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pacific chelonians

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I’ve been meaning to do this for quite a while, but I guess late is better than never. I am writing this on Thanksgiving, so happy Thanksgiving to everybody. Here is a little bit of info about me. I am a breeder in Southern California (SanDiego), I specialize in mostly tropical species but I do work with some less tropical species. Here is a list of what I breed incase you are curious.

TORTOISES
1.Leopard tortoise
2.Cherry head redfoots
3.Colombian redfoots
4.Bolivian redfoots
5.Hypo redfoots
6.Burmese brown mountains
7.Forestens tortoises
8.Elongated tortoise
9. radiated tortoise

TURTLES
1. Chinese box turtles
2. Indian spotted turtles

I successfully produce all of these yearly that being said quantities are very limited. I am not a huge breeder and only produce what I can. If anyone has questions regarding any of the species I have listed I am more than happy to answer them.
 

Ink

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I never new you breed tortoises. Nice to know. Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you for sharing
 

Ray--Opo

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I’ve been meaning to do this for quite a while, but I guess late is better than never. I am writing this on Thanksgiving, so happy Thanksgiving to everybody. Here is a little bit of info about me. I am a breeder in Southern California (SanDiego), I specialize in mostly tropical species but I do work with some less tropical species. Here is a list of what I breed incase you are curious.

TORTOISES
1.Leopard tortoise
2.Cherry head redfoots
3.Colombian redfoots
4.Bolivian redfoots
5.Hypo redfoots
6.Burmese brown mountains
7.Forestens tortoises
8.Elongated tortoise
9. radiated tortoise

TURTLES
1. Chinese box turtles
2. Indian spotted turtles

I successfully produce all of these yearly that being said quantities are very limited. I am not a huge breeder and only produce what I can. If anyone has questions regarding any of the species I have listed I am more than happy to answer them.
Welcome, all those different breeds must keep you busy.
 

jeff kushner

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Maybe I see things differently but to me:
That is a LOT of different eco-systems to maintain.....very cool that you are so into it!
 

Team Gomberg

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Welcome.

May I ask how you start your leopard tortoise hatchlings? I am regularly asked for breeder recommendations and would love to know if there are more I can refer.
 

AmandaF

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I’ve been meaning to do this for quite a while, but I guess late is better than never. I am writing this on Thanksgiving, so happy Thanksgiving to everybody. Here is a little bit of info about me. I am a breeder in Southern California (SanDiego), I specialize in mostly tropical species but I do work with some less tropical species. Here is a list of what I breed incase you are curious.

TORTOISES
1.Leopard tortoise
2.Cherry head redfoots
3.Colombian redfoots
4.Bolivian redfoots
5.Hypo redfoots
6.Burmese brown mountains
7.Forestens tortoises
8.Elongated tortoise
9. radiated tortoise

TURTLES
1. Chinese box turtles
2. Indian spotted turtles

I successfully produce all of these yearly that being said quantities are very limited. I am not a huge breeder and only produce what I can. If anyone has questions regarding any of the species I have listed I am more than happy to answer them.
That is amazing x
 

Team Gomberg

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If you haven't already, please consider sharing pictures of your hatchling chambers. I know many of us have done closed chambers a little bit differently and whenever we share our different set ups, it serves a larger variety of people.
:tort: :tort:
 

pacific chelonians

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If you haven't already, please consider sharing pictures of your hatchling chambers. I know many of us have done closed chambers a little bit differently and whenever we share our different set ups, it serves a larger variety of people.
:tort: :tort:
I use vision cages as many people do I don’t have any hatchling leopard at the moment so no set up but I have some photos of raise up redfoots
 

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