All of my Redfoot’s for sale are F2’s, meaning they are captive bred from captive bred parents. Most hatchlings available today are F1’s, which means the parents were wild caught.
Unfortunately, I can’t ship until early June this year in the Upper Midwest, but feel free to leave me a voice mail message if you have interest in one.
All of the 2012’s were incubated at a consistent 85 degrees, so they will be a mix of males and females.
2012 Redfoot #5 – $145
Flawless and gorgeous – born on New Years Day 2013 with solid orange top of head patching and side head patching.
I wanted to ask if your site is current, and if we could correspond when I have questions about tortoises? I’ve loved and been fascinated by/drawn to tortoises since I was a child and finally I’m adopting a Redfoot this month that is at least 3 years old; the current caretaker has had him for 3 years, but I don’t know how old he was when they got him/her. Then next month, I have a little Russian coming. I had asked another individual who also raises Redfoots about corresponding, but they never replied.
At some point in the near future, I hope to adopt or purchase a few more of both the Redfoots and the Russians. I think everybody needs somebody who “speaks their language and gets their jokes” to hang out with. I see the videos of the little groups of tortoises and they’re just adorable, so I think it’s a good idea to have more than one.