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Breeding mice in Satin, Champagne, Dove, Merle, and Tans.

I'd also love a few show mice, although I doubt I'd ever get the chance to show them. (We have no shows or events anywhere near here)

I'm in the NC area. Near Spartanburg SC would also be a viable option as I sometimes find myself traveling there.
 

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North Carolina and South Carolina are under the jurisdiction of the ECMA (http://www.eastcoastmice.com). I am in Kentucky and there's at least one breeder in Tennessee. Both of us breed show mice.

Why do you breed so many varieties, I wonder? Some breeders of show mice won't adopt to people who try to concentrate on so many varieties because it's harder to do any one variety correctly. One, two, or three varieties is usually the upper limit when you're breeding for show, at least for most people...
 

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Jack Garcia said:
North Carolina and South Carolina are under the jurisdiction of the ECMA (http://www.eastcoastmice.com). I am in Kentucky and there's at least one breeder in Tennessee. Both of us breed show mice.

Why do you breed so many varieties, I wonder? Some breeders of show mice won't adopt to people who try to concentrate on so many varieties because it's harder to do any one variety correctly. One, two, or three varieties is usually the upper limit when you're breeding for show, at least for most people...
I'm only concentrating on the champagne right now, but If I can't find any quality breeders I may switch them to pets and go with something else. I want to concentrate on just ONE line, but I need better quality mice.
 
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