Redfoot Hatchling Squish Redfoot This redfoot hatchling left the Ranch in May 2017 for new home with Tracy D on Florida East Coast. Tracy says that Squish is doing great, is amazing, and she hopes to get a friend for him real soon. Pics include a baby pic just after arrival and a more recent…
Redfoot Adult Adult Redfoot This adult female redfoot left the Ranch in June 2018 for new home with Kathy S in Delmont, PA. Note from Kathy:“Melvita is doing great! She has just turned 3 and we got her 2 1/2 years ago from you at the FIRExpo. Thank you!”
Redfoot Hatchling Melvita Redfoot This redfoot left the Ranch as a hatchling in the fall of 2016 for new home with Mary M in Florida. Note from Mary:“Melvita is doing great! She has just turned 3 and we got her 2 1/2 years ago from you at the FIRExpo. Thank you!”
Redfoot Hatchling Boney This redfoot hatchling left the Ranch in December 2016 for new home with Cassandra P in Hazard, KY. Note from Cassandra: “I got my little guy from Redfoot Ranch last year. His name is Boney. His favorite foods are mushrooms, papaya, mango, turnip greens, and hibiscus flowers. His favorite thing to do…
Redfoots, Spurthighs, Leopards, Other Torts Tortoise Hatchling Care Feel Free To Contact Us With Any Questions: Housing Bedding Lighting Feeding Supplements Soaking
Two Spurthigh Hatchlings Being Shipped Packaging for Shipment 3/4 inch Styrofoam Box Liners Each Animal in Separate Internal Container Deli Cups for Smaller Items; Sacks for Larger Ones Packed Newspaper or Other Fill Material Heat/Cool Packs as Necessary (Inside Styrofoam) Punctured on Box Sides for Air
Redfoot Hatchlings Mealtime for Redfoot Babies While the diet for our baby redfoots consists almost exclusively of greens, they occasionally can be fed selected fruit items. Strawberries are a favorite.
Cherryheads Cherryheads Because of high demand, we typically run out of cherryhead hatchlings very soon after their arrival. The popularity of this redfoot sub-species is largely due to their beautiful coloration. If none are available when you are looking, just let us know as we can prioritize your order when more become available
Spurthigh Hatchling Tortoises With a Big Appetite Our spurthigh tortoises are veracious eaters. This baby spurthigh is getting his fill of some nice lettuce. Eventually, he’ll likely grow to around the size of my pet Sherman shown below.
Stop to Assist Turtle Crossing Road Why Did the Turtle Cross the Road? I’m pretty good at spotting turtles in the road (so, why not show a spotted turtle). I’ll always stop to help them get to a safer place.
Redfoot Ranch Interview at Repticon Oh, Look at His Dinausaur Legs! Redfoot Ranch was highlighted in interview by 50th St at the Orlando Repticon in December 2016. We look forward to meeting you should you get the chance to attend one of the Repticon shows in Central Florida.