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    I am going to be investing in 6 Boaphile cages for my future breeders and was curios about minimum size. I have read that an encloser 48' long would be big enough but seems small given the growth potential of redtails. What size are you all using for your breeding stock?

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    I'll be using 421ds Double heat, exandable ends, the whole deal And for the babies, RhinoRacks

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      i just use a 421d with built in doubleheat thats for a close to 8foot female and shes fine in there shes also bout 30 pounds

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        Re: Breeding requirements

        Originally posted by Cthulhu
        I am going to be investing in 6 Boaphile cages for my future breeders and was curios about minimum size. I have read that an encloser 48' long would be big enough but seems small given the growth potential of redtails. What size are you all using for your breeding stock?
        I personally will be using 6 foot boaphiles (two 3ft boaphiles together) for larger females. And 4 foot boaphiles for smaller ones. I may try to incorporate Jeff's dark box option for the end, this will give the female a place to "hide" if she feels like it... more options.

        I will be using ballroom rhinoracks for smaller breeder males and up-and-coming boas. Newborns will go straight into sweater boxes... from there they will either be sold or graduate to the ballroom racks.

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