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Planning on breeding your precious dwarf blue crayfish? Then this is the show for you, join us this Saturday March 28, 2015 for part 2 of our discussion with Phil Kaiyalethe about the Cambarellus diminitus. This time around Phil will share with us how he breeds his dwarf blues. Listen in and learn how to condition the dwarf blues for breeding, how to properly breed them and how to care for the all the babies. Also Phil will update us on his black dwarf project.
Have a question for Phil about breeding the dwarf blue crayfish? The call in at (657) 383-0091 and ask your question live on the show. If you don’t want to call in you can send your questions to email@example.com and we will get your question answered.
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When male slaves turned 15 years on George farm they had their first inspection. Boys who were under-developed, had their testicles castrated and sent to the market or used on the farm. Each male saved was expected to inseminate 12 females a year. The men were used for breeding for 5 years. One slave name Burt has produced over 200 offsprings. Join Host Antoinette Harrell for this open discussion on breeding plantations.
According to Wikipedia, "Slave breeding in the United States became a common practice among slave holders and plantation owners as a result of several factors, including fears of rebellion from the increasing numbers of newly arrived slaves from Africa, and the economic impact caused by newly passed laws that restricted or eliminated the importation of slaves to Britain and the United States."
Many African Americans have mixed-raced ancestors. We will discuss the best genealogical resources to document these ancestors.
Join Host Antoinette Harrell and Co-Host Robin Foster for this open discussion on slave holders in the slave breeding plantations.
We are back! We have been doing this for over 1 year incase you haven't noticed.. Topics range from Health, Tips, Tricks, Promotions and just a plain old good time converating about the breed we love.. The AMERICAN BULLY as well as other breeds. Shortybulls, Exotic Bullies and More!
Tune in tonight and every Monday night to listen! 2 ways, follow the links online or call 619-639-4636..
If you would like to talk to us, press 1 to let us know you want to be on the air!
As of January 14th of 2015 a war began to brew. One of the top shows NXT moved to Wednesdays to make room for SmackDowns return to Thursdays. The Wrestling Community finds two exciting wrestling shows on the same time. The new pride and breeding ground for new WWE talent versus the young company, Lucha Underground. We will discuss the differences between both products and if a Wrestling War is still possible with the WWE Network and other advances in technology. Also we will review the Extreme Rules ppv and the return of The King of the Ring. The Wrestling world took a heavy blow when Wrestling Legend and Verne Gagne passed away
In this episode we will be talking all about breeding and the upcoming breeding season. We will be discussing all of our experiences and things that we have learned through out the past year.
We will be talking about our favorite projects as well as our favorite projects that our fellow breeders are giving a go this season.
Fort Wayne Fish Tanks and Captain Ross, two YouTubers will be here on Aquatics Euphoria to discuss the breeding project they will be undertaking shortly. Here to discuss their plans for breeding livebearers, will be Devin and Chase from Fort Wayne Indiana. Two young people, two home locations close to one another, have come together for one common goal. To breed livebearers. Stop by and meet Devin and Chase. Call in live at 1-347-677-1837 to speak with either guest about their goals in the fish keeping hobby.
On Saturday February 7th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst host Gerald Griffin welcomes the Grand Champions, Karen MacAuley and Mike Cuaresma, to the show fotr a discussion on breeding and showing your Bettas.Important information will be shared with our listeners if you are thinking of entering your Bettas for show. Tune in and feel free to call in and speak with Gerald, Karen or Mike during the show.
Joe Hupp of Australedonian Geckos and Dart Frogs is a keeper and breeder of many exotic and rare species that are coveted by keepers, breeders and enthusiasts. Our discussion will cover a wide array of species and locals including specific husbandry. We will focus on African and Australian species in this special episode. There are so many different and amazing species available for us to work with today. This episode will surely expand your horizons and help you consider adding something very special to our collection. We welcome your phone calls. Call in with questions and discussion topics. The call in number is 646-478-5331. Once connected press #1 to be put into the call que to come on the air. If you'd just like to listen on your phone don't press 1 and you will be able to hear the live broadast. If your on a tablet or PC join us in our chatroom while the live show airs by following this show link.
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Chase Spaw a 14 year old fish hobbyist is breeding live bearers with a passion. he is good for what he does. So, all you young fishkeeping hobbyists ought to tune ih to this wonderful show. In this episode Chase speaks his mind on Hybrids and Glofish. I can't wait to hear what he has to say aboutthese species of fish! Come join us live as we discuss these fishwith Chase Spaw! Chase lives in Fort Wayne Indiana and breeds live bearers!
Special Kentucky Derby edition!
Includes a look at the latest Derby doings in the News & Notes segment and a host of great guests in the U. of Bet segment:
LAUREN STICH: A pedigree expert with three books on the subject to her credit, Lauren offers her take on the Dosage Index, the “Storm Cat Jinx” and probable Derby favorite American Pharoah. She also unveils her Derby dark horse and gives her opinion on what to look for in a horse’s pedigree.
STEVE DAVIDOWITZ: Author of “Betting Thoroughbreds,” Steve opines on the perceived post-one bias in the Kentucky Derby and the “bounce theory,” as well as the prospects of Derby probables American Pharoah, Mubtaahij, Frosted and others.
JOHN SCHEINMAN: Winner of the 2014 Media Eclipse Award for Writing, John offers his thoughts on the probable Derby pace and a variety of Derby contenders. He also gives his opinion on the Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao bout.
MARK CRAMER: With a book titled “Kinky Handicapping” (among others) to his credit, you know Mark is going to have some great insights on horseracing and the Kentucky Derby — and he doesn’t disappoint. He explains why breeding tends to be overrated in the Derby and shares his unique perspective on Bolo, racing in Dubai and trainer Michael de Kock.
Lastly, in the Handicapping segment, host Derek Simon analyzes the entire Derby field and gives his “contenders” and “pretenders,” along with his thoughts on how to play the big race.
Hard core Reptile Radio fans know CK's buddy and Ball Python breeding partner extraordinaire Scott Wysocki is into all kinds of reptiles. Recently, Scott has been aquiring some super tasty Boa morphs and really wants to talk about it! Whether you suffer from reptile disfunction, or just need your 'Double R' fix, join CK and Scotto for a good ol' fashioned throwback-style-bs'in-with-the-guys episode of multi-species herp talk right here!
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