Friday, June 17, 2011

DO THEY SELL FROZEN MICE? IF SO, WHERE?



They’ve been around since 1993 and are headquartered in Evansville, Indiana. Essentially they sell frozen critters (rats, mice, guinea pigs, rabbits – and the occasional quail) to hobbyists, commercial reptile breeding facilities, raptor sanctuaries, and some of the nation's largest and the most respected zoos and aquariums across the country.

They sell mice of all ages (from pinkies to fuzzies to hoppers to weanlings to adults). Oh and for those people that own 7 or 8 crocs I included the mice price list. Pretty reasonable if you ask me.

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29 comments:

  1. I wonder if they taste like chicken!

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  2. Well, I guess you never know when you need some frozen rodents

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  3. Nice to know, in case I ever need any frozen rodents. My son showed me the teeny tiny live ones he got for his alligator and I was mad as a hornet! It's one thing when they hunt their food in the wild, it's another to provide it for them, LIVE!

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  4. a mousecicle! Where do you find this stuff, and how do you have the time to find this stuff? haha

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  5. wow, I always wanted to build a bridge out of mice, Thanx for this!

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  6. If life has taught me anything, it's that you never know when you'll need a frozen mouse.

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  7. Try McDonald's...I believe they make their chicken mcnuggets out of frozen mice.

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  8. My brother buys them to feed to his snakes. Has to wiggle them about a bit though otherwise the snakes won't take them!

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  9. yes i used to buy them when i had a savanah monitor!

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  10. What pray tell do you think the hobbyists actually do with the mice popsicles?

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  11. Take a lot of mice to feed one croc...

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  12. Wow, bag of frozen mice. Yeah, I agree with some of the comments above, what DO they do with all of this?!?!

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  13. Did you send this post to Richard Gere?

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  14. Under 20 bucks for 5000 frozen mice??! That my friend is a deal! I'm thinking it would be a great idea to spread them all over the dance floor this Halloween! Or..have them in a pinata..oh my god, the possibilities! Or, instead of a barrel of monkeys, a Barrel of Frozen Mice!

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  15. A mouse isn't going to satisfy a croc or gator. That's for sure. Now a frozen turkey, chicken, body part....haha

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  16. Those guys bring the food chain idea closer to home.

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  17. Time for a summer barbecue and some frozen mouse-sicles. It's that hot time of year when I only eat my rodents frozen.

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  18. Considering they breed at the speed of sound you might actually be getting stiffed.

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  19. I bet there best customers are schools and snakes!

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  20. If I had to feed a hungry snake a mouse, I'd much rather give it an already dead one. Ick....Never mind....I don't like snakes.

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  21. i have no idea how you find this stuff out, i know i've said it 100 times, but really.
    p.s. why are mice in real life scary to me, yet the little guy in your pic seems so cute. arggh!

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  22. The blogger above (ally) had said what I wanted to say... sigh, I'm a bit slow sometimes....

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  23. THOSE MICE ARE SOOOO CUTE.

    But no, I'm not going to order them in the hundreds. Does this website, like, cater to the brood of scholars carrying out perverse science experiments or something?

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  24. Nothing better than a chunk of blood sausage and a handful of frozen rat for watching a good movie!

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  25. I used to buy frozen mice to feed my snake. Then we started breeding them ourselves - sometimes if they were too prolific, we froze them ourselves.

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