I know there are as many answers to this as there are retic keepers, pretty much. I'm just curious what people feel is a proper feeding regimen both in terms of frequency and prey size if I want to raise a healthy snake. So not stunting or "keeping its size manageable", and not powerfed the way some are, to where it looks like someone wrapped an anaconda in retic hide. Currently my little female is about 40" give or take (she doesn't exactly hold still) and weighs 290g. When I got her she was a bit shorter and a lot lighter, she was very thin, I started out feeding her a couple adult mice but she's since moved up to small (50g-ish) rats, which are appropriate for her girth, and I've been feeding her every 5 days (with a 10 day stretch when she shed). Now that she's filled out a bit I'm planning on regular weekly feedings but I wanted some opinions on that. This isn't my first retic, but it has been about 15 years and I didn't keep records then anyway, I just fed whatever I had on hand when the snake was hungry. That process worked for me then, but I'm trying to do a bit less "winging it" this time around.