Message Number: YG56 | New FHL Archives Search
Date: 2001-02-20 10:43:00 UTC
Subject: Re: younger ages

--- In Ferret-Health-list@y..., Sukie Crandall <sukiecrandall@t...>

> We tried providing more darkness due to studies on that factor in
> non-ferrets in relation to hormonal neoplasias and malignancies. It
> did not seem to matter. Of course, our sample here is too small to
> say anything conclusive.
Didn't make a difference for me either,and now I have one that had it
start at age two.She turned three shortly afterward.The only thing
I've noticed is my males don't seem to be getting it.Probably nothing
more than chance.I have an ex breeder,and so far at four she shows no