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MagicSqueak



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PostSubject: Why going with your instincts sometimes works...   Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:00 pm

I remember being told when I first got into royals "Never ever feed them chicks, they'll never go back onto rats"....Well that's funny, cos Gandalf's feeding chart goes:

01/12/2010 - Chick (drop)
08/12-2010 - Chick (drop)
15/12/2010 - Sm. Weaner rat (strike)

No scenting or trickery...he just ate them! Boo-ya!

It sometimes pays to take a risk if it gets an animal feeding....unfortunatley this trick didnt fool Obi, who still think sif he starves himself, he gets a lady.

(I know for a big adult male a small weaner is but a snack but he's not eaten for a couple of months before the 1st December and he turned up a jumbo rat the week before the chick so i'm moving him up bit by bit...)
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PostSubject: Re: Why going with your instincts sometimes works...   Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:30 pm

Just goes to show that these people who are recognised for knowing what they are talking about, sometimes talk a load of rubbish. Glad he's feeding.
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PostSubject: Re: Why going with your instincts sometimes works...   Thu Dec 16, 2010 8:15 am

Experience counts for everything but at the end of the day the only experience you have is your own.
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