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Re: [Killietalk] Locating eggs in peat?
Before somebody raising some non prolific Notho or SAA flames me, I know Ken
and with what he is likely to work with, there should be plenty of eggs.
Looking for eggs is sometimes necessary to save space and be sure you ship
what you promised. Also sometimes just to confirm you got some. I
understand, but I don't ship eggs much unless it is out of the country and
then except for a nice clear, fresh unsticky egg like from a Notho, they
are really tough to see. Anyone out there who disagrees with this enough to
criticcise what I said to Ken, just tell me you look for eggs to pick them
and throw away the peat you got them from knowing you got most of the eggs!
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