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    Wow, I am really sorry. That is a beautiful female. That hurts to hear, I can't fathom what you must feel, besides anger. Best of luck on your other projects. I have females that I also have a gut feeling on them being pregnant. Based on behavior and temperatures. I am just assuming they are and hoping they deliver. I will definitely learn from your mistake and try to not make it.
    Thank you for sharing....

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    Thanks for sharing this Jeff. This hobby can only get better if we all share and learn from the hard times. So we owe you one buddy.
    I agree with this

    I'm with you brother. I had mine pegged for sure. Have pictures of copulation too. These things happen, but we live and learn. Take it with you and spread the knowledge (which you just did). There is always next season and the next after that.
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    Sorry to hear that bro. The good news is that she's okay and will live to produce for you in later years. Best of luck man and thanks for sharing the info!

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    Sorry Jeff -- I've been having the same feelings about my Hog girl, who I'm sure ovulated, but now doesn't look or act gravid . I'm suspecting a slugger unfortunately . Thanks for sharing Jeff .

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    That really sucks, man. Sorry to hear that. How many did she end up having?
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    Thanks!

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    That really sucks, man. Sorry to hear that. How many did she end up having?
    There were 2 albinos, 1 albino Arab, 1 normal Arab, 1 normal, 3 solid slugs and I think 2 of the runny, gooey slugs. Hard to tell with all the excess yolk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oregonboas View Post
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    There were 2 albinos, 1 albino Arab, 1 normal Arab, 1 normal, 3 solid slugs and I think 2 of the runny, gooey slugs. Hard to tell with all the excess yolk.
    Just a total of ten, hun? Any chance there are still a few in there? Maybe there's hope yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoaChris View Post
    Just a total of ten, hun? Any chance there are still a few in there? Maybe there's hope yet?
    Thanks, but I am pretty sure she's done.
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    Thanks Jeff for posting this. I have kinda the same situation going on. I bred a real nice normal girl to my Inferno male. I saw solid courting for a couple of weeks then he just stopped. I never saw her ovulate or shed. She doesn't sit on the heat and has almost completely lost her normal feeding response. She usually refuses but will eat about once every 6 weeks. I pulled the male in January I just don't know what to expect with this girl. She did eat last week so maybe I will wait a month or so befor trying to feed her again.
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    Sorry for your loss Jeff , at least Mom is still healthy and can produce many future litters for you.
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