F
Reaction score
29

Profile posts Latest activity Postings About

  • When Stump is in the box, he comes out to eat only and them goes back. It keeps the food fresh and out of the substrate, any urine, etc. Also, with cypress mulch you can rinse, dry in the sun and reuse.
    F
    Fire_bug80
    Was he my torts size when you got he/she?
    R
    ryan57
    I'll post in the thread. March 21st of this year. 702grams this evening.
    F
    Fire_bug80
    So you think with the humidity and and temp he will grow like yours?
    Personalities... I am seriously considering starting a forum where these downers will not be allowed to exist. Again, it's not rocket science. Look at Stump's shell. Right.
    R
    ryan57
    I've noticed in the yard they appreciate eating at their level and the resistance of leaves being on the stalk makes it easy for them to eat.
    F
    Fire_bug80
    So the mazuri is the most important
    R
    ryan57
    By far. It has the most calories and for year one there is to be a bit more protein in the diet according to Mazuri. I called them. They said LS small tortoise for the first year and then regular LS.
    Stump eats his 1/2 to 1 body size in greens per day in addition to the Mazuri soaked for 10 minutes in hot water and drained every morning. Eats grass and weeds from the yard now and walks for over 1/4 mile when he goes on an expedition for bird poop and dry worms. s/he should be called a turdoise. Turds are a passion.
    F
    Fire_bug80
    I feed Romaine with the Mazuri rotating with grass from my yard
    • Like
    Reactions: ryan57
    I posted the photos in the thread because you can't here.

    Here's the real info... pick up Mazuri LS small tortoise for the first year and then Mazuri LS beyond year one.
    chopped greens, pick up some cuttlebone for $5 on amazon and lots of exercise and natural sunshine if you can. As you can see stump has no pyramiding thanks to Tom and the humidity. The key is enough food.
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
Top