When should you get a laying bin for a charm?I think you've got a she, i dont see tarsal spurs on the hind leg in the picture... It also looks like a her.
How long have you had your cham?
If it's a her she could be producing eggs soon. Make sure you read up onaying bins.
Oh and it can take a lot of time for a cham to tolerate his owner, some may never appreciate you. Give it time, take it slow, dont force her to do anything.
She will lay eggs regardless. Can you explain to me how you plan to address the needs of her reproductive cycle? Or whatever you know of it...
Yes cutting back on food and temp will produce a smaller clutch size.Not to help with laying but help her have a smaller egg batch. Sorry wrong term
Yes cutting back on food and temp will produce a smaller clutch size.
Now, what are the signs of a female needing to lay eggs and what do you have to do as a keeper to ensure everything goes smoothly?