Did a search here and didn't see this subject covered much,
so here goes seasoned Corn Breeders,
if you don't mind, some basic Q & A for ya'll.
What causes egg binding?
How can one prevent / discourage it?
What are the symptoms of egg binding?
Is an eggbound Corn obviously, apparently distressed?
What is the Treatment(s) commonly used?
What is the concensus cause on egg binding in snakes?
In avian circles, it is generally agreed that egg binding is calcium deficiency and lack of excercise related.
A bird given a diet rich in calcium can show signs of calcium deficiency if the phosphorus or Vitamin D3 levels are not in proper balance.
Excercised birds,put into large "Conditioning"type flight cages
prior to a breeding season with an adequate, balanced ratio of calcium / phosphurous/ D3 (indoor birds) in there diet, have very low incidence's of egg binding.
Jumping jacks for snakes maybe.
keep it moving.hup,two,hup,two
Providing climbing branches could provide a little / some excercise.
I see some people like to "swim" there snakes for ten minutes or so a couple times a week / occasionally.
Is excercise a benefit in conditioning a pre-brumation, post- brumation cornsnake for breeding purposes,
Pool's and excercise equipment for snakes, what's the world coming to