Anyone here breed ASF's? I have about 5 groupings and while they all have produced litters in the past, 4 of the 5 groups have stopped. Do ASF's "burn out" and no longer produce when they get older? They say you cant mix the groupings up because the ASF's will kill each other. I do believe this...
I have 70 live multis available, 36 female and 34 males to be specific.
Very good quality and well fed, can either go as food or for breeding in groups.
£1.50 each or if the lot are taken they can go for £85.