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Rheas in colder climates

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How do Rheas do in the colder climates? I am in Maine and would like to get some Rheas but I haven't heard much of anyone up this way with Rheas.
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Ryan
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Hi bi have rhea's. And it gets cold here in northwestern pa. They love the snow
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i am in central pa! do you happen to sell rhea hatching eggs? ive been interested in getting rheas for awhile. we have emus! but i was not going to buy rhea eggs from california ect shipping is to risky 

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 I don't have eggs.. but I'm sure u can get some.. there is a place called painted medows. she is in pa too and I got my birds from her..   or there is a place called tobias wildlife park its in hailfax pa.. I'm going there and picking up a gray girl.. wanted a white one but cant find one. and the lady I got my male from said he might have white babys because  her's do but mine is only a yr old so at least another yr before eggs.. they are fun pets.. they stay with my mini horse. and my potbelly pigs goes in pen too.. they don't bother them at all.. now that the female died he is by the horse more now..

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