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Grade B frozen mice
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Old 11-22-2019, 08:12 PM   #1
SneakySnake01
Grade B frozen mice

Hello,

Anyone buy the grade b frozen mice from mice direct?

Right now looking at pinky mice.

Description of grade B: “These are B-Grade quality. They have the same nutritional value at A-Grade. They may be slightly bloody, or have more than a normal amount of moisture or feces or urine visible in the bag. They are a great way to save money on your feeders. We list what we have available and the price can vary based on availability

Quantity per bag: 100
Weight Each (Grams): 2-3
Length (Inches): .5-1
Age (Days): 2-4”

Figure mice have all that stuff in them, in the case of grade B some just got on the outside.

I’m planning on buying from a local reptile expo, however, no guarantee they will have what I want.


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Old 11-22-2019, 08:20 PM   #2
SneakySnake01
Duplicate. Can an admin delete. Got an error posting and got a duplicate.


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