Corn Snake Eggs!

Another round for the corn snake. It has been a busy week so far with eggs and babies! Yet another addition to the already full incubator was this clutch of corn snake eggs. Corn Snakes make great pets and are perfect for beginners. They are not difficult to breed but we still get excited by new eggs!

The mother of these eggs is an Albino Okeetee and we believe the lucky father to be is a Motley variety. We’re not entirely sure how these babies will turn out but we will love them all the same!

16 Eggs!

16 Eggs!

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10 Responses to Corn Snake Eggs!

  1. Jordan April 4, 2009 at 5:05 pm #

    thats a lot of snakes

  2. tanya May 20, 2009 at 10:53 am #

    hi my corn snake has just laid eggs, what is the best way to look agter them, please thanks

    • Gary May 20, 2009 at 1:45 pm #

      Hi Tanya

      Get them into an incubator ASAP. In the mean time don’t let the eggs dry out so keep them in a box with some moist moss in the viv. Incubate them in a sealed box on vermiculite that has been soaked in water and drained. Ideally you would want this ready for when she lays so try and get it done quickly, or if you live near by give us a call and we may be able to help you with our big incubator

  3. charles June 15, 2009 at 9:07 pm #


  4. Cheryl June 18, 2009 at 5:56 am #

    We have 2 snow corns and she has had 2 clutches,the 1st liter i took to a hatchery,but this 2nd clutch i thought i would take a shot on trying to hatch them myself,i talked to the guy who has the first clutch and he told me how to do it but i live in a very small town and could not go get the vermiculite right away so i put them in moist potting soil and then transferred them in in the vermiculite today but the eggs look bigger than they did when i first discovered them,they still look white except for 1 and it has a little brown on it,should i just leave them alone and hope for the best and learn as i go?

    • Gary June 18, 2009 at 8:11 am #

      Hi Cheryl, if the eggs still look full and white I would leave them alone and see what happens. It’s very difficult for me to say they will definately be ok as I am unaware of how they are being incubated. Good luck, and let me know what happens!!!

  5. mark June 24, 2009 at 4:28 pm #

    I have 14 corn eggs at 82f. They are alI white stil but i have noticed slight shrivelling on the shells but the substrates are all moist. my tub has holes in the lid and sides could they b gettin 2 much air. can u give any info on my querie as i have never had snakes before and dont want to damage there first eggs. thankyou

    • Gary June 25, 2009 at 1:32 pm #

      Hi Mark, they could be drying out slightly. We incubate in a box with NO holes to keep the humidity it. It may be worth sealing those and adding a small amount of water to replace what you lost through the air holes.

  6. grant November 28, 2009 at 4:58 pm #

    hey dude can you email me at ***************
    i just need some help on setting up for corn snakes i will be getting in febuary next year i look forward to hearing from you in the future

  7. katie May 1, 2010 at 8:34 am #

    heey my name is katie my snake just layed eggs yesterday
    and she keeps hissing at me but she is not with the eggs does this mean i shuld put her on with the eggs or leave her as she is. also the eggs have go a bit wrinkly and we have put them in a tub read on a website to add water in into the tub but just spray a little bit on the eggs and the the the top of the tub. inside the tub we have wet soil it that wright or wrong? please wright back thanks.

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