and kings so I am thinking of them....that means I can have alot....BUT I am totally in love with large constrictors

So ya thats my problem....haha What would you say I go with?

My thoughts were.....

Scorpions
Tarantulas
Various Geckos
Kings
Milks
Corns

OH and the cutest thing ever...babie Tortoises $80 american for a baby Russian..is that good?

Also I am getting a ferret....but he wont have access to the cages so no worries

PLEASE help me out I LOVE opinions...dont mind some constructive criticism either

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Old 08-03-04, 12:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not sure what you mean by "profit." Are you hoping to be able to make a living off breeding snakes? Or do you just want to have a few snakes that you enjoy keeping and breeding occassionally to hopefully bring in a bit of extra cash every now and then? While lots of people breed snakes, I'm not sure how many actually make a decent living doing only that.
You would also have to think about shipping and such, as there may not be too many herpers in your area.
As for what type of snakes are most profitable... well ... since I haven't bred any... yet... then I don't want to hazard a guess. Personally, I would simply pick some snakes that YOU enjoy keeping just for yourself and not because they might make you money in the future.
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Old 08-03-04, 12:49 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Don, when did you own Retics???? Do you not see this circle that you keep going in??? Everytime you come back to the site, it's the same thing.. 'i'm gonna get into this, im gonna get into that'.. When do you actually decide on one animal and keep it that way????
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Old 08-03-04, 01:07 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Why was he even allowed back? this has been a repeated discussion that always ends in a huge arguement because hes not going to change his ways..
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considering he moved.. i would assume that he has a new IP.. Im sure action will eventually be taken..
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When I say profit...I mean money so that I can feed babies...not personal profit....I have a job for that
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I'm sorry guys.... I didn't realize this person has a history here.
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