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 Post subject: Re: Fancy Mice Keepers forum is now live
PostPosted: Sat Jan 31, 2015 6:04 pm 
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wee white mice wrote:
Can you tell me why people would cause problems? Is this regarding mice for reptiles or that their are lots of mice needing adopted etc? If someone could give me a brief unbiased example I would appreciate it so I know what to not wander in to.

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Hey Scott.
Don't worry, you're in the right place. Continue to post on here, the FMK forum is no longer in use. Problems arose a few years ago as a mixture of different ethical methods became a strong vocal point. This is no longer an issue and this forum (despite being named Fancy Mice Breeders) welcomes mouse minded people from all areas, be it exhibition breeding, pet breeding, feeder breeding....whatever! All we ask is that all members are respectful of other methods. The forum is peaceful now :)



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 Post subject: Re: Fancy Mice Keepers forum is now live
PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2015 7:51 pm 
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As a past breeder of backs and blues I would like to know anyone who is breeding blacks at present.I had many winning black in from 1955 until 1964


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 Post subject: Re: Fancy Mice Keepers forum is now live
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Cookson and Webster.They aren't online though ,details in your yearbook.


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 Post subject: Re: Fancy Mice Keepers forum is now live
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I have question i have a 3wk old litter and recently foynd little mites on cage and the youngster. Is there a home remedy to which i can use to get rid of them?
I was told try olive oil then bath.
I'm worried about my babies i have another cage in another room with a litter thats a week younger but the size of the younger ones is bigger.
Please help so i can make sure they are healthy


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