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Date:10/30/2014 9:12:53 PM
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Hi Guys
Redneck and Hillbilly here ... Hillbilly was hatched 2 weeks before you guys .. you want to get your hands on them as soon and as much as possible .. get them used to you going into the cage, picking them up, and teaching them how to step. The more interaction you have with them at an early age, the easier it will be in the long run .. be careful though not to favor one over the other ... if you have a soft tone timer .. give each one 10 - 15 minutes a couple times a day .. i make sure my two guys stay cuddlers. don't be afraid to handle them .. the more you show confidence, the more they trust you to do whatever you want in and around their environment ... feel free to come by any time .. her's a vote for you
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