RUSSIAN TORTOISE FOR SALE
The Russian tortoise is a light-colored turtle native to Uzbekistan’s steppes, which lie between Russia and the Middle East. Males of the species are slightly smaller than females, and both are docile creatures that are widely seen in pet stores. Our newborn Russian tortoises for sale are healthy, captive-bred and born specimens that have been raised in the best possible environment.
The smallest tortoise species generally available to keepers is the Russian Tortoise (Testudo horsfieldi). As a result, they are among the most sought after… Green places along the margins of rocky hillsides and deserts in south eastern Russia, Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan are where they can be found.
Russian tortoises are perfect indoor, even tiny apartment tortoises for keepers because they thrive at the same temperatures and humidity levels as people. They have a tenacious, yet outgoing, and welcoming demeanor. They have the ability to recognize their guardians and remain relatively little (males reach about 6 inches, and females just over 7 inches -after many years).
Juvenile Russian Tortoises require more moisture, so we soak ours in warm shallow water for roughly 8 minutes three times a week. We keep their substrate moist as well. Because Russian tortoises are desert animals, they should never be given a water bowl. Their source of hydration is constant availability to greens and short, shallow soakings (3 times a week for hatchlings, twice a week for yearlings and two year olds, and once a week for adults).
Russian tortoises consume grasses and leaves, flowers, and some fruit in the wild. Our tortoises are fed a tortoise diet that includes chopped vegetables and calcium supplements. Also included are romaine lettuce, cactus pads, other greens, and some fruit. Russian tortoises do not drink and instead rely on the metabolic moisture created by their meal to keep themselves hydrated. Ours enjoy temperatures in the low to mid 90s, with a UVB source as well.
Our adult Russian Tortoises are 4 to 5 inches long and weigh 360 to 420 grams. They have great colors. These long-term captives, originally from Uzbekistan, thrive on a diet of dark leafy greens, cactus pads, mixed veggies, and Tortoise food. We supplement their diet with calcium, expose them to natural sunlight (UVB), and soak them once a week.
These tortoises are ideal for air-conditioned houses as well as outdoor cages in colder, drier areas. Russian tortoises are fantastic diggers who excavate burrows swiftly. This size makes wonderful pets and is old enough to add to existing breeding efforts with a little setup forethought.
Russian Tortoises are an excellent species for new keepers because they are one of the easiest to care for and rapidly gain the trust of their owners.
A couple typical Russian Tortoises are shown, though they can be lighter or darker in color. More Russian Tortoises will be hatched and started soon.
For sale is a captive-bred Russian tortoise.
For sale are captive-bred newborns, juveniles, and young adults.
One of the tiniest tortoise species.
Simple to maintain
At adulthood, the Russian tortoise grows to be 5-8 inches long.
Males continue to be smaller than females.
Currently, he eats greens, vegetables, and Mazuri.
Tortoise from Russia Life expectancy is 50-90 years.
Can be kept outside to hibernate or kept indoors all year with no need to hibernate.
Hermann’s, Egyptian, Marginated, Greek, Elongated, and other tortoises belong to the Testudo family.
Every tortoise comes with free lifetime assistance from our customer service staff!
For the greatest baby Russian tortoise hatchlings for sale, Ranchofexoticbreeds is the obvious choice!
Tortoise Town features the most beautiful baby Russian tortoises for sale. While we sell Russian tortoise hatchlings, we recommend purchasing a well-behaved young Russian tortoise. We also provide yearlings, juveniles, and adult Russian tortoises for individuals who desire an easier time rearing their turtle. Most significantly, all of our Russian tortoises are bred in captivity rather than being caught in the wild.
Some of the small tortoise species available for sale at our tortoise farm include Russian tortoises, also known as Horsfield tortoises. Our juvenile Russian tortoises for sale eat calcium-fortified greens, bell peppers, squash, endive, Mazuri tortoise chow, and opuntia cactus, among other things.
Tortoises in Russia remain small.
Once they’ve grown a little bigger, Russian tortoises are one of the easiest pet tortoises to manage, growing to only 5-7 inches in length, with males being smaller than females. We always prefer a well-behaved 6-month-old Russian tortoise baby over a vulnerable hatchling. Well-behaved babies are recommended since they are still young and adorable, but they are much easier to care for and are more active.
Russian tortoises are one of the most popular tortoise species due to their small size, curious personality, and ease of care. When compared to most other tortoise species for sale, Russian tortoises are relatively easy to care for. It is critical to obtain a healthy turtle from a reputable tortoise breeder when purchasing any tortoise.
When possible, buy captive produced Russian Tortoise hatchlings instead of wild caught adults. Our Russian Tortoises for sale are of the highest quality and can be delivered to you via UPS or FedEx. Overnight in insulated shipping containers that are heated or chilled, and come with our live arrival and full 14-day health warranty. A single delivery fee covers up to three tortoises.
Please read our Russian tortoise care leaflet if you want to learn more about Russian tortoise care before buying your new baby Russian tortoise for sale. When looking for tortoises for sale, including a new baby tortoise for sale, keep in mind that tortoise town has the best tortoises for sale, baby turtles for sale, and adult turtles for sale of any turtle store in the world.
Tortoise care in Russia
Russian tortoises are quite easy to care for, so do your research before purchasing one! The key to success is having the right habitat, substrate, lighting, heating, and skins.
UVB lighting for Russian tortoises
Providing UVB lighting to your baby tortoise is essential for producing a healthy Russian tortoise hatchling for sale. A t5 HO tube style lamp should be used to provide UVB. It’s fine to use a 10% or 10.0 UVB lamp as long as the light is kept at a distance of 15-20′′ from the tortoise’s shell. A 12 percent bulb, on the other hand, is even better; it must be mounted 24 inches above the tortoises and has a large output and coverage area. A tortoise UVB light from Arcadia is recommended.
For sale is a baby Russian tortoise. – Relative humidity
The young Russian tortoise, like any other type of baby tortoise for sale, is sensitive to humidity. Maintain a humidity level of 65-70 percent for yearlings through juveniles, 50-60 percent for adults, and 75-80 percent for captive-bred Russian tortoise hatchlings. Using a reptile fogger to keep the humidity up can assist. Some people keep it filled at night by putting it on the same timer as the lights. The fogger can replicate morning dew each morning when it comes on with the UVB lights and the hot spot because it is attached to the same timer.
life expectancy of a young Russian tortoise
Russian tortoises live a long time as babies! A Russian tortoise can live for 50 to 100 years! That’s right, it’s been 100 years! That implies you should plan on keeping your tortoise for the rest of your life and possibly passing it down to a younger family member when you retire.
Russian tortoise diet and cuisine
It is advisable to feed a variety food to your new baby Russian tortoise for sale. We provide a wide range of high-quality fresh greens and vegetables at the tortoise town tortoise farm. Every day, we make a “chopped salad” with Romaine, Collard Greens, Mustard Greens, Endive, Squash, Zucchini, Bell Peppers, Kale, Shredded Carrots, and the occasional tomato using Romaine, Collard Greens, Mustard Greens, Endive, Squash, Zucchini,
Bell Peppers, Kale, Shredded Carrots, and the occasional tomato. During the winter, we utilize Mazuri tortoise food to supplement more Vitamin D3 in our indoor tortoise habitats. The easiest way to soften tortoise chow is to soak it first. Some individuals mix their supplements into the water with the tortoise pellets to ensure that they are absorbed.
Supplements for Russian tortoise
Supplements should be given 2-3 times weekly, just like any other type of nutrition. We recommend taking reptocal, a high-quality calcium supplement with Vitamin D3 that we sell here at the tortoise store. Finally, a vitamin supplement like Vionate can be mixed in with the calcium powder in a 50:50 ratio.
Temperature of a baby Russian tortoise for sale
For both infant Russian tortoise hatchlings for sale and juvenile and adult Russian tortoises for sale, temperature is critical. During the day, a median temperature of 82 degrees with a hot spot of 90 degrees is ideal. Temperatures can dip as low as 75 degrees for babies and 65 degrees for adults during the night. When the temperature drops, your baby Russian tortoise will most likely burrow under the substrate and you will either locate them or “not be able to find them.” Let’s talk about substrate for a moment!
Substrate care for baby Russian tortoises
Anything that is free of additives, pesticides, or fertilizers can be used as a substrate. When blended with forest floor, sold here, a substrate like organic potting mix works beautifully. The forest floor is made up of cypress mulch, which absorbs odors and performs well. Providing a 2-4′′ depth of potting or soil mix can also assist your tortoise dig down correctly and thermoregulate.
For sale is a Russian tortoise that has been bred in captivity.
Take care! The majority of young Russian tortoises for sale in the United States are imported. In comparison to the amount of imported tortoises, captive bred Russian tortoises are in short supply. Each season, however, we produce roughly 150 newborn Russian tortoises for sale at Tortoise Town. As a result, most adult or subadult Russian tortoises for sale are likely wild-caught (imported).
Captive-bred children are rarely reared to adulthood and then sold for a low price. Pet retailers sell wild-caught tortoises for less money because they are imported at such a low cost. The price of captive-bred babies will always be 2-3 times that of these imported Russian tortoises. If you see Russian torts for less than $200.00, they are almost certainly older, wild-caught individuals that should be avoided at all costs.
We sell a variety of ages and sizes using the drop-down shopping cart options. As a result, we sell a variety of Russian tortoise hatchlings. We have well-started baby Russian tortoises for sale in a variety of sizes (recommended over hatchlings). Yearlings and young Russian tortoises are also available.
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All of our baby tortoises for sale online at Ranchofexoticbreeds are captive bred. Our captive bred tortoises and turtles for sale receive the best possible care thanks to the presence of a biologist on-site. Our customer support staff provides the same level of caring guidance to our customers.
We specialize in captive bred tortoises for sale as tortoise breeders. Both infant and adult tortoises are available for purchase at Ranchofexoticbreeds. The best approach to shop for tortoises is by size, as we have the widest assortment of captive bred tortoises anywhere.
When making your purchase, keep in mind the adult size! Although all baby tortoises are little and cute, some grow to be 4 inches long and others to be 24 inches long! Based on how big it will grow to full maturity, choose the size turtle that best fits your lifestyle.
SELECTING THE PERFECT SALE BABY TORTOISE
Choosing a new tortoise can be challenging with so many options, colors, and sizes to choose from. There are several methods for compiling a list of your favorite species and selecting a new member of the shelled family. The majority of the time, consumers choose their new tortoise based on size or price. Keep in mind that, on average, the larger the tortoise, the lower the cost.
This isn’t always the case, though. The Giant Aldabra, for example, is the largest but also the most expensive captive bred tortoise available for purchase at Ranchofexoticpets. Egyptians, for example, are little and only have one or two clutches per year. As a result, they tend to be on the higher end of the scale. Sulcatas, for example, are quite abundant, lay 3-40 eggs per clutch, and are hence the most affordable of all the species.
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All of our tortoises, including young tortoises, come with a 7-day HEALTH GUARANTEE! Shop with confidence, knowing that Ranchofexoticbreeds will deliver the greatest quality baby tortoise to you anywhere in the United States and the world. All of our reptiles for sale are shipped in insulated shipping boxes that are either heated or chilled. Our captive bred tortoises are shipped via UPS or FedEx Early morning Priority overnight delivery. On the day of shipping, our products leave our facility at 7 p.m. and arrive at your doorstep the next morning.
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100% Live Arrival Guarantee
All of our animals come with a 100% live arrival guarantee. We also guarantee that the animal’s sex corresponds to what was reported at the time of purchase. However, there are several conditions under which the live arrival guarantee is void. Continue reading
However, there are several conditions under which the live arrival guarantee is void. These circumstances include the following:
1. On the initial delivery attempt, the buyer or a member of the household must be present to sign for the parcel (COURIER provides time of delivery stamp).
2. A shipping delay caused by carrier carelessness.
3. Temperatures below 32°F or above 99°F at the hub or destination.
4. Customers must pick up animals held for pickup at a COURIER site the same day they arrive. (A photo ID must be provided, and it must match the shipping name.)
5. An incorrect delivery address was entered during checkout, resulting in a shipping delay and rerouting.
6. If the Hold For Pickup option was utilized, all Live Arrival Guarantee requests must be submitted within 30 minutes of the product being dropped off by COURIER or within 30 minutes of the package being picked up at Hub.
Isopods sent in temperatures exceeding 85°F are not covered by the Live Arrival Guarantee.
If your animal dies in transit, we will require you, the buyer, to send a picture of the deceased animal on its back and to inform us as soon as possible after receiving the shipment. Within 30 minutes of the delivery time stamp, this must be provided.
The live arrival guarantee is only valid during the shipping period and is null and void after you receive the animal.
Only the cost of the animal will be covered by the live arrival guarantee; the cost of shipping will not be covered. The buyer is responsible for the price of shipping replacement animals. yellow footed tortoise
The buyer is solely responsible for the animal’s well-being once it has been vetted and approved. Ranch Of Exotic Breeds shall not be held liable for any veterinary expenses spent by the buyer, as well as the animal’s upkeep and maintenance.